The Hidden Grotto
Site news
If you want to see my work and recent projects, visit my online portfolio. I'll be updating it periodically with new projects and info. Here's the link: [portfolio]
Fri, Oct 20 2006
Hosting Switch
I've switched to a hosting company for my website. I will still host any other services on my own computer, but I find that having to pay shaw to unblock URL DNS resolutions is pretty weak.
~February, 2006
Server guide finished
I'll probably be making a few small changes here and there. But for the most part, it's done. Enjoy!
Fri, Nov 11 2005
I'm getting to work, building my new Css site with php. I should be done....heh...either by tomorrow or in a good four weeks, depending on if I can stand this coding any longer.
Sat, Nov 5 2005
CSS overhaul
Notice any difference? If I did my job well enough, you shouldn't see anything different, save for a few changes in my menu bar. I've overhauled this whole site with cascading style spreadsheets. It took me a whole day, but I got everything up to par.
Fri, Nov 4 2005
The hidden grotto is a non-professional site for IT development. Here you will find articles, guides and tutorials.

-Enjoy your stay.
Server guide
Wondering about puting together a server? Not sure where to begin? Take a look at THG's new three part server guide. It covers everything from networking to resources. Setting up a server might be easier than you think. If you've been procrastinating or need one for a business, make sure to have a look. Also, be sure to check out for more information.
Buccaneer's guide to Piracy
If you're a real neophyte to the whole file sharing community, then have a look at my guide. I've made it for all the customers who kept asking me about it at my job. Just keep in mind that it's not all-inclusive, so if you have already been around the block, you're probably better off buying a book, such as: Steal this File Sharing Book.
Contact email
For comments and suggestions on the site, use the subject line "siteadvice". If you have anything to show off, use "showstuff". And, for any professional queries (such as building websites), use "work".

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