Authored by: Thomas Prendergast
Published March 25, 2001
By: Inetekk.com, Inc.
Patent Pending and all copyrights Inetekk.com, Inc. 2001
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Thomas Prendergast has been in marketing his entire adult life. He is an
accomplished and world famous illustrator and designer. He has been running
Inetekk.com for over 5 years with 5,000+ subscribers to his systems.
He has been a full time Internet marketer since 1992 and has helped thousands
of people start their own Internet businesses. He is known in the Industry as an
Internet genius, The Bomb by his friends and a major threat by his competitors.
He resides in Del Mar, CA with his wife, Teresa, his daughter, Taylor, and his
All of the referenced materials in the following section of this book are courtesy of the originating
authors of those chapters. Not all of their concepts, practices, suggestions, theories and
instruction follow with what I have learned from the Internet, but do go far to illustrate what I am
about to reveal to you. TP
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I have been on the Internet since before Al Gore. In 1982 I set up my first Bulletin Board System with a CPM (Before Dos) computer. My Dad was the only one who used it and we were able to communicate with each other from a long distance using our modems. It was a big distraction, hard to do and I dropped the whole project after about a month.
But, before I get into the technical part of where I came from, I think you need to understand how I even arrived to a point of having computers invade my life long before they invaded the rest of the civilized world.
As a young child it became apparent I had a gift to create, draw, paint and
illustrate. My 5th grade teacher even brought me home one day, to inform my
parents that they had a child prot\u00e9g\u00e9 on their hands. My Dad was horrified by the
thought and made it a point to often tell me the world was filled with starving
artists. Thank God, I also loved academic pursuits and did well in math, science,
history etc., but my passion was the arts. By the time I was a young adult, I was
making a decent income as a self employed artist and used this income to go to
what little school I did manage to finish.
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