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Welcome to our new site. We believe that for many web sites, WordPress provides an optimal solution. It is almost infinitely customizable, with the ability to support just about any visual style you want to project. It is the easiest blog/CMS software for inexperienced business people to use. That means site owners can maintain their own sites without having to worry about learning HTML and other web technologies, or paying the design firm to continually update the site. And with the vast array of plugins available, we feel that it can accomplish just about any business goal.

That’s why we’ve decided to practice what we preach. Our new site uses WordPress, with a custom theme.

We have recently completed a few other sites using WordPress.

Adrian Ray

Sanders Misfits has a custom theme developed by us. employs a theme called Weaver.


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We recently completed a redesign of the Premium Pool Renovations web site. It's a state-of-the-art HTML5/CSS3 responsive design, which includes AJAX technology.

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Aug 8th, 2016 12:46am • No Comments

The "Internet" in 1977 LOL. Back then it was called ARPANET and it was a network of government and university computers, most of which were DEC PDP-11s, which were cheap and fast for their time. I have a PDP 11/34 and an 11/73 for sale BTW if any museums or historical preservation organizations are interested. If you look closely at the map, you can see points for UCLA, Stanford, MIT, NSA, the Pentagon, Eglin AFB, and Xerox PARC (no that's a MAXC not a MAC. :) )

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Oct 10th, 2014 1:03am • No Comments

WARNING: Don't ever use a Verizon email address as a username for any sensitive account information. Verizon will REASSIGN old email addresses to other people (probably a holdover from their ancient policy of reassigning phone numbers.)

The problem with this is that most companies that have on line accounts assume ONE EMAIL ADDRESS == ONE PERSON. While that is true at any given instant, it is not necessarily true over time, especially with Verizon.

What can happen (and it happened to us) is that the new owner of the email address can reset the password on your account and log in, accessing all of your personal account information. Fortunately the person that got one of our old email addresses called us to let us know. We were very lucky that they were honest and forthright, or it could have been much worse than it was.

You should check with your email provider (Gmail, Roadrunner, etc.) and see if they also have this policy. Post your findings here as a comment so that others are aware of which email providers do this and which ones maintain proper email address security.

Also, make sure that whenever you change email providers, that you update ALL of your accounts to remove the old email address, so you don't put your sensitive on line account information at risk.

Jul 7th, 2014 4:18pm • 2 Comments