In which "All-you-can-eat" internet service for $19.95 is introduced in 1996 and forces the Telalink team to become the "business internet" provider in Nashville...and we get free moving labor.
This is a story about how some basic accounting and being part of the most intriguing industry in the world paid off for the Telalink peeps.
In which Bill Butler boils the Internet down to one very important Shakespearean statement for my edification (or someone's) during the first official Telalink meeting, circa October 18, 1995.
It's been a whirlwind few months since we did the last one of these, but boy have our partners been busy. While we've had our head down coloring in the lines to get SM6 out the door, our partners have been blowing us away with their incredible design work and website development. Here is just a small sampling of what's been launched in the past few months.
I was really glad to get some feedback from the Telalink intern graduates following my last post. There were a few posts in response on my Facebook wall that I thought needed to be merged into my blog so that's what I am doing today.
The story of Telalink can't be told without dedicating some time to its innovative "internship" program.
Today, we are honored to introduce Sitemason 6 to the world. It's been a long 15 months since we announced our rededication to the core Sitemason product last year. It's been an extremely exciting and rewarding journey, and we are elated to share the fruits of our labor with you. Read on to learn about our adventure.
"This is a website," said Bill, pointing to the Mosaic browser with an image of Reba McEntire. We can build these and businesses will start to market themselves on them.
Come April 6th, the Nashville community will turn its attention to TPAC to have their eyes opened and minds blown. This year marks the fourth annual TEDx Nashville conference, a sister program to the national TED conference who's purpose and devotion is to "ideas worth spreading."
Sitemason was extremely fortunate to work with the fine people organizing TEDx Nashville to build their 2013 website. Many props to Andy Bird at Friendly Arctic for the gorgeous design. Read on to get tickets and more information!