KND News – AugustPosted by Chris Garrett / August 24, 2011
KND news this month
This month we launched Brisbane Girls Grammar School‘s brand new website (in HTML 5 and CSS no less!) just in time for their Open Day. Many thanks to Loren and her team and the creative talents of Ian Butler (MC3) with photography by Greg Gardner. Loren also dived into using QR codes on location for Open Day (read more here).
OurDisk continues to grow with an expanding list of bookkeepers, accountants and SME’s signing on to improve their electronic file handling. With the wholesale cost of disk space dropping significantly, we have increased the space allocation of all our packages – starting at 10GB and 5 users for just $12/month. Give us a call to start your free trial.
We have reached beta release stage of Invaulta – cloud-based estate planning and management software for lawyers, accountants and the financial planning sector. Launching brand new software is a difficult process and we are proud to be working for Craig Spink from Spink Legal and his team to get this exciting new software into the market. Stand by for future updates.
On a lighter side, Chris enjoyed a long weekend fishing on Fraser Island and Jason raced on Mondo Architects yacht ‘Mondo’ in the Brisbane to Keppel Yacht race, placing a respectable 8th in PHS and 14th across the line in just over 2 days of racing.
Finally, very many thanks to all of you who sponsored Jason on the Kokoda Challenge to raise money for the Kokoda Challenge Youth Program (more information here – http://www.kokodachallenge.com/kokoda-challenge-youth-program). Jason’s team raised $3,500 for this important cause and Jason and his team are dedicating this to the memory of their friend and team mate Duncan Waller.
In other news…
Did you see this article widely reported earlier this month about the link between which internet browser you use and your IQ? The original story which broke on several reputable news websites, including this one, turns out to have been a hoax.
Why not let us know which browser you use on our Facebook poll (this is of course an excuse to get you to visit our Facebook page) and we promise not to draw any conclusions, unless they show us what an intelligent bunch our clients and newsletter readers are!