FBI those will be Federal Jail Cells. Hosting out of state.
Abstract noise suggests I move a lot of my interfaces from Hosting-Q.com servers to qisoftware.com servers.
QiSoftware is the legal business entity and Hosting-Q only a service of the business.
I started Hosting-Q in June 2006 because many online web hosts did not offer affordable JSP support– and I offer interactive Java solutions.
Many large sites use Java/JSP or C programs to offset resource jams caused by scripting languages, i.e., PHP, Perl, etc.
Java/JSP is one of the fastest programming languages in its binary form where online support is concerned. C in its binary format is perhaps the only language faster.
Why do I feel someone hopes I move the interfaces over? Hosting-Q has always been sought. Not sure why. If I remove the links I have all over QiSoftware pages and sell it– it would be just any other web hosting company and there are many.
The high profile tools of QiSoftware have given the site notice. Blogger Calendar, Technorati Blog Ranking Tool, WiredPages.
The use of hosting-q.com by many of the interfaces used with WiredPages, provides another direct link to QiSoftware from Hosting-Q.com.
I started the service because I needed to offer support for my core service products.. fast, interactive java solutions.
Hosting-Q is not for sale nor will it ever be for sale.
Another problem– when I used to host both domains [qisoftware.com/hosting-q.com] using a reseller account with WingSix — I paid one fee but could sign up as many hosting clients as I wanted as long as they did not exceed predefined limits.
I think the filth monitoring this situation understanding the popularity of some of my tools, especially at the time, the Blogger Calendar– tried to use my hosting service for their own gains.
FBI probably owes them jail. They are probably in so much hot water– that even though they do not have clients [or worse do generated from my promotion], they really can’t get anywhere because I and QiSoftware are too known and Hosting-Q is associated with QiSoftware.
Review source for the Hosting-Q pages. My name, Regina Thomas and QiSoftware is all over the place.
The other problem I had with WingSix? When they closed my account– I lost both qisoftware.com and hosting-q.com. I now use LunarPages for client hosting and DailyRazor for qisoftware.com hosting. I could setup a reseller account with DailyRazor but because of the angst caused me when WingSix closed both of my sites- I decided to never again host both with the same service.
I like LunarPages. It offers affordable server side support of Java. It was a good choice. Also each new client pays the full price for an account with LunarPages. I cannot add unlimited accounts to this reseller hosting plan for one set fee. I like it. It should prevent the filth trying to leech off me from getting anywhere.
If you believe you have a hosting account with Hosting-Q.com– contact the FBI. I have no clients.
I do not owe help to save this filth’s face. I owe jail.
I am not moving the interfaces and I am a little tired of the moves in this direction by filth that did not hear me say no.
I said no.
In my final analysis, I believe Hosting-Q.com is wanted because of mistakes made when I hosted with WingSix. I cried that summer [when they closed both of my domains]. I cried tears of pain. They closed them because someone wanted to steal or was stealing from me? I do not owe you. I am not asking the FBI to prosecute. I am asking the FBI to remove the filth from my business and to give me recourse.
There is also an affiliate associated with Hosting-Q, TemplateMonster. Abstract noise when I installed my slick new interface for that program suggested my implementation was crap. I still like the idea I came up with to offer my hosting clients templates– since I am not a designer. Crap? Hope you are not stealing proceeds from that affiliate. Loser go find a loser to break. I am not it.