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What is Website in a Box? - interview with Tim Pippus, Founder of Website in a Box software inc.
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Canadian Internet Use 2005, Aug. 2006
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Quotations from Customers & Company Executive (and just some interesting quotes)
Tim Pippus - "Two half-wits don't make a whole-wit" Top
Website in a Box customer, RGjr81 - I actually never tried to create a website before and your program was so simple to use I won’t use any other.

Website in a Box customer, Tadgilbreath - Thank you for your prompt response. Thanks a million for your help and your EXCELLENT product.

Website in a Box customer, Gene Schloegel - Thank you again for your help. No one does a better job than your group.

Definitions of CYBERSPACE Top

"Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts...A graphical representation of data abstracted from the banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding..." William Gibson, Neuromancer, 1984.


Cyberspace "...the ether that lies inside and occupies the in-betweens of all the computers." Sardar Z. & Ravetz J.R., 1995.


".. cyberspace is the homeland of the Information Age - the place where the citizens of the future are destined to dwell." John Perry Barlow, 1991.


"Whether by one telephonic tendril or millions, they are all connected to one another. Collectively, they form what their inhabitants call the Net. It extends across that immense region of electron states, microwaves, magnetic fields, light pulses and thought which sci-fi writer William Gibson named Cyberspace.

Cyberspace, in its present condition, has a lot in common with the 19th Century West. It is vast, unmapped, culturally and legally ambiguous, verbally terse (unless you happen to be a court stenographer), hard to get around in, and up for grabs. Large institutions already claim to own the place, but most of the actual natives are solitary and independent, sometimes to the point of sociopathy. It is, of course, a perfect breeding ground for both outlaws and new ideas about liberty." John Perry Barlow, Crime & Puzzlement, 1990.


"The Internet is sort of the cockroach of the modern age," he said, "It survives." Paul Vixie, Internet Software Consortium, 23rd October 2002.

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