The new creed

Nicklin, Lenore
April 1998
Bulletin with Newsweek;04/28/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6120, p28
Profiles Chris O'Hanlon. The Internet Web site development company he started in Australia, Spike; His efforts to avoid being considered just the son of author Morris West; His early life; Work with film composer Bill Conti and producer George Martin; His career in music; Details on how his company works; Comments from O'Hanlon.


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