Your Personal IT Department

theWebThing is your Personal Information Technologies Department, providing full-service support for your home or office computers, networks and web sites.

The Current Project

Behind-the-scenes updates for Fox Valley Dog Training Club



Tech News and Notes

Email Privacy
An interesting, and only somewhat technical, read about how your email is not as secure as you think it is


Was That the Rapture?
It's not a good thing when you call up the ISP to close an account, and they close the wrong one. is restored, still working on getting email back


More Linux Fun
I think Linux on a server is unbeatable and Linux on the desktop is under-rated. Find some good advice for setting up your own machine at Endgadget

Source: Pick a Desktop Environment


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David Lewis built my site from scratch around my personal needs, and I couldn?t be happier. He worked collaboratively with a graphic designer I hired and attended to details well. Best of all, he keeps it updated with accurate information. It has been great to have reliable service from the very beginning that I can still count on today.
Steve Layne, EDd
When I first went looking for someone to set up and manage a web site for me, a friend of mine, who is also an author-educator-consultant, recommended David C. Lewis and The David has not only been professional and timely in responding to my requests, he's a nice person with whom to work. Professional, intelligent, and considerate--wonderful qualities to find in someone who is there to help make your web site work for you!
I have had the pleasure of working with Dave on the St Charles Gymnastics Academy Booster website. No only did he make changes in a timely fashion, he also took the time to educate me on the basics of web design. I'm not very 'literate' with regards to technical computer/programming lingo, but that didn't stop Dave from taking the time to explain things in ways that I could understand. He is a great resource that I have come to rely on for computer issues beyond the confines of the website project.