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webmistress

Webmistress

Used in some circles to indicate a female Webmaster. Sometimes, "Webperson" is used, but "Webmaster" is the predominant term. See Webmaster.
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"In doing the Web site I found that everyone wanted to send Gillian something and they want to get back a photo," said Schmidt, who previously served as NF Webmistress. "I figured she probably had so many gifts from birthdays and other things that she would probably rather have her fans donate to her charity in her name.
"Our Webmistress courses recognise that women are playing significant roles within the IT sector and this is set to rise dramatically overtime "The Webmistress courses do not differ in content from the Webmaster courses - just reflect the realities that women are making significant impacts on the internet.
Brittany Andrews, Webmistress of BrittanyAndrews.net and founder of Britco Pictures, says her site attracts more than 11,600 visitors daily.
Geared to 33,000 medical terms, "it is as user-friendly to the patient as the doctor," says Celia Boyer, HON's webmistress. A patient may type in the common names of "asthma," "arthritis," 'breast cancer," or "transplantation" and be offered precise medical terms to gradually refine their search to reach images and full descriptions on a specific disease, its therapy, active support groups, recent communications, news stories and frequently asked questions.
Why not join webmistress Trish at the Anti-Valentine's Day Page, www.netreach.net/trishy/vday.html, for a good old moan about this over-hyped holiday, as well as links to many other "Violent Times Day" sites.