I interviewed most of the presidential candidates about their positions on technology issues in the 2008 election. After those interviews I endorsed one candidate from each party – Barack Obama and John McCain. Neither of them were leading the primaries at the time, but they seemed like the best candidates, solely from a tech policy … Continue reading Here’s How The Government Can Fix Silicon Valley: Leave It Alone
Have Questions? Need Help? Contact Us! In 2008, the United States spent over $400 billion on advertising. That means that for the entire size of the United States in population, there was roughly $1,300 spent on each person for advertising. Now, take the San Francisco area and multiply the population in 2008 of 809,000
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Unlike the extensive variety of website building platforms from which you can choose, there are three platforms dominating the blogging universe: WordPress, TypePad and Blogger. Here’s a rundown of the three and what each has to offer. WordPress Is the most popular and widely used blogging platform available today. It is what is referred to … Continue reading Review Of The Top Three Blogging Platforms – WordPress, TypePad and Blogger
Internet Explorer (IE) gained browser usage share last month in the U.S., while major rivals Firefox and Chrome both lost ground, Microsoft said today, citing data from Web analytics firm Net Applications. “This is an incredibly competitive space now, which is incredibly healthy,” said Ryan Gavin, director of platform strategies for Microsoft. “But we’re already … Continue reading IE gaining market share while Google Chrome is ‘in retreat’ and FireFox just ‘holding steady’?
The web has seen massive changes in the past few years from new technology, social networking sites, blogging, RSS feeds, and more. Along with these new innovations, new design trends have been popping up. One of the most notable trends is the web 2.0 style where designs were friendly, inviting, clean, yet filled with personality. … Continue reading 7 Viral Trends Web Designers are Tailoring Their Work to In 2010
Getting Ranked Well in Google Local Results Search for “Fort Myers plumber” or “Naples painter” in Google and the first thing you usually see is “Google local business results”. Because this is almost always the first thing that shows up when searching for a local business or service, it’s becoming critically important that a company … Continue reading A Few Tricks To Help You Master the Google Local Search Rankings
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There are basically two choices all webmasters have when it comes to implementing a design for a new website – get it custom designed or use a template. Each method has its good and bad points. Both can be excellent solutions for your design needs – based on a number of different considerations concerning budget, … Continue reading Does Your Company Need a Custom Website Design or Will a Template Be Just as Effective?
“Color it perfect” when it comes to arriving at the best combination that will be vital for any website design when considering the elements of the page layout. Success can be absolutely dependent upon choosing correct color combinations as well as using a really poor one can lead to nowhere but miserable failure. How many … Continue reading Choosing a Good Color Combination for Your Website Design. A Begginer’s Guide