These young writers contribute on Sport, Comment columns, on Culture, IT and the Sciences. To date their articles were stored in a web presence format that required centralised daily uploading to retain 'currency' and Josh Hinds is hoping to find a way for each young writer to maintain “currency” for their own web CV.
Josh Hinds is a school chaplain on Queensland's Gold Coast and his wife Laura and her mum have developed a home based IT business of developing web sites, and Josh keeps in his hand in by helping out as necessary.
The process we're looking for is that once an article is published, the young writer can now upload their article onto their own web presence which acts as a CV compilation of their published writings. Not only this, they can now enhance it should they wish.
The benefit of all this new IT development is that each young writer now has their own web presence whose URL link they can send to anyone, anywhere in the world, and present a cashe of their published works. This is a major plus for any young writer.
Josh Hinds web design highlights a different painting of Tronson du Coudray in each section on the site. The Blog section has information on Tronson du Coudray's Art, and the web site is worth a visit to enjoy this art: www.pressserviceinternational.org
Well-Being Australia chairman Mark Tronson is delighted with the site. He submitted the site to supporter Mr Basil Sellers AM whose name emboldened the original Press Service International web site, seeking his positive response so as to include his name similarly on the new site.
Basil Sellers replied: “Josh has done a fine job. That is a good site! I am happy for you to use my name on the title.”