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The DigitalDan websites are all created, edited and produced by one person as a free community service. Whilst I do not have facilities to accept phone calls, genuine readers are welcome to contact me using the address below.


Note - in order to minimise SPAM, this address is changed annually.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How old is DigitalDan?
The first DigitalDan website provided a local news and information service dedicated to the town of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. This went online in the year 2000 and gradually evolved into the DigitalDan.co.uk site cluster. The domain name DigitalDan.co.uk was first used in 2001. At that time, most people did not have home internet and private access was usually rationed by telephone call charges. You had to dial specialist internet phone numbers and hold the the line until you had finished browsing.
My site updates often required a one hour phone call, they could only be attempted overnight or late evening. (Off peak phone calls were less expensive than day-time calls.) (Using todays technology, similar site updates can be completed in seconds.)
Are you interested in our services,skills,SEO,software,...
The short answer is NO. This is a free community service and there is no money to pay for anything. I am an experienced programmer/analyst and regard all unsolicted software/services as potential malware.
Can I have a copy of one of the photographs
I have to restrict the size of photos on the sites because large pictures cause the pages to load slowly. (Some of my users do not have access to high speed broadband.) The original full-sized images are stored offline. However, I will sometimes respond favourably to "non-commercial" requests. Especially when local-individuals/charities/good-causes have a special reason for the picture. Photos taken before the year 2000 often use 35mm film and the quality of emailed digital copies vary. (Some negatives have deteriorated and others are difficult to scan.)
Will you translate pages into Polish, Welsh, Gaelic,...?
These sites operate as a free community service and do not generate any revenue. There is no money to pay for professional interpretter services.