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News, Updates and the hopelessly Interesting


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who we are
 

The Data Wranglers help people make their ideas reality. Our core tools are FileMaker Pro on one hand and Apache, PHP and PostgreSQL on the other. Based on your needs we can use other tools (MySQL, Oracle, Cold Fusion, XML, etc.,) and other media (video, sound, print, etc.,). Take a look around and contact us if you'd like to discuss a project.

2003 4/6 
Helpings
 Sunday

Our own Tim Wood is now the primary webmaster for theSilicon Mountain Mac Users Group. He's in the process of redesigning the site.

If you're looking for a great Massage Therapist in the Colorado Springs area, dig up Pam Cherkofsky or email her at TMMassage(at)mail.com.

2003 2/14 
New Scribblings
 Friday

We've added another article with thoughts about what it takes for a business to win in this market. . We've also made some more improvements to the site's stylesheets so the site works better in older browsers and larger monitors.

2003 2/26 
updates
 Wednesday

pressWoodInkWe've tweaked the site design again. We're slowly fixing the problems the site has in various browsers around our other work. If you spot a problem, click the email link on that page and let us know. We just finished a full redesign of pressWoodInk.com It's all happy XHTML and CSS for maximum buzzword compliance.

2003 2/10 
various news
 Monday

Three of the domains we've helped feed and water are available for sale: OakCliffArts.com , PublicAuctionChannel.com and PublicAuctionChannel.net If you're interested in one, click the link. Then just enter your email address and we'll get back to you shortly.

Over the last few days we went in and finish the bulk of the conversion to XHTML and CSS. Pages should load a little faster and will be a lot more easy for us to maintain going forward. If you run into problems, feel free to click the 'contact us' button and tell us what you found. And --surprise!-- we actually read the messages!