About Right Point Web
Right Point Web is a broad-based independent Internet publisher that provides provocative and timely articles for a general audience. Topic areas include, but are not limited to: Web design and social networking, cultural and historical contrasts and evaluations, children's stories, and sports, particularly the cultural aspects of baseball and golf.
The medium does not attempt to provide timely news, but may address current events with articles that we hope can be viewed as timeless. Our number one priority is to make any contact you have with Right Point Web whether as an author, an editor, a contributor, or a reader an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
What sets us apart from other publishers? We are owned and managed by publishers, not financial investors or large corporations. We are not influenced by short-term financial results. We offer global publishing on a small scale — small enough for individual authors, editors, and colleagues to influence our direction.
We welcome you to Right Point Web Publishing and invite you to explore our Web site. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal Message to Customers:
Right Point Web does not pretend to be all things to all people. Our goal is to present our views and respect the fact that you may disagree. Whether you agree or not we hope that you will enjoy our selection of writings.
We at Right Point Web aspire to be a contributing factor in helping our readers experience arguments from different sides a variety of points of view.
William F. Szczepanek (Bill Szczepanek @billszcz)
William F. Szczepanek is the Executive Editor of Right Point Web.
Bill is currently the creator and producer
of the Golden Age of Baseball Cards, an online treatise of the
era when baseball cards were a cultural phenomenon.
Before starting Right Point Web, LLC Bill Szczepanek
was Vice President of Client Services for
ADP – Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and prior to that
was a consultant and systems development manager for the
Communication Resource Center of Mercer Human Resources
Bill has specialized in developing online content. He has lived in the Chicago and
Phoenix areas and has worked with Fortune 500 companies across
the United States. He is also a writer, consultant, and
contributing editor of the Web inSite Journal, an online
collection of articles related to Web Design that focus on
Bill has specialized in developing online content. He has lived in the Chicago and Phoenix areas and has worked with Fortune 500 companies across the United States. He is also a writer, consultant, and contributing editor of the Web inSite Journal, an online collection of articles related to Web Design that focus on customer needs.
"Providing multiple points of view in an unbiased fashion is not rocket science… sometimes it just seems harder."