We've been on the internet for a really long time, and
time we've created tons of pages, for the web, for forums, for
newsgroups, and even for some pre-web bulletin boards. Our very first
web presence was established as a primary school project in 1992, with
the help of an uncle who worked for Signetics. Using the company's web
space we created "The Fox Page" at http://signetics.com/homes/~jwilliamson/foxes.html,
the first website entirely about foxes, with information, pictures and
artwork. Some day, if we can find it, we may upload the original site
as a special project.
Our various net projects evolved and grew over the years
the point where we had a hard time keeping track of them. Planet Fox is
now the central repository for all of our work, from the earliest
Usenet articles to the latest web pages. In these pages you'll find a
wealth of information on a wide variety of topics. Our goal is to make
the web a little better by bringing you a site that took actual work
and personal attention to create. We hope that you enjoy reading it as
much as we have enjoyed creating it.
Who We Are
The Planet Fox portfolio is almost entirely the work of
Kaye Fox and Matthew David Grall, with occasional contributions from
third parties where noted. We are now doing programming, artwork, and
web design on commission. If you'd like to hire us for a project,
please contact us.
Everything on this website, including graphics,
code, and documents is copyright
1988-2014 Planet Fox unless noted otherwise and may not be reproduced
track users. Any information gathered from a user's browsing habits are
limited to what pages are loaded from this
website only by unique users.