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Every systems analyst knows that there are many people who cannot properly articulate what they want in a computer system. That's because they really don't know. This was especially true for Gene Louis as he was trying to find someone to help him build this companion website to the book.  

After (seemingly) looking at every web site on the planet without finding a style that he liked, he attempted to build his own web site without any patterns. It was a failure.

So he asked an illustrator to help him design the site that he wanted from scratch. With the help of this illustrator, Gene was able to learn enough about web building to use an elementary web design program. When combined with the suggestions of the illustrator, Gene finally  began to see a site that resembled his initial vision. Hence, you are able to experience this Citizen Control web site .

The name of this illustrator is:

Guru Subrahmanyam        

As soon as we can persuade him to send a digital photo of himself, it will be posted here.

There might other contributors posted here from time to time, but Guru  was responsible for the tipping point that made it seem that everything was possible.