Remembering 5 Years of History

July 6, 2009 at 10:22 pm Leave a comment

Hey guys,

It never occurred to me how time fly. It was just 5 years ago when me and a couple of kids started this company called ‘Xeinge’ (pronounced Zee-Inge). I was just 17, still in high school, in my Junior year when I search the net to come up with a game development team to make a video game. I met many interesting people who were very good at what they did. One of those whom I’ve met was Harrison Engle (who now resigned) as we both created this website bringing people and gaming together. What became gaming sooner became music and entertainment. Today, Xeinge is at the forefront by creating three of the most unique brand of companies including WaTunes to enable musicians, record labels, and other media companies to seize control of their business workflow.

As I was searching the web today (googling ‘Xeinge’) I came across a VERY OLD version of the Xeinge site. This version was the first spawning of ideas which later gave birth to companies like WaTunes. This site was hosted by GeoCities (as we have no .com solution at that time). I’d like to let you guys take a look at this old version of Xeinge and compare it to what it is today. I look at these sites side-by-side and just drop in awe as to how far we have come since the first site. How Xeinge had to undergo MANY models and refinements to become a powerhouse it is today. So guys without further delay, feel free to check out our humble beginnings and our upcoming and bright future.

Old Site: Click Me!
Current Site: Click Me!


Entry filed under: digital music distribution, itunes, kevin rivers, music expand, watunes, xeinge.

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