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Remember that old saying, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is,”? Using Negative Customer Reviews can help validate your company or product by validating your positive reviews. They also give you room and space to brag on your company without seeming too commercialish–(yes that’s my word, probably not one you would find [...]
As an entry level graphic designer searching through the never ending task of landing that Mr. Right of a job, each individual has key aspects that will make or break the employment status. Whether you are new to the field, or switching career paths, graphic designers not only have to be creative, but they must also [...]
I think Halloween is the grand champion of holiday survival, and of course— makeovers. There have been countless proposals to do away with Halloween, especially when its face became too dangerous for the more PC crowd. Halloween has gone from being a pagan rite to welcome in the Celtic New Year, to warding off evil [...]
The vulnerability of information stored in cell phones and smart phones is rather alarming. Securing these devices is vital from both a corporate and a personal standpoint. Phones now store data that includes door codes, phone numbers both personal and professional, addresses, emails, even credit cards and much more. Losing your phone or having it [...]
The current economy is difficult not just for individuals, but for businesses as well. You can find yourself in hot water before you even knew the tap was on. In response to this, there are many unscrupulous debt collectors issuing bogus or even threatening demands.
If you are facing financial difficulties, the Consumer Fraud Task force [...]
How long does it take for a social norm to evolve? The need for transparency is taking over both the professional American as well as the private citizen. It is even a common theme on the five o’clock news, and has led to security issues such as Wikileaks.
Is it really necessary for the American public [...]
Google + isn’t just a social network. Chairman Eric Schmidt has announced that “It is an identity service.” What is the difference between the two? A social network is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on building and reflecting social networks or social relations among people who share interests or activities. Most are [...]
I am a computer specialist working with websites, online software, and Google related articles. Years ago, while working as a computer specialist at the university, I took history and anthropology classes because history peaks my interest. There is always a new article on Yahoo about an archeologist who has found an ancient palace, an overlooked [...]
For some reason, when the word robot is mentioned, I instantly go back in time to the old black and white adventure show “Lost In Space.” I think of the trash can on wheels with the plastic accordion arms rolling around frantically blurting “Danger Will Robinson, Danger!” or I think of sweet lovable “Rosie” from [...]
High-speed internet connections that turned the web into an entertainment center as well as an information mecca have helped create a growing zeal for internet services and social media. Worldwide, there are an estimated 2 million people with Web access. That is roughly eight times as many from just 10 years ago. Mobile devices have [...]