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Here’s where our team dabble with all things tech. Right now, AI (OpenAI/GPT and many others) is part of the main event, from chats, generative art, TTS, and more.


Ask Macie (our AI team member)

Macie is our virtual colleague. But hey, she is new, so please go easy on her. Meanwhile, we are feeding her lots of cookies. You may also have seen her at the corner of our web pages as a pop-up chat.

Here are some samples of TTS (text-to-speech) and voice generation:


Ongoing tech knowledge and expertise

We have been pioneers in digital multimedia and publishing, digital PR, web development, interactive learning, etc. Some of our work include:

  • 2022 – AI/ML/automation (e.g. ChatGPT, AI TTS, etc)
  • 2015 – Inbound marketing
  • 2011 – CMS (content management system), Web 2.0 and e-commerce development
  • 2010 – App development (social, web and mobile)
  • 2003 – Perl development on UNIX
  • 2003 – HR (human resource) intranet app development
  • 2003 – NetJanus™ Email Security Appliance (BSD) development
  • 1999 – Mail server & hosting development (Cobalt Qube, later mini-ITX and Mac)
  • 1998 – Java development (e.g. JAEM™ or Java Applet Expanded Menu)
  • 1996 – Multimedia-based interactive entertainment app on web (i-ching)
  • 1996 – Internet consulting (web design, web/email hosting)

Cybersecurity & Intranet Appliance Development (Legacy)

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netjanus email server appliance

NetJanus® email security server project (legacy)

McGallen & Bolden has consultants and technical development partners who were researching various ways of fighting email spam and malware, on platforms such as FreeBSD, Linux and Mac OS X since 2004. Our efforts started from a frustration with the growing problem of email spam and attachment malware in incoming email (especially in spoofed emails). We developed various test platform workstations and servers in portable lightweight hardware profiles, and tested this at our location on a leased circuit and a large media/publishing company in those early years. The project has a registered trademark for its solutions – NetJanus®. However, the advent of open source and cloud solutions meant that the window of trade opportunity became smaller, and we moved on to other areas. This project has been depreciated. The older trademark is below.

netjanus logo (old)