Any self-respecting business or project needs a web presence: to invite people, to inform, to share. As a new venture, TiNC Works! is no exception to the rule: all of the preliminary ideas, concepts, visualizations need to become visible - to potential customers, backers, friends.
Today I'm starting this process by setting up a new site - not by slaving away on HTML and CSS, but by clicking away on Weebly.
First of all, I really don't want to do hardcore web development - that's not what this endeavor is about. The point-and-click of a service such as Weebly's hides all that. Instead I get to choose a professional theme so I can focus on content rather that technology.
Secondly, at this point in time there is no revenue for the nascent company, so a free trial is just as well. This still allows me to focus on content development without worrying too much about up-front cost.
Thirdly, I already have a Weebly account, to run my existing business Tirion Networks & Communications.
So far, so good. Please feel free to take a look around - I couldn't stop you if I wanted to: that would require a paid account.
The next couple of days I'll slowly fill in the pages I've defined so far - both to experiment with Weebly's features as well as to clarify the message I'm trying to send to all visitors.
Feel free also to drop a message on the blog pages, or send me a personal mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll enable a better mail account soon, to fit with the company's domain @tinc.works.
Jeroen J.A. Tirion is a networker by training. After "discovering" computers in 1982, he has been working in the field of computer networks since 1990 - with a particular focus on performance as perceived by the end-user.