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Neolography

It's just a neologism.

It's meant to mean "new writing".

It's meant to indicate my interest in history & palaeography, which is "old writing".

It's meant to suggest that the internet comes from somewhere. It's a part of a continuum that reaches back, far past Gutenberg, to the very begining of written text. None of the ancient principles of rhetoric are obsolete. "The past is never dead. It's not even past."

This is the web page of Jon Crump. Neolography.com is meant to be a home for some of the things that I do:

Freelance Web Design Portfolio
Here are some of the pages I've built for people. There are plenty of templates out there, and top to bottom development tools, and content management systems. The advantage of the freelance is that I build web sites by hand, from scratch, and with your content in mind. I'll take the time to get interested in what you're doing so that your web site can reflect your unique vision.
The Itinerary of King John & the Rotuli Litterarum Patentium
This ongoing research project presents the scanned full text of this foundational source material along with a dynamic timeline of John's movements throughout his seventeen year reign.
PRO Manuscript SC 1/11/58
A Letter from Llywelyn ab Iorwerth, Prince of Wales to Stephen de Segrave, co-regent for King Henry III of England, during the summer of 1230. This was a project in palaeography from some years ago. It's hosted elsewhere (World Wide Web Virtual Library), and is not easy to update, which is why its design looks so long in the tooth.
Other historical resources
I teach history courses, mainly in Medieval European subjects, Western Civilizations, and World History. From time to time I have made select historical resources available to my students on line. Poking around in here, you may find old syllabuses for courses I've taught. These are not maintained, and contain broken links.