The website Smashing Magazine published a take on whether or not ad blocking software hurts good websites and by extension those who make their living working with good websites. This time the article comes from the point of view of web designers. My conclusions remain
Facebook is not a publicly traded company. Although there are many people speculating that Facebook will go public in the near future. As a privately held company, Facebook is not required to release any financial information to the public. Furthermore, the company does not have
Is Facebook’s new Like Button really a Google killer. Will the Likes of social networking prove more desirable and powerful than Google’s search engine rankings based upon number of links?
Microsoft has released Office 2010 to manufacturers. I’ve been using 2010 exclusively for awhile now in my freelance writing business. In particular Office OneNote 2010 offers a great organization and clipping tool for freelance writers. For those of you who are not real familiar with
An interesting post over at ARS Technica about how ad blocking hurts websites. The post is interesting for two reasons. First, the article, written by ARS Technica’s founder and owner, goes into more detail than is often the case regarding how ad supported websites work
Google’s recent attempt to crack the social networking market comes courtesy of an ill-conceived service titled Google Buzz. The idea is that that Buzz provides similar status updates, and shared links, and so on, right inside of your Google email account. Of course, it is