First, your name is backwards: for Mozart, it was W(olfgang) Amadeus. If it was good enough for him ....
Second, I formerly worked for a company called Ingenuity, a subsidiary of Verizon, which allowed us to go bankrupt. They, too, wanted to distinguish their creativity with the name. The company sold dark fiber optic cable; nothing ingenious about that, and the only creativity I saw was in some of the sales forecasts!
I have looked at your site. First, I concur completely in your admiration of Rick Conner's work. He, and the late Michael Fultz, were among early writers on fountain pens, and their contributions are missed.
I live in Texas - have for 25 years - and reside in a town about halfway between DFW Airport and Fort Worth. There is an expression used hereabouts: Big Hat, No Cattle. It means that the individual being so described often has a grander image of himself than his knowledge warrants. There are, however, some good writers around - I enjoy Tom Westerich and David Nishimura especially.
Some of your efforts are redundant (see, e.g., John Mottishaw at nibs.com describe the components of a fountain pen). I do NOT think that repetitive is a bad thing - sometimes a nuance can open way to a new understanding. The choice of words can, too. I would encourage you to share your knowledge, please. Too many of today's "experts" play "me to know, you to find out." In my eyes, it diminishes them, and doesn't help those who need it.
Keep up your efforts. I'll look for them.