Well, we’re still here. We have remained us. The lobotomy didn’t take. We’re officially back in the lab tinkering with dangerous chemicals and fissionable material. Despite all of the best counsel from all the best people, we’ve decided that we’ll be relaunching this web site (and sort of this company) in May of this year.
The love and struggle of all who came before us, of all those whose lives and existence led to us being, has led us here. In this moment. Do we linger? Do we progress? Which way to do we go? To remain or to become?
There isn’t a lot to report. We’re in the early stages of setting up complete overhauls of all of the web sites which we host, representing re-builds from the ground up. Needless to say, this will take time. Since our resource are limited, we’ll likely roll out these web sites one at a time. We’re… Continue reading New Beginnings
We’ve had next to no extra time to catch up on anything, much less deal with our Windhaven Network projects. We expect that to change in 2017. We now have fish-net stockings, and we’re not afraid to use them.
Some of you may have noticed that we haven’t updated this web site in some time. For the most part, that is because we no longer offer individual services for contract. We do have many things going on, but all of our projects are currently in the early stages of development cycles.
I know I’ve been slack on the web site. As most of Windhaven Network’s clients know full well, I am mostly interested in dealing with my clients on a personal basis, seeing to their needs and making sure they’re getting the services they’re paying for. As such, I’ve kind of let this web site suffer.
Ubuntu LogoLong time customers may have noticed a few delays in the implementation of new services and updates to their web sites. There’s a reason for this. I’m calling that reason Linux. Or Ubuntu Linux, if you want to get technical about it.
We’re pleased to announce, in a very general sense, an ambitious project for 2014, for which Windhaven Network will provide infrastructure, analysis and implementation. It’s being called “The Fifth Circle Initiative” because of its subject matter (which we’re not at liberty to discuss in detail at the present).
While recently helping a client put together some merchandising, we wound up on the subject of CD singles versus download cards. He’d heard of download cards and wondered if they might be more cost effective. So I looked over some of the options out there…
We’ve recently completed an upgrade to the memory on our server. The most noticeable difference this will make to clients is that you’ll immediately find the occasional glitches diminishing. Overall, this should make the server much more stable.