SakhaliaNet Content Network comprises a series of thematic websites about different topics. The network is created and administered by a sole person, programmer/designer/editor Sakhal (se.liamtoh@tessarnamat).
Warship Pictures was the first website published, which appeared in the late 2008. It was a simple collection of warships illustrations to which later would be added some articles to add weight in the search engines. This website evolved into the heavier Ship Pictures, started in 2012 with no little effort. After suffering a hard penalty in search engines, the website was moved to its current location. The project Military History was started in the early 2014 and it is the most sophisticated of the three, requiring as well a huge amount of work. On the other hand, WW2 Color Photos was a website started in 2012 and currently out of schedule. From a mere collection of photos it was upgraded to show also a rather special collection of vintage artwork.
Not everything moves around military or naval history. Parallely, a transitory dedication to music composing left as consequence the websites Free VST and Sakhal Music Studio. The sometimes excessive interest raised by programming left as result websites like Dagovar: A Visual Basic Game or More Than Dreams (started in 2014 and currently including Dagovar within it). Drawing and painting was also treated in another website which is currently discontinued. Also discontinued is the project Sahara Territory, started in 2011, albeit this discontinuity is not definitive for much material is still in storage. A newer addition (from 2015) was History of the Railway, project which however not being actively updated, is still not officially discontinued.
And not everything is about adding content. From the early 2014 programming started to slowly populate some of the websites, particularly Ship Pictures and Military History. By evolving these early applications it was made VorKuta, a mobile social website featuring personal profile with posting function, personal messenger and public chat. The complete description states:
VorKuta is certainly the most sophisticated creation from a technical standpoint, but there is more in the locker. Other creations include: graphical charts with interactive spots, algorithms which construct graphical text with borders that stand in any background, random algorithms for different presentations such as navigational or decorative items, computing algorithms to easily create statistics that can be presented in different ways, algorithms to rate items and, finally, an express generator which can generate hundreds of template webpages per minute if necessary.