May 1, 2004
In July 1994, NAILS’ Internet correspondent Debbie Doerrlamm launched the nail industry in to the computer age by creating a message board for nail techs on America Online.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
March 1, 2004
One of the nicest things about BeautyTech.com’s NailTech mailing list is that after a tough day at work, you can log on and vent your problems to hundreds of sympathetic colleagues.
March 1, 2003
Our gal on the web talks about using Instant Messaging, Chat Groups, and an email list to stay in good touch with other techs.
November 1, 2000
I recently attended the Premiere Beauty Show in Orlando, Fla., where I attended the first annual NailTech Internet Breakfast.
July 1, 1997
Our cyber-corrrespondent gives us a roundup of what's been going on online this month.
March 1, 1997
Greetings from the Internet! Nail-related activities and information have been growing on the Internet at a phenomenal rate. Here’s a quick survey of what’s been going on in cyberspace when it comes to the keyword nails.
January 1, 1997
There's been lots going on online this month and our favorite online correspondent fills us in.
November 1, 1996
What does “surfing the ‘net”mean? What is that “dot com”thing?
October 1, 1996
Debbie Doerrlamm was the first nail technician to establish a commercial site for nail technicians on the Web.
November 1, 1994
NAILS reader Debbie Doerrlamm has created an area on America Online where nail technicians who subscribe to the service can share ideas and information and get to know each other.
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