Curriculum Vitae of David Notestine
November 1997 – Present
CEO, Owner, Marketer, Web site Designer, Developer and Chief Design Engineer
Developer of the Zeus Internet
Marketing Robot. Programmed the Zeus application and constructed the online shop, secure pages and numerous CGI scripts.
Basic 6, Visual C, Perl, CGI, Frontpage, various email, ftp, http
browser and system controls, MySQL, PHP, TCP/IP, Windows API. Operating
systems: Unix, NT4, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 95 and msdos.
Apache and NT servers.
Currently 8,000,000 hits monthly.
November 2000 – Present
To attain the goal of the original creators of the
Internet, by hyper-linking the knowledge of mankind together through
highly organized Vertical-Themed Link Directories and making that
knowledge freely and easily available to everyone.
April 1999 – Present
Webmaster, Script and Development
Toolady.com site was a beta test site
for the Zeus robot. Setup the basic infra-structure and wrote or edited
the over 40 CGI scripts that helped to create the success of this
outstanding web site. Toolady.com is currently at 4,000,000 hits monthly
and the largest, most active Avian / Parrot web site in the world.
December 1998 – February 2007
Webmaster, Marketer, Web site
Designer, Script and Development Manager
Crownejewels.com was the web site for
the 35 Crown Jewels stores and also became one of the beta test sites
for the Zeus robot. Setup of the infra-structure, web site design and
I wrote or edited the over 60 CGI scripts that helped to create the
success of this outstanding web site. This web site was sold, for a healthy amount, in 2007.
September 1989 - February 2007
Crown Jewels was a jewelry
business which grew in sales from $8,000, its first year, to sales of
$600,000 in 2001.
September 1983 – September 1989
I founded this holding company, which
owned marketing, land development, entertainment and publishing
companies. Our annual revenues were in excess of twenty million
I also wrote the financial projection
and operational software for PMI Holdings which was a holding company
of hi-tech marketing companies.
In the 1980's:
Setup and consulted on various
micro-computer retail stores for Zenith Data Systems. I worked in
wholesale microcomputer distribution, training management, sales and
I founded and managed First Capitol
Distributing Company, Distributor for Zenith Data System computers.
This company became ZDS's largest wholesale distributor in the world.
Founded and setup First Laser Systems
interfacing lasers to micro-processors.
Interfaced the first electronic
Kronos time-clock and wrote the software for one of the first
computerized payroll and time accounting systems.
I was Instrumental in founding the
Tele-robotics industry by founding and managing Tele-Sel, a developer
of hi-tech robotic hardware and software utilizing the phone lines. We
developed the first working automatic dialing machine.
In the 1970's:
I built the first micro-computer in
the state of Texas utilizing the 4004 chip.
I continued my studies with
programming, digital electronics and micro-processor design with Heath
For over 2 years, I served as the
Texas State Educational Technical Advisor for micro-computers. I setup
state vocational, high school and college curriculum pertaining to
micro-computers and state-of-the-art electronics.
I wrote the first Computer
Assisted Instructional course for micro-computers - Basic
Programming, marketed by Software Toolworks.
Wrote the Slip instructional language
Designed Input/Output hardware card
for Heath H8 micro-computer.