About Research Booth
ResearchBooth.com was started in late May of 2006 with the simple desire to provide people with interesting, well researched, and useful articles. Just one of the many web sites I created with the purpose of being a great educational resource. Other sites include OnlineConversion.com and AcronymSearch.com, both of which are very hard work but also very emotionally rewarding.
The site was created and is run by a single person, but the articles you find here are written by many. For most of the articles, a visitor would have a question about a topic. I would then hire professional writers to research and write reports on that topic. It does get very expensive, but because we contract with the writers for many at a time, the price per page is fairly low.
Meet the Webmaster
Robert Fogt was born a very long time ago in a small U.S. town in Michigan called Royal Oak, and raised on a farm in Ohio. Though at a very young age my family moved to the big city of Seattle Washington where I eventually received the gift that would change my life forever. A Commodore 64.
After receiving my first computer I went from an farm boy to a geeky nerd over night. In fact I even joined the math team and science club. Eventually graduating college and getting to work with computers for a living in addition to a hobby.
I now live in Seattle Washington with my dog Sadie. Most work is done from a nice home office though occasionally from a laptop while I am on one of my many yearly vacations.