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IP Address only, and without "HostHeader" information. This prevents the
millions of 'hits' from
virus-laden and/or compromised computers on the Internet from inflating
the conventional statistics of web sites sharing this IP Address.
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Kropf.Computer Services, Inc.
Internet Registered since 1991 and
"Keeping business plugged in...
...to the Whole Wide World!"
on Intel Xeon Processors, in Intel Quad CPU Server Boards,
in Intel rack-mount Server Chassis with triple redundant power supplies, with Redundant SCSI Hot-swap (RAID) Hard-drives.
We use redundant American Power Conversion (APC) Smart-UPSŪ battery backed Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems for 24x7 clean power regulation, and battery back-up as needed. The Smart-UPSŪ family regulates the AC power continuously. This "clean" power helps to avoid power supply degradation. We use diesel powered generator power when no other source of electricity is available.
This web site is not enhanced for any specific browser. It violates the very spirit of "Open Systems" to have pages viewable by only one browser. We will not be enticed (or bought) to promote MS's security compromised Explorers by placing their icon here in return for "free" MS Web development tools. The next time you see a "Best viewed with Explorer" icon, ask yourself if the people that wrote that web page are the ones best qualified to make YOUR choice of tools for you.
And said another way...
Anyone who slaps a "this page is best viewed with Browser X" label on a Web page appears to be yearning for the bad old days, before the Web, when you had very little chance of reading a document written on another computer, another word processor, or another network. (Tim Berners-Lee in Technology Review, July 1996)