All opinions (and I mean all) herein are my own and not the official opinion of PRBC or any of the other writers.
There’s a software company I’m a big fan of — CoffeeCup [and no FTC, they aren’t compensating me in any way]. Most of the software they create is for website development – ftp programs, html coding, flash animation, etc. The software’s always very user-friendly, they provide good support, have an active message board for customers, provide free updates, and give away a decent amount of free software so you can get a flavor of what they produce.
It’s a feel-good company. The company name “came from the domain name of the coffee house where we got our start. (Yes, we owned a real coffee house first.) Domains cost $100 a year back then, and coffeecup.com was already paid for, so why invent a new name?” They claim to run on “an unlimited supply of Red Bull, Mexican food, Jelly Bellies, and passion for our users.” Continue reading