eConstructors (founded as Constructors, Inc.) is the only business-to-business marketplace and vertical hub focusing exclusively on the web design
and development industry.
We're one of a new wave of "net marketmakers," creating efficiencies
by bringing together unorganized groups of buyers sellers and suppliers.
We recruited technical,
marketing and product development
teams, and created the world's largest deeply searchable developer directory,
and the unique WhoBuiltIt
reverse directory pointing to
the creators of websites. We have
secured local and national e-commerce and distribution partners, secured two rounds of funding, and initiated strategic partnerships and continue to build the venture.
KeyChain, released in 1997, is a customizable secure utility
that works with all versions of Windows. KeyChain stores passwords,
login IDs, URLs and other info. It's a handy launcher for documents
and programs. Plus, as far as we know, it was computing's first
"commissionware": MicroMind paid you if you passed it
on to others who registered the product. For details and to download
Keychain: features and downloading information.
KeyChain is from Peter Brooks, who developed SlipKnot,
the 1994-1995 award-winning shareware Windows Web browser for people with unix
shell accounts. See SlipKnot
reviews (press and users' comments). SlipKnot included a
"Get All Links"
retrieval feature, which I'm proud to have thought of about
6 months before any of the bulk downloading apps
\With a virtual network of marketing associates,
we helped to secure cross-links for breaking
stories, features, and departments of the online Christian Science Monitor.