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Casio Prizm Software
The TNY network is made of friendly people who are together to make interesting and innovative projects in the area of information technology and multimedia, simultaneously getting more experience in these fields. We are competent and committed to what we do; these are side projects, but we take them seriously. Find out more about us here.
This is not a startup company
We don't have a business model, much less a scalable one, and we're not looking for one. Some of our projects may have business models and be the object of investments that are independent from our core; the profits from such business may be used to finance other projects, but that's all. The TNY network itself is not for sale, does not try to make a profit, and currently our activities are mostly financed from the advertising revenue of the tny.im shortener.
Today, we enabled HTTP/2 support on most websites of the TNY network – including tny.im, dotAccount and Clouttery. HTTP/2 is the latest major revision to the HTTP network protocol, used to access virtually every website. Most up-to-date web browsers already support this protocol, and will use it when accessing our websites
On February 14, we discontinued the tny. accounts single sign-on service in favor of dotAccount. In practice, this means that dotAccount is now used to sign in to all TNY network websites and services, including the tny.im shortener. In order to keep using your account, you must migrate it