– a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.

Lennis Design respects your business.Respect is a very personal thing to me. Being from the South, respect is very closely tied to honor and value. To show respect is normal and expected from person to person. There are many ways to do this, but here are a few we (in the South) observe. read more…

It’s not just hosting

In the business community there is a saying – “Going cheap can be expensive.”

Poor Cable Management

“Going cheap can be expensive.”

I’ve been involved with internet development for over 15 years, and I’ve seen many different ways to approach the two sides of web design (creation/maintenance and uptime).  I’ve worked with hospitals, colleges, medical service providers and small businesses of every size and shape. read more…

Why Mobile Matters

Mobile and Tablet views are 75 percent of web traffic | web design longview tx

“It looks great on my phone”

When a customer says this to me it makes me smile. The chart you see is real and shows just how much of our normal web traffic is mobile based.

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One hop

one hop

Did you know that it takes roughly 10 to 16 network hops from a server in East Texas to get to the “Center of the I.T. Universe” known as (Google’s public DNS Server)?

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The right tool for the job

The right tool for the jobWhen visiting a customer I was asked, “Why didn’t you bring a laptop with you?”

I thought for a second considering the question and then asked them, “Did you think I was going to build the website today during the meeting?”

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Separating the Signal from the Noise

Separating the Signal from the NoiseSignal to Noise is defined as “the ratio of the strength of an electrical or other signal carrying information to that of interference, generally expressed in decibels.”

I’m not a music electronics engineer (like my brother), but I like to talk about it in reference to the number of possible choices present vs. the read more…

Even when I lose, I win

rusty carMy dad has always been self-employed.  At least as long as I’ve been around (early 70’s) he’s been the “master of his own destiny”.  His business was auto salvage and when I was old enough I went to work with him.  One of the lessons he taught me was “Even when I lose, I win”. read more…