Tinozplace.com was established around the turn of the century and was made possible by different people in my life and I still have them to thank for a decent site with customizable content. When the web was booming, it became apparent to me that it was time to pick up a book on HTML1. Although they are up to HTML5 now, it was a cool site in it’s time
At that time, the company I worked with was deploying a new product, I was introduced to Freddie Laker (son of Sir Freddie Laker of Laker Airways). Freddie owned a small Internet Service Provider operating out of the Jet Center at the Fort Lauderdale airport, Freddie became one of my largest business contributors and a close confidant. After word got around of his innovative ideas, LakerNet grew quickly and ended up selling out to a high bidder. After he sold LakerNet and I left the place I was working, we lost touch..
The original site developer, Erik Olsson who also worked closely with Freddie and I came to look at my ideas for a personal website and produced what you see today at www.tinozplace.com. Erik was doing business in Quito, Ecuador, Miami and Tampa, we became good friends. When I left the company that I was with, we stayed in touch, visiting his 44th floor condo on Biscayne Boulevard in Miami, it was always nice to live the tropical high life…
In 2007, I bought the domain back from GoDaddy and started posting various pictures on 1and1 internet.
After deciding that the Exchange server and the Microsoft Windows Server Environment would be something that I was pretty interested in learning, I began hosting my own sites, email and several other great neat tools.
My Mentor, Michael (@mikinho) has taught me so much about Exchange and Windows Server. Most of this wouldn’t have been possible without him.
Hope you enjoy the blog..