Almost two years after the implosion of the Rhode Island music scene, RattleHead finally removes the nasty splash screen with the curious quote - "so long and thanks for all the fish" - and puts up an actual, respectable website. This, of course, was long overdue; and mostly the result of the cratering of the RI music scene and economy, followed by the Great RattleHead Diaspora. Of which, legends will be written... or not.
(And the quote, of course, comes from the famous Douglas Adams' novel
The problem, it turns out, was not laziness or decrepitude, it's just that we were too damn busy. Too many outside projects, and not enough time to even work on our own web presence. What can we say... we simply cared too much about everyone else's projects to even work on our own. The other problem is that the RattleHead site is not just a site; it has several active web APIs and services, as well as control points for remote broadcasting control units, a developer sub-site, and an offline library storage/retrieval system. So, it was a bit of an effort, to say the least.
That being said, we take great pride in announcing the release of RattleHead 10.0! Some links may have changed... if you are a current client and have difficulty reaching your project page, just let us know. Arecibo, [TRAC], and Quix services should be active and online, please report any problems.
The re-launch of The Station Tragedy Memorial Site is still on track for the 2013 anniversary. Don't be mislead by our backlog... we are still actively seeking web development and graphics design work... now that we have finally re-launched our site, we will have project time available for yours, so drop us an email!