Category Archives: Web

Opera Web Browser Version 10

Opera might be third in the Web Browser wars, but they put out a really good product. Version 10 is the best one yet.

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Rockmelt: Yet Another Web Browser

Just when you thought the web browser market was saturated, someone found a spot where another one could be squeezed in. Make a little room between Google Chrome and Opera and you can shoehorn RockMelt into the mix. Yes, another way for people to view web pages and possibly another set of standards for which […]

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States Taxing iTunes?

Economically, things are tight everywhere you look these days and State budgets are feeling the pinch too.  This year, States have seen drastic reductions in collections from income tax (if a person’s income drops, so does their tax), sales tax (people are not buying as much) and property tax. Well, the Governor of New York […]

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Use Microsoft Live Search – Get Cashback

Pretty cool idea, I think. Microsoft will pay you to use its search engine when you buy your item through a qualified vendor. Get the details here on our web blog.

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Web Site Templates Not Always Best

We have had a few clients contact us after they had signed up with one of the web design template services. They usually complained about not showing up in Search Engines or not having complete control over their content. But there are some other things (like not having ownership of your domain name) to be […]

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Advertisements to Be Placed in PDFs

Just as we have seen advertisements in the newspaper, television, and blogs, Yahoo! is taking is a step further – to advertise in PDFs. Yahoo! have successfully negotiated a deal to start running advertisement campaigns in Adobe’s most popular PDF document reading format. This deal will allow publishers to make money by inserting relevant advertisements […]

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5 New Nifty Features of Gmail

I’m so glad that Gmail has made some new enhancements to their online email application. If you are a Gmail fan like me, who checks at least 3 gmail accounts daily, I believe the 5 new nifty features announced by Gmail Blog will be right up your alley! “Archive and next” Shortcut It can be […]

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“Do Not Track” Cookie Coming Soon

Imagine surfing the internet with the option to choose whether to allow internet advertising companies to track your surfing habits on a particular website? This might come true in the near future, in fact very soon. Some US independent privacy support groups, together with consumer bodies are seeking to create an opt-out list for internet […]

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Facebook Has a Big Week

First, RIM announced “Facebook for Blackberry” which will give users instant access to Facebook, send them Facebook notifications, allow them to upload pictures, etc. T-Mobile is the first US carrier that will offer the service to its Blackberry customers. Then, news that Microsoft had finally beaten Google at something when it paid $240 million for […]

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