We've all had this happen: We do a simple search on the Internet and are presented with millions of possible places that supposedly could answer our need. Not all of the sites are ones you can trust, however. You are then left with the problem of where do you look for dependable information from a source you can trust.
Frankly, that's why I started Tips.Net. My name is Allen Wyatt, and that's me you see at the right, working at a computer. I've been actively involved in writing and the publishing industry for decades. (Go ahead—do a search for my name in Amazon and you'll get a sampling of the books I've written over the years.)
I'm intimately aware that not all information is of the same quality. In fact, it seems that many sources of information on the Internet are more interested in quantity than they are in quality. I wanted to create a site that focuses on quality information that answers a wide variety of needs. So, I launched Tips.Net and soon enlisted authors with a variety of skills and interests that could address topics of interest to both me and you.
You'll discover that Tips.Net is not just a single website, but an entire network of websites, each designed to bring you useful, helpful, and timely information that you can put to use right away. Some of the Tips.Net websites cover technical topics, but many of them are devoted to lifestyle issues—not from a moralistic or philosophical angle, but from a practical, hands-on perspective that allows you to find answers and (if you so desire) gain skills you can use over and over again. And, best of all, the information available on the websites is available for free.
Feel free to explore any of the Tips.Net websites. Navigation is easy using the drop-down tabs at the top of any page. Or, if you prefer, you can pick one of the topic areas below:
Tips.Net is owned by Sharon Parq Associates, Inc. Our address is:
Sharon Parq Associates, Inc.
PO Box 1187
Mountain View, WY 82939
Thanks for taking the time to learn more about Tips.Net. If you like what you see or (especially) if you have concerns about what you see, let us know. We'd love to hear from you!