A little history...

Before the World Wide Web became popular, and before the Internet became accessible to the general public, the most popular form of online communications were computer Bulletin Board Systems (BBS). This is in fact where terms like "online", "cyber", and many other terms you hear related to the World Wide Web became popular. (AOL is actually a huge BBS system, that eventually added internet access!) Bulletin Boards started out as basic text driven message areas, and soon expanded to include file download areas, chat, games, and eventually mouse driven graphics. They also served as the main link corporations had to offer support online.

Our involvement....

We've been involved with the design and programming of such systems through their entire development, way before the Web was accessible to the public. (In fact, many of the "new" features that are being added to the Web each day, all started on BBS's!) We eventually migrated to the Web as it replaced BBS's.

Our "edge"...

Since we have been involved with online communications that serve the public for so long, we know what callers respond to, how to correctly program pages, and we have experience with the graphical design aspect of it all as well. We also know what it takes to design the correct "delivery system" - the computers and connections needed to make all this work effectively. Most Web Designers, Hosting Systems, and so called Web "experts" have been in business for only a few years. We've been at this far longer.

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