2017/07/05: we're able to take on a new project.
Our new webserver is deployed on 2017/02/01.
The server was offline on 2012/06/14 from about 13:10 to 13:30.
The shutdown of the McColo spam centre has reduced the amount of spam we receive and filter by 75%. See the Security Fix article.
The data centre where our web server is located was down for about 20 minutes on October 10, 2008.
Our web host and email service was down for a couple of hours on September 22, 2006.
March, 2004: we're often looking for consultants to work with us. Check out our Employment page.
Our web host and email service was down for a couple of hours on February 2, 2004.
The entire web site was unavailable for a couple of hours early November 24, 2003. Mail wasn't interrupted.
Our web host has all our ASP pages down while upgrading the Dot Net Framework. July 18 - 21, 2003.
We have joined forces with two new associates. Chris is our ASP specialist and has developed some very impressive database web sites. Bobbi has a broad background with Access, web development, and more. June 2003.
We're reworking the web site a bit. Let us know if anything is broken. May 2003.
On September 19, 2002, some of our phone lines were down for the day: phone company problems.
August, 2002: we've moved to the Nexpoint web host.
Our email was down from late June 10, 2002 to early June 11, 2002. The hosting move to Telus has been a little shakey.
The website has moved from CADVision to Telus in early June 2002. Please report any problems to the webmaster.
As of April 24, 2002 we're operating in Calgary again. Contact us.
The Headway Shortcut Builder has been rewritten to automatically resolve the paths of all three components of Access shortcuts.
Roy is taking new projects in Auckland.
The Headway Shortcut Builder has been rewritten to a smaller file: a 60 KB ready to run exe instead of a 1.5 MB installation program.
This entire web site was down from November 16-19, 2001.
As of October 20, 2001 we're operating in Auckland, New Zealand. You can contact us anytime.
The Headway LDB Reader is available.