IT for Nonprofits

This Neck of the Woods Consulting

Mt HoodThe mission of This Neck of the Woods is to provide information technology services for nonprofits, local businesses, farms, and other organizations. TNOTW supports organizations and individuals who are trying to leave business as usual behind and reinvent how we live, work, and play. We can provide help in evaluating, choosing, installing, and maintaining the systems and applications that your organization or business needs to succeed.  Please see the Services page for details. Contact us if you have questions about how This Neck of the Woods can help you. We now offer full-service WordPress hosting.

IT for Nonprofits and Small Business

Don't get lost in the information technology forest. Let us help you find the way with:
  • Full-service WordPress hosting
  • Website design and layout
  • Web application software installation and configuration including installation and configuration of web and application servers
  • Website and web application troubleshooting
  • WordPress development, installation and administration
  • Short-term development projects
  • Maintenance programing
  • Unix and Linux system administration
  • Data conversion, maintenance, and migration
  • Training and documentation
  • Basic graphics editing and layout

Morning Coffee

  • What the FERC? Jordan Cove LNG Gets Free Pass November 8, 2014 pictureguy/DepositphotosThe Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is the classic example of a government agency in the hip pocket of the industries it is supposed to regulate. A case in point, as reported in this article in the The Oregonian: Feds say environmental ... Read more

Favorite Thing of the Day

  • Raging Grannies Seattle Block Washington Dept of Ecology October 31, 2014 17276881_0e0938a088_raging-grannies-seattleThe Raging Grannies in Seattle blocked the entrance to the office of the Washington Department of Ecology Thursday morning. There’s a video at this link. They were there to protest the safety standards that are being proposed for oil-by-rail traffic through ... Read more