After studying art and then working for a variety of businesses through the 1980s, I began training people to use computers and writing books about software and technology about 20 years ago. In 1992, I formed my own company, Limehat & Company (www.limehat.com), which provides training, graphic design, marketing, promotion, and web development services to organizations of all types and sizes. Since 1997, I've written and co-authored more than 30 nationally-published books on computers and software, and have created online classes for a variety of universities throughout the world. In the live classroom, I've been adjunct faculty at Temple University and currently teach at The Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (www.pcad.edu) and The Digital Workshop (www.thedigitalworkshop.com).
As for my real life (not related to work), I met my husband, Robert Fuller, in 1995, and we were married in 2003. We moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 2004, and live in a 130+ year-old Victorian house with our three cats, Calvin, Daisy, and Willow. I'm active in politics and in environmental activism, donating my time and services to progressive non-profit organizations.