The name Stickman Productions arose from the cruel and
inhumane treatment of Jim Wilson while working over the
summers at Six Flags over Mid-America. Certain
individuals found it humorous to make fun of others weight or lack thereof, and so Jim was
given the name stickman. When Jim Wilson found another
sticklady (aka Dana Wilfong) they quickly became known as the "Stick Family."
Stickman Productions is a company created by Jim Wilson and Dana Wilfong through
which we will build and maintain various web sites. Currently, there are two web sites
created by Stickman Productions. These are PC-Help Online and
Slackers Extreme. Both of these websites were created while we were attending college and
should give you some idea of how we have progressed.
Slackers Extreme was the first web site to be created
by Stickman Productions. It was created to represent the slackers of our generation, and
was inspired by a small group of Jim and his friends as young slackers at work. It
actually turned out to be a great place to visit if you were looking for odd and really
cool links on the internet. This was where Jim taught himself HTML code and how to put
together a web page.
As a computer engineering student and the girlfriend
of a computer engineering student, we noticed that we were getting a lot of requests from
friends, neighbors, and acquaintances for computer assistance. PC-Help Online was created
as we noticed a need on the internet for a centralized location where people could solve
their own computer problems. What began as a list of computer companies has evolved into
the site you see now as PC-Help Online.
Jim Wilson is the guy with the computer skills and is
wholly responsible for building PC-Help Online and Slackers Extreme. Jim and Dana have
been dating for nearly eight years and so some of what you see here has been a
collaborative mixing of ideas. To learn more about us as individuals, see our individual
pages, which include our individual resumes and plans.
A Special Thanks
The making of PC-Help Online would not have been
possible without the help of a few good friends. We would like to thank Jay Saunders, a computer programmer and
entrepreneur, for all of his advice and for creating dB Web Builder & dB Page Builder, which will be of immense
help in organizing all of this information. We would also like to thank Farid Nedjam, a
graphic artist, for the PC-Help logo. And finally thanks to Rich and Nancy Wilfong and Dan
Ward for being the most frequent visitors to the site as it was being built.
Copyright © 1996-1998 [Stickman Productions]. All rights reserved.
Revised: August 25, 1998.