Well, this isn’t exactly new anymore, but I noticed today that I hadn’t actually put it anywhere, nor really told anyone about it! So here it is! Drawing from our experience with Beef 2003 (and again getting ready for Beef 2006), Horse Australia 2005 features a draft programme and an outline of the events that […]
We released a slightly revised version of Rockhampton Regional Development’s website today, further improving the underlying architecture in order to: Make it easier for search engines to read Improve download time, and Make it easier to update We have also added a “print stylesheet”, which means that it automatically creates “printer-friendly” pages whenever you hit […]
The latest Neilsen//Netratings figures for the “active internet universe” show us that there are a lot of people online. Australia in August had 8,817,815 active internet users! If you think that’s a lot, check out the global figures.
This one was a tough choice: Take the money or go for a ride? Hmmm… In the end, I chickened out and took the money, but even watching a few others go for a ride (including “Smithy” from HOT FM’s breakfast show) is a buzz. You just can’t understand how fast this thing goes until […]
Fern Hills Grazing launched their website this afternoon. The website incorporates: Red brahmans Charbrays, and Performance horses This is the first website we’ve added horses to, and it makes for a good change and adds some extra interest. Thanks to the McCamley family, and in particular Brett, who put a lot of effort into helping […]
Today we launched the facelifted website for Kenrol Brahman Stud. What’s new under the skin: A new design that incorporates a “tableless” layout (easier and cheaper to maintain, more future-compatible). Fewer “decorative” images (will download faster). “Print-friendly” pages automatically built in. Print a page and see what we mean. You won’t lose the right side […]