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Don’t Be Like Bill

Yesterday was International Data Privacy Day. Ironically, 1 in 10 people reading this post probably had their data stolen yesterday through a malicious Facebook app. Maybe this one, maybe not -- depends on which source you believe -- but data-stealing apps are out there and being used constantly by unaware, or unsavvy, FB ... More

Spotlight Shines on Missouri Sun Solar

It's always nice to wake up and find one of your clients featured in an article on the front page of the local newspaper. (In a non-criminal fashion, of course!) In this case, our latest client, Missouri Sun Solar, was one of the businesses spotlighted in an excellent article by Thomas Gounley of the News-Leader, titled ... More

Microsoft Loves You! (More Than You Know)

Have you upgraded to Windows 10 yet?  By all accounts, it is leaps and bounds better than the universally-reviled Windows 8, and keeps alive Microsoft's odd/even string of cursed/decent operating system releases.  The best part is that it is free (supposedly) to current Windows 7 and 8 users, though we have yet to ... More

Random Image Rotation – Sally Ride Google Doodle

I hope you all got the opportunity to check out the excellent Google Doodles honoring Sally Ride yesterday, on what would have been her 64th birthday. Sally was the first female astronaut in the United States, riding the space shuttle Challenger into space in 1983 and again in 1984. In addition to her inspiring career with ... More

A Kaleidoscope Of Mathematics

With the passing of troubled, yet undeniably genius John F. Nash, I felt like sharing this opening track to the movie 'A Beautiful Mind' by James Horner. Soundtracks are fast becoming a lost art, sadly, but inspiring works like this still pop up now and again to fire the imagination. If you have not seen the movie, a Ron ... More

Lip-Synching FTW!

Anyone who knows me at all will have known that it wouldn't be long before I posted something from the early '80s! (Boy, that was a convoluted thought.) For those of you who weren't around at that time, well, you missed out on something truly special, musically-speaking. The early '80s was, and is, a treasure trove of so ... More

You’ve Got (a) Deal! Verizon Buys AOL for $4.4 Billion

In our never-ending quest for all things 'Net-nostalgic -- and because the 'Net isn't that old, a lot of them refer to AOL -- here is the latest: Verizon has agreed to purchase AOL lock, stock, and 5-bazillion-CD-cache, for $4.4 billion. Sounds like a ton of money, but maybe not so much when you consider AOL was at one ... More

Powell Release Jazzes Up WordPress

Like jazz pianist Bud Powell, the latest release of WordPress (4.2) adds a bit of impressionistic flair to the old standard melodies. Upgrades to the Press This app and added ability to embed external media make writing and publishing so seamless and smooth, it's like having a self-playing jazz piano at your fingertips. ... More

Have You Checked Your Website for Mobile-Friendliness Yet?

If not, now would probably be a good time! Use this link to find out how Google sees your site: http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/ Simply put in your website address, and you'll get a return page after a few moment's analysis. If your site is good, it will look like ours. After yesterday's ... More