Well, I can't find the other website, but I stumbled onto an even better example of how Mimi Rothschild is using the internet.
Here is a brief snypapse to get the idea of how the web is the being used by these people who are so concerned about teaching children:
"Mimi Rothschild contacted our advertising manager last week “seeking to run a large ad campaign in Home Education Magazine.” Knowing our lengthy
history with this individual – her last contentious email and phone call were in February – our advertising manager contacted us and asked if we
wanted to run her advertisements. We said no, we did not want her advertising in our magazine, for reasons which can be readily identified through our
past communications with Mimi and her multiple dbas and aliases.
True to form, when we said no, Mimi called our advertising manager, Barb Lundgren, “…to try to persuade her to intercede and impress her with the
Rothchild plan of spending big and overwhelming the homeschool market with K-12 options…” (Barb’s phrasing). Barb explained her concern about
Mimi’s plan: “She says she’s just spent $28,000 with The Link, $20,000 with Homeschool Today and lots more with websites and other publications
in her broad commitment to completely and effectively take over the homeschool market. She detailed this not in an egotistic way, but in a simple
business strategy way.”
Well… From what we’ve seen, Mimi Rothschild has been working in this direction for many years. Two years ago an incomplete listing of her
multitudinous websites included: thegraceacademy.org, christianhomeschoolers.info, familyhomeschooling.com, helpforhomeschooling.com,
homeschoolercentral.com, homeschoolersworld.com, homeschoolinganswers.com, homeschoolingdepot.com, homeschoolingforchrist.com, homeschoolingguide.org,
homeschoolinghome.com, homeschoolinginfo.org, homeschoolingkids.org, homeschoolinglinks.net, homeschoolingmadeeasy.com, homeschoolingpro.org,
homeschoolingreading.com, homeschoolingzone.com, homeschoooling.com, newversion.org, radiograce.com, radiograce.net, radiograce.org,
thenarniaacademy.com, thenarniaacademy.net, thenarniaacademy.org, "
(please notice how the Narnia (huh?) Academy is listed as a .com, .org, & .com) How can someone handle this many websites? Let alone pay for them?
Keep in mind that this is just 1/4 of the websites she owns devoted to home schooling. Please visit the website for the extensive list.
I also found this to be a significant quote from the author of this site:
"By anyone’s standards, that’s a pretty serious penchant for domain names. If anyone doubts the veracity of any of the above URLs, here’s where
to check them out. It doesn’t take long to determine that most of these sites are simply link farms to each other, creating a virus-like network of
carefully inbred efforts. Link collections and “resource listings” within the sites appear impressive at first glance, but almost all of them also
go back to Mimi’s own sites."
Almost all of Mimi’s sites include a link to her rather impressive Curriculum Vitae, which touts her as a “27 years successful veteran providing
fiscal, strategic and operational leadership in education, technology and manufacturing.” The site lists her as having authored seven books and over
500 articles; a CEO several times over; founder of multiple academies; Recipient of Small Business Innovation Research Award; developed the largest
cyber charter school serving K-12 students in the world; a sculptor who’s provided sculpting and design services to Walt Disney,"
Narnia, now Disney again?
:As strange as it may seem, there are very few clues left scattered around the Internet, but years of dealing with Mimi have given me a collection of
information about her which has not yet been successfully purged (brace yourself for this little tour):
American Homeschool Association’s News Blog:
Is There a Lawyer in the House?
This is, in large part, an overblown reaction to a post by our old friend Daryl Cobranchi at his own blog, Cobranchi.com. There are some pretty
interesting comments at that blog, well worth clicking over and reading a few. Also interesting are the email exchanges between Daryl and Mimi, which
Daryl generously shares for everyone’s elucidation in this post.
[An aside: As a result of the illuminating exchange between them, Mimi bought up the domain names cobranchi.net, cobranchi.info, and cobranchi.org -
to what purpose is anyone's guess.]"
Even though it isn't the original information I was searching for, it is very strong evidence in relation to how Summerstars & Summer Stars are most
likely creations by the same sculptors. The evidence loudly demonstrates how they use the Internet & interchange names & domains. I encourage everyone
to visit the website & read the author's words. She seems genuinely concerned & frightened about Mimi Rothschild's true agenda.