Projects

Here are a few of my Internet projects worth mentioning.

Current Projects

Project: Northcutt.com

Northcutt is an inbound marketing agency that began in July of 2011.  The company’s services are based around the evolution of an online marketing process that was used to build my previous companies, experimental sites, and various clients that I’ve worked with as a freelance consultant.

Project: Quotio.com

One of countless media experiments from the years, has remained inspirational/successful enough to keep around, and expand upon a 100% custom back-end. Great quotes have gotten me through a lot, and it’s the goal of this site to do the same for others. As of this moment this project is on auto-pilot, but as time allows, plans have been laid to re-release this it under a new alias.

Past Projects

Project: DarkStar Communications

DarkStar Communications was founded in August of 2002 by Chris Childers. I first assisted Chris and his partner with free consulting on infrastructure and SEO through 2005-2006 while managing the company’s account with Ubiquity. Later, I would act as a managing partner in the company via Nobis from December of 2006 to October of 2010.  This company roughly doubled in size under my watch, which was significant, as we estimated that at one point, DarkStar was the largest Ventrilo provider on the Internet, serving more than 1,000,000 concurrent voice server connections per day.

Project: Ubiquity Hosting Solutions

On June 4, 2004, I registered ubiquityhosting.com, and later a domain for a spin-off brand, ubiquityservers.com, with a name based on a song by The Orb, some notebooks full of ideas, and a $60 investment.  On January 1, 2005, I picked up my first business partner, and formed Ubiquity Hosting Solutions, LLP.  On January 1, 2007, I picked up two more business partners in a merger with a company called DarkStar Communications, and formed Nobis Technology Group, LLC.  Before parting ways with my creation based upon what must now be thousands of little thoughts put into action and countless hours of development, Ubiquity had become classified as a Large ISP by arin.net under the orgid NTGL, profitable data centers running in 6 major U.S. cities, and 25 active, full-time staff members.