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Teen gay activist heads own Web business

JARED LAZARUS/MIAMI HERALD STAFF ON THE NETWORK: Web designer, gay activist and high school student Joshua Delsman talks with Amanda Rethemeyer at a gay youth group meeting.
BY STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@MiamiHerald.com

Boston businesswoman Colleen Morneweck's website was a mess until she called upon Joshua Delsman, a Broward Web designer with a growing company called Voxxit.

''He waved his magic wand and made everything run smoothly,'' said Morneweck, an attorney and new mom who began an online business selling hair bows for babies. ``What we ended up with was way better than I could ever hope for.''

Started in December 2004, Voxxit now has about 50 clients and generates more than $100,000 a year in revenue.

Voxxit is run out of Josh's bedroom in his parents' home in Plantation.

Josh is 17.

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