SAF(NET) = STEPHEN A. FUQUA operating on the Web since 1995

Stephen is a web developer, Bahá'í, and interfaith activist in St. Paul, Minnesota. He likes to write about religion, social justice, sustainability, science, programming, &c.

July, 2008: At long last, Spirit of Glory: The Bahá'í Faith has been laid to rest. Created in 1997, and partially based on work that dated back to 1995, it was a pioneering (if I do say so myself) web site with all kinds of resources on the Bahá'í Faith. Alas, it had been outdated looking since 2000, and over the years many excellent Bahá'í web sites have come online, not least of which are the beautiful sites created by the Bahá'í International Community and the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States. If a new niche is found, then this site may one day return. No promises though.

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For my personal thoughts on the Bahá'í Faith, its meaning and relationship with the world at large, etc: search for tag "Bahá'í" on the blog.

-Stephen

rest in peace: 1997 - 2008

 

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Other sites managed or developed by S.A.F.

S.A.F. elsewhere on the web

  • LinkedIn
    LinkedIn can actually be useful when looking for prospective hires and business or organizational partners
  • GoodReads
    A fun and relatively-unknown social networking site geared towards one's book list
  • Live Journal
    Mirror of the blog at safnet.com, so that a few LJ friends can more easily read and comment there