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Taiwan Earthquake Disrupts Internet Access

What would you do if a major disaster took out your Internet? A 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck near Taiwan a few days ago. According to Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau measured it at 6.7 and was followed by an aftershock registering 7.0. While two people were killed, the bigger news has been the disruption of Internet […]

Should Your Small Business Have a Blog?

I recently asked if businesses should blog. Ashley Carr of the The itpr Group wrote in the IT Week Letter asking if blogs can benefit small companies. I liked what was said. There are two issues. Firstly, small businesses tend to have few marketing skills, little time but oodles of passion. So, if a small […]

I Can Put Your Site at the Top of Search Engine Listings

I just got my eighth email in the past two days with the following “invitation”: I can put your site at the top of a search engines listings. This is no joke and I can show proven results from all our past clients. If this is something you might be interested in, send me a […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Internet, Web, and Computer Tips and Tricks

WordPress, WordPress.com, and blogging aren’t the only subjects I’ve covered over the past year. Yet, the other topics were all related. Under the category of Web Wise, I included information and resources to help your blogging, but more specifically, with information you should know about being online, browsers, and computers in general. I’ve written a […]

Pajama Market – Interviewing One Business Blog at a Time

It is the goal of The Pajama Market, Small Business Blog of the Day, to review small business blogs. Not just any blog, but a blogs that sell products or services. To qualify for inclusion: Five days a week, I write about a small business that is blogging. I do this as a resource for […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Social Bookmarking Boom

If you don’t know what social bookmarking or “Web 2.0″ is, you’ve missed the current web fad boat. In a nutshell, social bookmarking is the process of letting the online social network of users judge online content as worthy. If you are prowling the web and find an interesting article or post, you can “submit” […]

How Not to Blog in a Blogathon Blog

I had a great time with the Blogathon this past weekend. While I didn’t participate as a Blogathoner, I hit a couple hundred of the blogs blogging in the Blogathon, and found some great bloggers blogging about fun and interesting topics. I also learned a lot. I highly recommend that you make it part of […]

Don’t Buy a Yearbook – Preserve High School Online

Yahoo News’ “Web generation preserves memories online” is a peek at the future of online memories. John Shin refuses to buy a copy of his high school yearbook. Instead, he’s turning to the Internet to preserve and share memories of his sophomore year. The 15-year-old has posted a collection of school-related photos and videos, as […]

PhD Bloggers

I’ve written a bit about different types of bloggers and the reasons they blog, like celebrities, disabled, and even blogs about Hurricane Katrina. I just found a blog hosting site that specializes in blogs for PhD candidates that might be of interest to our more learned crowd. PhD Weblogs features a wide range of thesis […]

Visualizing the Spread of News Across the Internet

Stephen VanDyke’s Hammer of Truth article, “How News Travels on the Internet” is a great visual look at how news may travel around the Internet. While this was published early in 2004, and there are plenty of new sources for news today, the point of how news travels on the Internet still holds. His visual […]

Blogging Tips – Hundreds of Resources for Finding Content for Your Blog

Blogging is great fun. It’s exciting. You start out with great ideas, full of motivation and inspiration. After a while, though, you run out of steam. The muse isn’t so amused any more and you start hunting for content, things to write about. There are two aspects of finding content for your blog. First, it […]

Family Holiday Time – Would You Fix My Computer?

It never fails to happen. I show up to any family event, holidays or not, and I’m asked to take a look at the computer. A recent trip to Seattle resulted in just that kind of request from my mother. She is famous for being a clean freak, panicking at the thought of not enough […]

Website Design Psychology

Majoring in business communications at university, and starting my own design and ad agency when I was still in high school, the psychology of advertising has always fascinated me. Stylegala’s Design Psychology is a brilliant essay on the thought process behind web page design – or what should be behind every web page design. Okay, […]

Blogging Threatened by Impending Legislation – Be Warned and Be Armed

According to a post by Owen Winkler at Asymptomatic, blogging is being threatened by impending legislation in the US government. If you’re not into reading the links in the previous paragraph, here’s the gist: Republican Jeb Hensarling of Texas sponsored a bill that would add words to the federal election laws that would exclude the […]

Now Blogs Not Safe for Work

Bloggers are getting smacked by a bad thrashing review from Forbes magazine, and now there is a Wired story that Blogs Not Safe for Work. Robert Mason (not his real name) would love to spend a few minutes during lunch catching up on blog posts from around the web, but his company doesn’t allow it. […]

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