I used to draw comics for a living for the longest time, and then one day I was
asked to both design and 'program' a website, and I promptly did so, and
discovered how much fun that was. But I wanted the tags to do the
work, and stumbled across this new thing called XML. This was way back 1999.
Later, I got 3 XML-patents regarding xml-behaviors, and formed a
company based on those, which is Naltabyte today. For us, the fluid
nature of xml means that web-solutions can be delivered tailormade,
something that would never be possible at such a low cost otherwise, and that
there are huge possibilities for various innovations that still remain standard-compatible and easy to understand for other
And with my background, the creative part is important. What we do has a lot to
do with dynamic interfaces, and the consulting we offer is about making things
go online with a minimum of fuss, that originally were'nt intended to go online
at all. And there, you really can't beat xml.