The Surfulater.com website has just undergone an extensive makeover. We did the original site in-house and even though we were pleased with the results it lacked the professional look and feel we felt was necessary as part of the Surfulater package. Continue reading “Surfulater.com Makeover”
Surfulater V1.60, B0.0 has been released. One thing that has been bugging me for a while with Surfulater is that after jumping around from article to article there was no way to backtrack to an article I’d recently seen.
Fortunately I know the developer very well and hold some sway about what gets done and when. So with a small nudge I was able to get a content navigation history list added.
Now I can move backwards and forwards through a list of the last 30 articles and folders I’ve seen or pick any one from a drop down menu and jump directly to it. This will definitely make revisiting content in my knowledge base easier.
Other changes in this release include the ability to use the Delete key in the knowledge tree, visual tweaks, information about our Web site update, our new Blog and various bug fixes.
Please, please do tell us your Surfulater likes and dislikes. If you’ve looked at Surfulater and decided it isn’t for you, we would greatly appreciate knowing why, and what we can do to accommodate your needs.
Surfulater’s evolution is immutably tied to what you tell us you want, so speak up if you want to have a say.
What a crappy week this has been. We’ve had a Web server with Dinix.com for going on 2 years. Overall they’ve been a great company to host with, but in the later part of last year some some strange things started showing up. Then we heard that Dinix had been either bought out our merged with Web Hosting Plus (WHP). The new owners assured as business would go on as usual and they had lots of experience in these takeovers and migrating our servers. So far so good. Continue reading “Our Web hosting debacle”