In The Mosh Bit we create software gadgets, following a few guiding principles.
- Create tools that we find useful.
- Look in the mirror every morning. We want to pay the bills, but we won't sell our souls to do it. We put ads on pages that users use. But we will never, ever, display a page that exists solely for the purpose of shoving an ad in your face.
- . Seriously, we want to hear from you. We might hear an idea that improves our own lives.
- As a corollary, respond to every friendly user message.
- Any email message sent to more than one or two recipients is almost certain to be annoying. If you don't send us a message, we won't send you one. Ever. Period. Never! We take a dim view of newsletters, updates, and any other sort of spam masquerading as, ahem, legitimate mail. Seriously, how do these people live with themselves?
- You can probably guess what we think of viral marketing. Replace "viral" with "cancerous", "pathological", "nauseating"... well, you get the picture.
- On the other hand, we're not above using our own web site to enthuse about what excites us: We just added an exercise journal where you can track your workouts and calories burned. It requires that you log in to your Google account first, but after that, you never have to log in again.
- While we're enthusing, you've never seen anything like our Full Recipe Converters. Really. There's a web page version and a text version. Try one out and you'll see what we mean. Then, just try to find anything like them, anywhere.