Monday, January 02, 2006

Long Island's 10th Anniversary for

This year marks the 10th Anniversary for started way back when AOL was mailing out version 3.0 on floppy disk, a 14.4K modem was the absolute 'fastest' and it took about 45 minutes to print a page on a dot matrix printer. Boy, how times have changed!

Our Web site began as a simple list of towns. We asked our site visitors what they wanted. Well the emails have not stopped since and we keep adding items to our ‘to do’ list. has been, and will continue to be a work in progress.

The staff is comprised of a group of dedicated Long Islanders that work hard to keep this site up and running for you. We have ridden the Internet wave with its ups and downs for 10 years and we are still growing!

Local advertisers fund and help keep it a free resource for you. If you have a business on Long Island, or know someone that does, tell them about our Web site. Although the Internet is a global marketplace our advertisers are local businesses. We have always believed in keeping Long Island's Internet dollars on Long Island. So, whenever possible, support your local businesses.

We have many changes and improvements planned for the upcoming year. As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

We would like to take a moment to thank the people, past and present that have had a hand in making this Web site what it is today.

We also want to thank you, our member. Whether you have been with us for the past ten years, or signed up yesterday... you are a part of our Long Island Internet Community. You are what makes us

We hope that 2006 brings health, happiness and prosperity for you and your family. Thank you for being a part of our community and Happy New Year!

Sincerely yours,
Suzi Batta, COO
& The Staff

Long Island's Most Popular Web Site
10 years and still growing!


Anonymous said...

Happy New Year AND a big 'Thank You' to you and your Crew!
As an ex-long Islander (displaced in New Jersey), who still does business on Long Island...
I appreciate what you offer and look forward to the information.

-Ernest G

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on this milestone! Hope you continue to enjoy this business and much luck in 2006.

Cordially, Andrea

Anonymous said...

many thanks, and i wish you and yours the very best for this year and years to come yours truly samuel