|"'Spam: An Escalating Attack of the Clones'"|
Read the latest article from The New York Times regarding the problem of Spam. (A free registration is required.)
|"Annoying e-mail solicitations reported|
Read this short article by The New York Times as printed in the Register Guard, December 24, 2001.
|"'You've Got Mail,' More and More,
and Mostly, It Is Junk"
Or read the complete article by Amy Harmon on The New York Times website (a free registration is required.)
While exploring our pages, you'll find something for everyone; from full descriptions
of our many design services to pages that
making surfing the web fun and
hassle-free. Whatever your level of expertise, we are
sure you'll find something useful for your browsing pleasure.
Perhaps you are looking into the potential and possibilities an Internet Web presence can afford you. PacInfo is ready to help with an entire section devoted to just this topic.
Do you have questions about eCommerce and its place on your website? We can help separate the myth from reality and make clear the options available in the ever-growing Internet-based business place. Our database programmers are versed in all of the popular programming disciplines and are ready to meet the challenge of your website needs.
Multimedia? Not a problem. We didn't learn multimedia as an "add-on" to the tools in our development kit. Our staff has broadcast experience producing video and audio programming in the studio, out in the field and at the computer.
Are you a PacInfo customer looking to check your email from our home page like you used to from our old site? Just select the "Surf the Web!" button on the left and then click "Email Access" from the menu that appears afterward.
Looking for information about a foreign country? Select the "Surf the Web!" button on the left and then select the International link that appears afterward. Maybe your search needs are a bit closer to home... again, select the "Surf the Web!" button on the left and then choose Metro Eugene Online from the menu that appears afterward. There is even a dedicated Kids page in the Surf the Web! area ...and much more.
Within the last several months our team of web developers have been hard at work designing a completely new, updated version of PacInfo's website. Our goal was to create a stable web environment for our members to use as a resource and homepage. In the older version of PacInfo, information was a bit cluttered, out-of-date and took a while to find. The new site incorporates ease of use and navigation along with faster loads for images and information. Read all about the changes by clicking on the Newsboy!
Whatever your Internet needs may be, PacInfo is here to help you take the step from being an idea to becoming a reality. If you still have questions after reading through the pages on our our website, please email or call us at 541.344.5006.