LISHost is a Linux Web Server devoted to the Library World. Our costs are very low, and the service level very high. You'll find more about LISHost, and the people who keep things running, on our FAQ Page.
At LISHost you're not just an account or a user, you're part of a community. All LISHost users get almost unlimited space, bandwidth, unlimited email addresses, and mailing lists. We handle DNS, account set up, and almost anything else you might need.
Who we are
Blake Carver is the guy behind LISNews, LISWire & LISHost. Blake was one of the first librarian bloggers (he created LISNews in 1999) and is a member of Library Journal's first Movers & Shakers cohort. He has worked as a web librarian, a college instructor, and a programmer at a startup, though he is currently a corporate librarian and records manager in Western New York. Blake has presented widely at professional conferences on building library websites with Drupal and ensuring computer/server security for libraries.
Sean Fitzpatrick discovered Drupal a few years ago and hasn't looked back. A graduate of the University of North Texas School of Library and Information Science, Sean has, interestingly, never worked in a library post-degree. Instead, his career has led him through positions in marketing, editing, writing, online content strategy, content management, and web design and development for organizations that support libraries. He currently works full time building library websites.