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Thu, 26 Aug 2004

Aug 26, 2004, 00:11 [home/RemoteComputer]
New Design Completed!

Well, I’ve finally completed RemoteComputer.net! I’m really excited about the application, the install program, the new icons, the new web site, the HTML help file compiled using the Windows compiler! I’m learning all this cool new stuff!

This is a smart looking product that I’m proud of!! Now I hope it sells! happy

Take a look and let me know if you have any questions/problems/stuff, so I can tweak and improve! How does it look in different browsers?

~Jason



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Tue, 10 Aug 2004

Aug 10, 2004, 07:43 [home/RemoteComputer]
RemoteComputer.net

OK, www.remotecomputer.net still doesn’t have much there, but I’m making some progress in my rebuild/hack of QuickIP. Don’t worry, I have permission from the author to resell this program to English users. I’m trying to replace the bad English, poor spelling, and Chinese characters left behind in images. The problem is, decompiling and reverse engineering RCDATA images is easy, but putting new images into RCDATA is hard. I guess I should buy Delphi, and learn how to program Windows apps with it. The good thing about all this is I’m learning a lot about Programming. happy

I also realised yesterday that I hadn’t put a couple of web sites I’m designing into my section on sites I’ve designed: www.crookedbush.com/websites/. That’s been fixed now.

~Jason



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Wed, 09 Jun 2004

Jun 09, 2004, 23:13 [home/RemoteComputer]
QuickIP Site

Well I finally decided to get a domain name for the quick ip site. They’re getting so cheap! I think it cost $12 for 2 years!! Something like that— amazing.

So instead of getting www.quickip.com which will mean NOTHING to NOBODY, I got www.remotecomputer.net. This describes much more accurately what QuickIP does, and I can focus on those two keywords in my page content.

So the next step is to design a better site than I have there already, and maybe get a new server for it. That’s a bit more expensive, but makes a big difference. Then maybe I can convince the creator of QuickIP to package me a special version with an ‘American’ name of RemoteComputer. Then we’re off to the races with 100% commission. Basically, I get to keep all the money I make from selling this. Why have I been so slow getting this going??!?

~Jason



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