|WHO WE ARE|
It may suprise you to know that we are a pretty diverse bunch of guys and gals. We like each other, we get along and we respect each other's talents. Each of us wrote a bio. So expect some exaggerations, self-effacing humor and irony.
I was always fascinated with mechanical and electrical things, phones, wiring and now Internet, a challenging and demanding service, constantly evolving.
Yet we use simple techniques applied in those days to what we do now to provide you with editable website hosting, email accounts and device/mobile access.
Dimitri RimskyThis is an early picture, I was wide eyed and innocent then but it didn't last long. A few years after this was taken I began school, 12 years later they let me out. I moved on to the coffehouse circuit interspersed with brief visits to the Southern Conn. cafeteria to catch up on classes. Pretty soon the lure of the street called me and I hit the hippie highway. After various adventures (you can use your imagination here) I returned to my ancestral home, a converted carriage house in Washington, CT. My Father was an artist, Russian obviously, my mother was a nice Brooklyn girl (its a long story). I became a house painter (Smokey Hollow Enterprises), then an entertainment agent (The Savoy Agency) for about 10 yrs, then a mime (Petaluers LTD) for 12 yrs, then a graphic designer (9yrs), and now I design web sites.
John WaiverisKids used to ask me what I wanted to become when I grew up. I always said things like "fireman" or "race car driver". You know, exciting things. However, I would regularly come to school with bags under my eyes from playing with the computer. I even built my first dual floppy 286 from parts ordered from a "Computer Shopper" catalog before I reached high school. Zoom ahead to the present - my career has taken me through lots of different turns, but I am still playing with computers. What you get is a professional with 10+ years experience, and honest excitement to do more.