O’Reilly MySQL CE 2011: David Holoboff, “The Art of Data Visualization”
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Sir David at his very best – To honor the 85-year-old national treasure who just concluded narrating his final series on the BBC, a UK ad agency mashed up footage from his BBC shows with his spoken-word recording of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World.” You can find it on the BBC website. This is the best quality version available outside the UK and Ireland. originally uploaded by the BBC on Dec 7, 2011. Original description: www.bbc.co.uk A celebration of Natural History on BBC One with David Attenborough (UK & Ireland only). Advertising Agency: RKCR/Y&R, UK Executive Creative Director: Mark Roalfe Creatives: Ted Heath, Paul Angus Business Directors: Jo Bacon, Holly Smith Account Director: Josh Harris Copyright Disclaimer: Under the Copyright Act, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Track #4 The Spirit of Excalibur by Diane & David Arkenstone (Enaid) from their album, Avalon – A Celtic Legend. Wallpaper: Ghost ship series – Full Moon Rising, by George Grie (neosurrealismart.com)
question! Once you found out he was sentenced a pedophile. You could watch his videos?
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Mine Craft – Bannato since Google AdSense Il Capobastone, è stato dal programma bannato Google AdSense! Il motivo e ‘lo stesso con cui vengono bannati migliaia Tues persone “, do not click Validate. Click che ovviamente, non ha mai fatto lui. Se un Pazzo clicca su un giorno 50 volte al tuo sito del banner, dopo una settimana può farti CHIUDE! PuO ‘un sistema evoluto not come GoogleAds accorgersi Tues queste cose? PuO un portale che avere Tues Vanta i migliori del mondo programmatori non essere in grado Tues creare uno script che blocchi I on fraudolenti provenienti da terzi? Sito ufficiale: htcobra.altervista.org FORUM www.minecraftexpert.it Fans page SU FACEBOOK [non GESTITA DA ME] www.facebook.com [GUARDALO IN A HD 720P, oppure TI CLICCO SUL BANNER 50 Volt E TI Faccio L’CHIUDE ACCOUNT ] BUONA VISION!
GettingStartedOnTheInternet.com – David Cavanagh shows the basics of how to build a website with Frontpage. David is an Internet marketing coach and mentor, and travels the World teaching people how to make money on the Internet.
Here at Site5, we’re not very shy about craving feedback from our customers. We thrive on it because that’s how we know where we can improve as a company, where we’re excelling, and what our customers are thinking and needing.
David Carroll of softRealty.com recently submitted an awesome candid review, and we wanted to share it in its entirety.
This is a review about the amazing support and quality of service I’ve received from Site5 as a hosting company. I want to share my experience for others who were in the same boat as me getting started with a hosting reseller plan for the first time.
I own a real estate software company called softRealty.com and we recently had a need to provide hosting for many of our real estate clients. We traditionally host our own application servers across several managed data centers. However, we thought we’d experiment with utilizing a hosting company to help us manage client hosting.
We researched dozens of top rated hosting companies and narrowed our search down to Host Gator, Host Clear, and Site5. We picked these companies because they offered the best reseller pricing arrangements to allow us to provide the lowest costs to our own clients.
On paper, these 3 hosting companies looked almost identical. Host Gator had the most endorsements from other companies and good overall reputation. Host Clear had the best pricing options with more storage/bandwidth for less monthly costs. Site5 was an unknown for us, but had comparable pricing.
For all 3 hosts, I had questions about certain features, support quality, and other things that weren’t clear on their websites. Some hosts had their own custom control panel and it wasn’t clear if that was a good thing or bad thing. I had questions about shared IPs, effort to upgrade to dedicated servers, whether or not mod_rewrite on Apache servers were enabled, and several other questions.
I began researching reviews regarding these companies and found myself more confused. There were a mixture of reviews spanning from amazing to horrible for Host Gator and Host Clear. Site5 had the least number of good / bad reviews in general. However, they had some bad reviews that caused concern for me. Bad reviews for all hosts pointed to poor support, billing issues, and the fine print in terms of service limits.
I truly was at an impasse and decided to test the sales / support of all 3 services. I used the online chat for all three because my expectation of phone support was pretty low. My experience with Host Gator and Host Clear were disappointing. The reps I chatted with were not knowledgeable and answered questions based on scripted responses. They eventually got around to providing some answers. However, I can see where some people had bad support experiences.
I expected much less from Site5. However, to my surprise, I used the Chat link on http://www.site5.com/contact/livechat/ and spoke to very competent people about all the features. The chat was very informative. In fact, the sales person went so far to provide suggestions to specific scenarios I was exploring. I was so impressed with the sales chat, I was ready to purchase my first month. They explained I would also receive my first month free. I didn’t realize this, so the decision to try them out was a no brainer.
Throughout the process of setting up several test accounts and email accounts, I ran into problems with configurations. Every time I need help, the support chat has been phenomenal. Each support person has a picture, first and last name, and a bio. They show tremendous patience, knowledge, and go beyond the call of duty with providing support. For example, I was setting up a WordPress 3.0.1 multisite using subdomain settings. Several support techs were able to log into WordPress and review all settings even though, Site5 does not provide support for 3rd party apps. Over the course of a week, I’ve learned more about reseller hosting, DNS records, email configurations, and so much more from this great staff of support reps.
I cannot say enough good things about Site5. They are professional, knowledgeable, patient, and helpful. I hope this review helps others in their quest to review hosting options.