About gt House
In 1998, gt created a web site after discovering Netscape allowed him to save his Bookmarks as web-page files to decipher Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). The original gt House consisted of links with a smattering of downloaded graphics, distributing information to, well, everybody on the Web at the time. Soon, slade learned enough coding to integrate links into the presentation and developed the catchy acronym: Music ∙ Models ∙ Media. Not really an acronym, more of alliteranym. Either way, gt House began.
Realising many favourite artists had little or no web presence, the site remedied such oversights.
To this day, gt House have the most complete Linda Lewis information and coverage of artists like Dina Carroll, Jenny Morris and House musician Yazz, who merit far more space than a web search indicates. Not to mention the long-running Tasmin Archer pages.
Now Firefox and Safari have replaced Netscape, gtslade.org the URL, so friends and fans the world over can learn what slade is up to with minimal effort.
The links above are useful, educational, amusing or otherwise worth investigating.
and I am yours cordially,
Vladimir Tvletsky, Ph.K
University of Insularity & Metasticism
Bacau, Timor-Leste, August 2006