Google, robots.txt and sitemaps

Like it or love it, Google remains the dominant force in SERPS (Search Engine Result Pages). Ignoring it could result in lowered rankings and lower visits to your sites.
It is well worth investigating Google’s webmaster tools pages for a great resource in helping to optimise your sites – or SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) as it [...]

Well, Debian turned 14 on the 16th of August.
That takes some thinking about. Although the number of Linux users has increased greatly in the past few years, it’s easy to forget how old the technology actually is (in relative terms). The Linux kernel we so love was Linus Torvald’s brainchild and has it’s own birthday [...]

Ruby on Rails is becoming more and more popular and whilst it remain a very powerful tool in any web developer’s arsenal it is still a young framework.
Rails v 2.0 will be a milestone release not only due to a great many enhancements but due to a change in the default behaviour of the [...]

Movable Type 4.0 Released

Six Apart’s Movable Type blogging software got updated to it’s 4.0 final status today. The new release no doubt comes under pressure from the success that WordPress has had as open source software. You can read more about MovableType’s transition to opensource here.

Mt 4 boasts over 50 new features, including a new plugin system, a [...]

There are plenty of reasons why you would want to setup an online storage solution. Whether you need to have your files accessible from anywhere, or want to share them with your friends, or to distribute your software, you will need to evaluate the many different technologies available and find the one that fits your [...]

I’m Tres Wong-Godfrey, one of the SysOps guys here at Spry. Over the next few weeks I’ll be writing about VPS hosting and why — no matter how big your business gets — it is an excellent choice for business hosting. In this first look at VPS hosting I’ll take a look at how [...]

Wii want your postcards!

A surprise awaited us in the mail today. Kelvin, A customer of VPSLink sent us a postcard all the way from China. The uniqueness and kind words definitely put a smile on our faces. In fact, it made us feel so good we want more of them! We thought it might be fun to hold [...]

HostingCon 2007

Well HostingCon 2007 Chicago has come to an end. The conference boasted packed lectures, over 1000 knowledge-hungry attendees, and week-long networking opportunities with the hosting industry’s top executives and companies.

Overall I think it was a well put together event, that presented a lot of opportunity to meet with other like minded professionals. I do feel [...]


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New office

I’m proud to announce that Spry has officially moved into the Seattle downtown area! This is a major move for Spry that will allow us to facilitate the continued expansion of our staff. We’ll be having a move in party for local customers and vendors in the first part of August — stay tuned for [...]

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