- Glimps Creatives
Glimps Creatives is an Indian advertising, designing, web development, merchandising and printing agency based in delhi. The company caters to clients of Delhi and NCR.
Glimps Creatives has three divisions: glimps creatives (designing, merchandising and printing; under Glimps Creatives), Gtech (web development; Gtech) and cafeXclusive (web hosting and online solutions).
Amit Xavier leads the agency and holds the position of creative director in Glimps Creatives. He was also a freelancer until the end of 2006, when he decided to start Glimps Creatives.
Glimps Creatives was founded in 2007 by Amit Xavier, as "a graphic design company."
In 2009 the Glimps Creatives division launched web development under GTech.
UN (United Nations)
NSIT (Netaji Subhas Institute Of Technology)
Jamia Millia Islamia University
Centre For Sight
P.D.S Partners (Law Firm)
Type of site
Free web hosting service
Bo Peabody, Brett Hershey, and Dick Sabot
Tripod.com is a web hosting service now owned by Lycos. Originally a company aimed at offering services to college students and young adults, it was one of several sites trying to build online communities during the dot-com bubble. As such, Tripod formed part of the first wave of user-generated content.
Tripod offers a variety of free and paid web hosting services including 20 megabytes of webspace and the ability to run Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripts in Perl. In addition to basic hosting, Tripod also offers a blogging tool, a photo album manager, and the Trellix site builder for WYSIWYG page editing. In addition to its free service, Tripod also offers a variety of for-pay services including additional disk space, a shopping cart, domain names, web and POP/IMAP email.
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- Servage AB
Servage AB (publ) is a Swedish cloud service provider headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. The company is the parent company of Levonline, Servage Communication and Servage Hosting. The corporate name Servage resulted from the words: "Serve" and "Age", that when combined (almost) spells out the company name. The name relates to the company's ambition to serve its customers while always keeping the systems up-to-date with the most modern technologies.
Servage GmbH / Tele5 Voice Services AB Merger & Name Change
In 2007 Servage Hosting became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tele5 Voice Services AB, and in 2008 Tele5 Voice Services AB changed its name to Servage AB. The chairman of the Tele5 Voice Services AB board Per Bergström felt that Servage was a better suited brand name for a international corporation.
- Shared web hosting service
Types of Internet hosting service
Virtual private server · Dedicated hosting · Colocation centre · Cloud hosting
Free hosting · Shared · Clustered · Reseller
Application-specific web hosting
Blog (comments) · Guild hosting · Image · Video · Wiki farms · Application · Social network
By content format
File · Image · Video · Music
Remote backup · Game server · DNS · E-mail
A shared web hosting service or virtual hosting service or derive host refers to a web hosting service where many websites reside on one web server connected to the Internet. Each site "sits" on its own partition, or section/place on the server, to keep it separate from other sites. This is generally the most economical option for hosting, as many people share the overall cost of server maintenance.
The hosting service must include system administration since it is [read more...]
Howcast is a website that provides instructional short-form how-to video and text content that combines practical information with various filmmaking techniques such as humor, claymation and animation. The how-to content is created in-house, through its Emerging Filmmakers Program, media content partners and individual contributors . Its Emerging Filmmakers Program allows emerging filmmakers to apply to make videos for Howcast.com and are compensated by receiving $50 a video and 50% of the advertising revenue generated from videos that generate over 40,000 views . The site currently has over 100,000 videos in its library and works with partners like Playboy, JetBlue, Nestle and the US Department of State. Content from Howcast.com spans 25 categories with a wide variety of topics, ranging from "How to Write a Resume" to "How to Survive a Bear Attack."
Howcast.com was launched on February 6, 2008 by co-founders and former Google employees Jason Liebman, CEO, Daniel Blackman, COO and [read more...]
Front page as of April 2008.
Type of site
LiveLeak is a video sharing website that lets users post and share videos. Liveleak places emphasis on current events, politics and reality-based footage such as war scenes from various parts of the world.
The site went live on October 31, 2006. Founded by the team responsible for the Ogrish.com shock site, it aims to take reality footage, politics, and world events and combine them with the power of citizen journalism.
The site came to prominence in 2007 following the unauthorized filming and leaking of the execution of Saddam Hussein, and was referred to by White House Press Secretary Tony Snow and then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
"Your Say" is the premiere section of Liveleak where users upload their own videos, much like a Vlog. Unlike YouTube, the Vlogs on Liveleak are [read more...]