Why I’ll never use an Android Phone.

October 6th, 2018

I’ve known that Androids phones are prone to virus and malware, but I did not know just how easy it was to get infected on those phones since my main phone is an iPhone.   Recently, I needed to check out a site displayed on an Android so purchased an inexpensive model on Amazon. Fired […]

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iPhone Needs Fingerprint Sensor

September 17th, 2018

First off, I’m an Apple fan from way back. I have an original Mac Plus that still works. The first versions that didn’t have a hard drive and you had to swap the floppies. You can’t really do anything productive on it, but it’s still cool to play with every now and then and just […]

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Building Your Social Media Following

March 1st, 2018

Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. in today’s day and age, Social Media has completely taken over the internet. If you want to have a successful business, social media is an easy way to grow your audience and boost your sales, but how exactly do you gain followers?   I’ll be honest, I’ve had my […]

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New Social Media Intern

January 28th, 2018

Let’s face it, we have been so busy building websites and working with clients to position their sites and also get their social media presence noticed, we’ve not paid much attention to your own social media. I guess being to busy is a good position to be in, however it’s no excuse to not keep […]

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Over Priced Web Designers

January 10th, 2018

Over Priced Web Designers are giving the web design industry a bad name.   Recently, a potential customer called and asked for pricing on a very simple 2 page web site setup up in WordPress. I’m a firm believer of quoting sites based on a fair rate and not trying to make my whole year […]

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Having fun with IRS call scammers

May 26th, 2016

I know all about the IRS scam calls going around and have received many of them. While I was driving I got the call on my cell and because I had a ways to go to my destination decided to have some fun.   I returned the call and somebody who announced themselves as IRS […]

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How the Internet Started

May 15th, 2016

A lot of the younger generation today has no idea how the internet came into existence. They just know it’s there and they can’t remember a time without it.   Those of us that are older remember when we had to send an actual letter to somebody or pick up and dial a rotary phone […]

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Dreamweaver CC as a Web Development Tool

May 13th, 2016

Over the years, I’ve used many different development tools and have tried many others. While hand coding is gratifying, when developing sites that need to get done quickly I’ve settled on Dreamweaver CC.   In the early beginning of Dreamweaver, yes the code was messy and bloated and it was better just to hand code […]

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The pitfalls of a do it yourself website.

May 6th, 2016

With the advent of the do it yourself website tools like Wix and Weebly, many business owners have the ability to now create their own site without working with a design house.     In some cases, that might be all that business ever needs however the problems start when those businesses decide they need […]

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Create Custom Home Page in WordPress

January 15th, 2015

WordPress is a pretty versatile platform that can be used for many things other than just blogging.   One way to create a custom home page in PHP is to create a file in the template folder and name it home.php   You will need to include the header and footer in the page by […]

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