Here’s a photograph of the Leaf being charged.
Since it operates without using gasoline, no CO2 is discharged when it runs.
And the Leaf is so quiet when it drives, it’s difficult to tell if it’s even turned on!
The PSP design team is devising a decal design now – I will announce when PSP’s original Leaf is born!
This is PSP at work, getting involved with promoting a greener environment.
PSP donates its web & Email hosting services for non-profit organizations, including the Japan American Society of Washington, Cancer Memorial, Hyogo Business & Cultural Center, Lenny Wilkens Foundation and many others. After the recent earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan, PSP decided to match donations the Red Cross up to $10,000 in less than 48 hours, PSP then raised its match to $20,000, which was met in 72 hours. Reaching a total donation of over $70,000 for disaster relief effort in Japan.
Ken Uchikura came to America to follow his dream in the technology industry. As his company grew, he never forgot the importance of giving back to the community. “All of us at PSP agree that we really like returning what we gain back to our community.” says Ken Uchikura.
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Founded in 1987, PSP is a Domain hosting and Web Development Company located in Bellevue, WA providing services to over 35,000 corporations. PSP has continued to grow into a successful company doing business in both the U.S. and Japanese markets. Visit www.pspinc.com to learn more.
PSP started licensing and localizing Macintosh games and utility software products for the Japanese market in the early 90’s. When the Mac market became significantly smaller in the mid-90’s, our Macintosh licensing business went down with it. We couldn’t even find a master distributor for a good title like “Tomb Raider.”
But with our belief that the Mac market in Japan could still be a market for PSP to license and export software titles, we made the decision to release “Tomb Raider” for Mac in Japan, selling directly to end user customers without any distributors. That was the beginning of our new project—JapanCentral.com—and it was around the same time Steve Jobs returned to Apple.
Then the iMac changed our business. With the iMac bringing back love for Mac products to the existing customer-base and also to new users, we successfully brought many Macintosh games to the Japanese market and continued to sell our Macintosh titles in Japan into the early 2000’s.
The packaged software market has changed significantly during the last decade. PSP also made the transition to an internet service company with our own software running on all the servers. We no longer export Macintosh games to Japan, but if you come and visit us at PSP, you will see our gratitude for the Mac legacy. Our lobby is filled with Mac products from the past and our hall way is decorated with memorabilia from Mac World Tokyo.
All of us at PSP would like to thank Steve Jobs for giving us a chance to survive the tough technology climate of the 90’s. PSP wouldn’t have been able to reach where we are today without our relationship with Macintosh. The contributions Steve Jobs made to the world of technology allowed PSP to become our own software company.
We will follow his passion and carry on believing in our dreams for innovations, “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.”
Thank you, Steve, for leading our way.
With our deepest sympathy,
Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
On September 10th through 11th PSP, Inc. will be participating in the Annual Japanese Autumn Festival (Aki-Matsuri) at Bellevue College. Visit the PSP, Inc. booth to play an interactive QR Code lottery game to win one of various prizes: Laptop, free PC Diagnosis & Virus Removal Coupon ($110 Value), and many more! On behalf of the PSP, Inc. staff, we’d like you to come check out our cute poster and play!
So what is a QR code? QR (or Quick Response) Codes are square bar codes that allow mobile users to access websites and information without having to manually type any information. Developed in 1994 by Denso Web, QR codes have since been known to efficiently allow mobile users to access information immediately. QR Codes require a QR Code Reader application only available to smartphones such as IPhones and Androids. A number of free QR Code reader aps are available to download. To see what a mobile-specific site looks like, take a snap shot of the QR Code located at the upper left corner of this page with your smartphone’s QR Code application to view PSP, Inc.’s mobile website.
Our focus at PSP is not only to deliver you with an enterprise-class email service but to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of how to use your service effectively. With our dedicated support team on-call to help with all your needs, we have found that many customers have not been utilizing our email services to its fullest. Our support team has put together a manual showing the ins and outs on how to use the Dreamersi Control Panel for Domain Management.
Overview of Basic Management
* Creating/deleting email accounts
* As an administrator for your email account, you have access to create new and delete old email addresses for your company. Say you are an up and coming company, with new employees every month. You want to have the ability to create an email address for each new employee.
* Creating a mail forward
* Creating mail forwarding: Say you are out of town on a business trip for a week and have limited access to your email. If you set up your email forwarding option, you will have the ability to have your emails transferred to another email address for any period of time.
* Spam Filters
* Filter based on Subject: blocks the delivery of emails based on the subject
* Filter based on Sender: blocks the delivery of emails based on the sender
* Filter based on language: blocks the delivery of emails based on the language
* Exception list: allows email from senders and subject you include in your list
* Mail Recovery: you are given two options – recovery or exception
* Recover – emails you wish to move to your mailbox
* Exception – add the corresponding sender to your exception list and recovers the email to your mailbox
If you have any further questions or would like to know more about our email and web hosting packages please contact us at email@example.com or 425-957-0808.