Free Web Space for Your Unity Church or other New Thought Organization
Your church, center, YOU, Uniteens, or other Unity-related or New Thought-related group can
be on the Web in 24 hours! We would love to host your web site at no cost
to you! All you have to do is email Brad Jensen, and say "I want to
do it!". We will set you up a path on our web server, and FTP access.
Then all you do is compose your HTML (or borrow some from someone else
thru your Web Browser and modify it). Then FTP your home page up to us,
with additional pages if you like, and graphics. You can change it as often
as you like, add newsletters and minister messages, etc. We have gigabytes
of space available.
So all you have to have is basic Internet access wherever you are, and
you can be on the Web with us. The internet is like subconscious or universal
mind, everywhere in it is one place, and separation is by identity, not
distance. It is the natural place ofr Unity to be.
For example, if you are Unity of Pocatello, we would set up your
address as :
We have T1 access and lots of horsepower (133mhz Pentium webserver).
We are even adding a forms-to-email package so you can email back user
Later on you can move your web space somewhere else if you want, and
we will give an automatic link to that place. Or you can stay with us.
We aren't ever going to send you a bill.
The one caveat is that you have to have some idea what you are doing,
because we don't have a lot of time to take phone calls. (Computer access
is cheap - people access is expensive.) We will try to respond to email
questions within one business day, but bear with us.
When you set up your site, your home page will be index.htm. You can
add other pages and graphics, and link them together. Everything will be
in your own directory, so your references should all be local (i.e. "about.htm",
not "/about.htm"). Please keep your file names to 8 characters plus .htm
or .gif or .jpg for references. That way, if we do have to help you, it
will be easier for us. Please don't include audio or avi files to keep
network traffic reasonable. (Of course you can have remote links and email
It's really pretty easy. The new versions of Netscape even have an HTML
editor in them, so you can skip all the HTML coding. If you do do the HTML
by hand, the best book on it I have seen is HTML Visual Quick Reference
by Dean Scharf, QUE books, ISBN 0-7897-0411-0, because it shows you
the visual effect of each command.
Are we nuts? No, we are Unitics!
firstname.lastname@example.org Yes, I want to do it! Email
us your name, your organization, and a preferred webname (like unityfresno).
We set up a blank home page, your own subdirectory on our server, and ftp
access to that subdirectory.
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