About MC Projects

MC is MC Brown, writer and technical expert. MC has been responsible for a number of websites and projects both directly and indirectly. Listed below are the names, URLs and short descriptions for all of the MCslp Projects currently available.

MCslp.com

MCslp.com provides a direct history and follow up information for the professional writing of MCslp. Here you will find information about the publication of recent articles and books, back up information (such as downloadable components), announcements and information about our other sites and projects and any professional details, such as exhibition or conference attendances.

The Writers Perspective

The Writers Perspective website is dedicated to looking at technology books and their authors from the perspective of a writer. The site includes reviews of technical books as well as interviews with the author, not only about the book content, but also about their other work, interests, and the processes that go into generating a complete book.

Laptop Solaris

Laptop Solaris is a blog looking at the use of Solaris (and OpenSolaris) on a Laptop. Using Solaris on the desktop and more specifically my laptop will enable me to cover many of the aspects of Solaris and help me make comparisons with my other main desktop platforms – Mac OS X, Gentoo Linux (running KDE) and Windows XP. I fully believe that with applications like StarOffice, Firefox, Thunderbird and others there should be little reasons why I can’t use Solaris as a main desktop, and portable, operating system.

MCslp Map Works

Google Maps and Google Earth – among other technologies – provide some amazing technology for building customized, map based, information websites. MCslp Map Works provides examples, help and guidance along the way for your Google Maps and Earth projects, along with How-To guides, news and other information.

Planet MCslp

Planet MCslp is an aggregation, or combination, of all the posts from all of the MCslp sites, and from blogs and sites that MCslp generate content for but which are not under direct control. For example, my blog at Computerworld . It serves no other purpose and generates no new content. If you would like to be kept aware of everything that MCslp are involved in without having to separately monitor or subscribe to all of the sites, then use Planet MCslp.