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Hive Minds Hosting is borne.

The last hosting incident lead me to something I did not think I would really ever do. What that might be you are asking? Something that guarantees me that my web sites will remain always up and free of charge. I started my own hosting company – HiveMindsHosting.com. At the moment I am still in the process of setting up hosting plans, then I have to decide on prices, followed by developing a nice and interactive web site. I still have to do few other things, like signing up for financial accounts and setting up an order processing system. I have been working on this on and off for the last few days. It is an involved project. Not as easy as one might think, but yet pleasing and rewarding in the end



Do not worry! I am not hosting it from my home computer. It is in conjunction with a data center. So, features and up time are guaranteed, support is guaranteed and low prices are guaranteed. Yes, I will be offering affordable, feature rich plans for everyone. From those with personal sites, who do not want to spend a whole lot for a host, to those in need of affordable and flexible host for their business/large web site.

If you are looking for a host, visit HiveMindsHosting.com in a week or two, and look through the plans. At the moment I am going to offer only Linux based hosting. I might offer Windows based hosting in the future. It depends on the demand for it, but it will cost more.

Success is all around :)

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  1. Yeah, it should be a great site, cuz you're always on the computer!!!! :P

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  2. Thanks baby.

    I am working on making it such. It is taking me all that time, as you know, because I am also learning a new programming language and tweaking all the looks and content.

    By January 2006, it will be up and running. Woo Hoo

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