July 2010 Transition Update: Thanks to all for being so patient. As you’ve guessed (or predicted), the website renovation is going a bit slower than we would have liked. There’s actually quite a bit of work done, but it’s mainly ‘behind the scenes’, so expect a major and sudden improvement…right when you least suspect it!
The main element that we hadn’t really counted on was the unexpected amount of unrelated additional work that has come our way (not least of which was a mortgage refinancing dilemma that, we’re glad to say, has turned out very well for us — though it did seem like it was heading in the other direction for a while!).
Still, we’ve managed to nearly complete the major part of our research that was fun, profitable, but a wee bit distracting! We look forward to one of the first major sections of the new website which discuss up and coming new products that we feel are exceptional in one way or another.
As always, thanks for your continued interest and patience, and especially for all of the relevant and helpful comments that have been posted so far!
Thank you for stopping by the all-new Openvision.tv!
Just to give you a peek into where we are headed we are researching beauty/fashion products in all their iterations. Of course we had to sample a few from various e-commerce sites. Got to keep up our energy and enthusiasm for more updates to come! In a related vein, we also are exploring the world of hair alternatives for fashion choices as well as for people who have hair loss due to medical reasons. We were astounded by the variety of styles in both synthetic and human hair wigs. Several of our co workers have ordered Gabor Wigs, along with other wig manufacturers’ products. We feel the greatest need for hair alternative choices are for folks suffering from hair loss and will emphasis that side of the wig business.
For those of you who are looking for the original Openvision.tv, we will be maintaining as much of the previous website’s content as we can during the transition to the new site. However, we would like to make it as clear as possible that we have no contact with or connection to the previous site’s developers, owners, or sponsors.
On the other hand, in the interest of providing the best information possible, we do welcome any information or updates on the ‘old’ content presented on this site. Please contact us with any comments or suggestions.
The ‘new’ OpenVision.tv will feature up-to-the-minute news and information concerning the living green, focusing on objective reviews and recommendations of specific eco-websites. We intend to cover the entire spectrum of eco living from sustainable farming to architexture.