[UPDATE April 27, 2015: My personal web site is no longer created and maintained with Microsoft Word, and the web site I built for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. no longer exists online.]
Some have asked, how did I create my personal web site?
I created and maintain both my personal web site and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. websites using Microsoft Word.
For web site design, Word has limited functionality, can crash during editing, and produces verbose code. However, once I got used to its quirks, I found it convenient for quickly assembling web pages with a lot of tables. Yes, I've heard that tables are now out of style, but they work and I'm able to generate them quickly in Word.
At work and in previous moonlighting jobs, I've "hand coded" HTML and Perl code for web sites using Notepad and UltraEdit on the Windows OS, BBEdit on the Mac OS, and vi on Unix.
If you're wondering how this site was built, it was built using Blogger, on online service that makes building Blogs relatively easy (with some easy customization as long as you know your HTML tags). Just go to http://www.blogger.com and sign up for an account to get your very own blog started.