New Hosting

"The time has come," the Walrus said, "To talk of many things: Of shoes--and ships--and sealing-wax-- Of cabbages--and kings-- And why the sea is boiling hot-- And whether pigs have wings."

So Mark Jackson from MJ-Associates has very kindly allowed us some time on his Drupal optimised hosting environment.

Unfortunatly the hosting being provided to CSI:NE has been turned off (without warning contracts have been canceled).

However thanks to Jonathan's work with Pocket Tours and Born Leader - 2 of the operations which are part of the MJ-Associates group, Mark was happy to volunteer us access (albeit on a limited time basis) to part of his Server environment.
So while things get sorted we can reap the benefit of a faster server.

As a way to thank Mark and MJ-Associates for this generosity I would request you have a look at some of the businesses that make up the MJ-Associates group, below is a list of some that may be of interest:

Pocket Tours - Pocket Tours was founded in 2010 and first focused on bringing history to life with the worlds first battlefield tour app for the iPhone. They currently have 6 apps on the iTunes app store, the most popular being an augmented tour of Hadrians Wall which can be downloaded free HERE

Born Leader - Born Leader provides leadership training an assesment, Crisis Management and Situational Awareness courses, the approach developed by Born Leader gets clients to think about themselves, their work, the decisions they make and their approach to leading others. 

Arnia - This is an IoT (Internet of Things) based Bee Hive monitoring solution, Arnia is unique in combing hive acoustics monitoring with other parameters such as brood temperature, humidity, hive weight and apiary weather conditions. We can monitor and interpret the sound of a bee colony to assess colony behaviour, strength and health. The hive data can be accessed remotely from any internet enabled device in any web browser.

I'm guessing that you are still wondering how 'The Walrus and The Carpenter' fit into transition of the site and hosting?

Well I think there can be many similarities drawn in the techy bits of how websites can be hosted and the classic poem penned by Lewis Carrol in Alice Through the Looking Glass back in 1872, incidentally if anyone wishes to re read the poem it can bee found on the Jaberwocky if you don't hapen to have a copy of the novel to hand.
And to think whom would want to be an oyster...

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