Corruption and short-termism are pushing us along the path of sorrows. Via Dolorosa.
Chris Webster lives and works in Beijing, China. He has a love of art, music, reading, communing with nature, travel, looking at the stars and yoga. He likes to think he is environmentally and politically aware and is strongly of the opinion that modern capitalist life is taking us all to hell in a handcart. He works primarily as a System Administrator but tends to get involved in all things of a computer nature including user training and Intranet development at the organisation to which he is currently attached.
Satellite360 is a personal collection of thoughts, quotations and extracts accumulated over a number of years from books and other reading matter. The site has grown out of a passion for reading literature and philosophy. The single facet that all items in the collection share is a certain resonance. Hopefully you will enjoy your visit and find something here which resonates with you too.
Satellite360 is written in valid XHTML Strict with Cascading Style Sheets and is delivered using Textpattern, an open source Content Management System. All development was carried out on a PC running Ubuntu, an open source Linux-based operating system. It is hoped that you find Satellite360 both accessible and well-designed. The site has been developed in compliance with the Web standards outlined by the World Wide Web Consortium.