New: Dangers of Social Technology

This website  was created to describe the websites associated with my overall goal of making society work.  Now it includes  links to several other websites.  I suppose I have too many of them, but that was a strategic decision.  OK, perhaps a stupid one, but I did it on purpose.


At one time I created headers for each site.  Above is a composite of four of them, itself formerly the header for this site.  I have no artistic skills and creating headers was a lot of work, but nothing compared to the task of maintaining the sites.  I found large headers made little room for text, so I am now inserting smaller versions of them in the front pages of each site.

Most of these websites have an associated domain name.  Some have more than one domain name, while a few can only be reached via others which do have one.

Each of these sites exist for a single purpose.  I wish that it was easy or even possible to set up these domain names as I would like them, but as far as I know, it is not.  Perhaps someday the software will get better or someone will volunteer to help.

My main hosted account is associated with the domain SocialTechnology.ca currently hosted on the excellent and very fast A2 Hosting — I previously had socialtechnology.net and earlier one or two others, now lost.  Many subdomains of socialtechnology.ca exist, almost all with a WordPress site on them.  One has a large number of pages created by hand using HTML.

I also have two newer hosted domains.  One is MakingSocietyWork.com, hosted on the aggressively self-promoting and adequate host GoDaddy, and the other is MigrationPlans.com , hosted on the relatively unknown HostClear, selected because it was cheap.  It seems to perform well enough, considering the price.

The dot-com part of my site names does not represent any intention to make money from the sites.

My websites are listed thematically on a page about my Network of Websites and alphabetically on the (slightly out of date) page for easy access by name.

Most of these website are for the presentation of a single idea.  These ideas are based on concepts explained on SocialTechnology.ca’s History page. — it includes ideas dating back decades, which I only now understand.



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