That Old Anonymous Web
At least you might think that if you ever spent any time reading through the comments section of any online article, that has a decent readership. People harass one another, start arguments by nitpicking silly iota, and inevitably, someone brings up a comparison to Hitler.
How Will The Web Be Different?
There is so much to think about. On a surface level, it’s important to acknowledge that the web — the way we access it, how we use it, and…
How Much Do I Charge Clients for a Website?
You want to be a website builder person. But you don’t know how much to charge people. Let’s break it down a bit. You have to work backwards to find the project price point.
Launching the Fort Pitt Web Shop
Running my own business, the Web Communications Group, has been a great learning experience and very rewarding. The time has come to make some changes, though, so in October and November of 2013, I began putting a lot of thought into how I wanted to proceed.
When In a Civil War, Internet Gets Shut Off
The idea of turning off the internet is foreign concept for many of us in the USA. But in places like Egypt, and now Syria, it happens.
Rooting My Nook Color
Photo by hcl12, used under license through Adobe Stock.This week, I rooted my Nook Color. I was running version
Cut the Cord
My wife and I recently agreed to “cut the cord”. We did not go cold turkey. We did, however, drop our Comcast service bundle.
Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles" | Video on TED.com
2nd Web and Consumer Trends
The February 2012 Trendwatching.com briefing predicts an emerging consumer trend, “Point-Know-Buy,” which is driven by mobile technologies, massive visual cues, & augmented reality.