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This K-Net service had its humble beginnings back in 1998 when Dan Pellerin introduced a site for individuals to start creating their own web site. Young people atttending First Nation schools, who were the primary K-Net target audience, quickly learned how to use the available tools to produce simple pages sharing information about themselves.
Today, Jesse Fiddler, K-Net's Multi-media Manager, has taken on the task of maintaining and developing this resource. Additional open source html production tools are being identified and added to the myknet.org toolkit. Many of the individuals producing and maintaining their own sites are using a variety of on-line services to create their own on-line environment that defines who they are.
Do check out myknet.org to see the latest changes to the sites, search for a friend's site or to see the most popular sites and the efforts of others to surpass Angie Morris' visits (early on when the hits countered was introduced, Angie figured out how not to reset the hits counter everytime she updated her page so she had an advance on everyone else).