Incorporating Über-Geeky QR Code Into Business Cards

I found a great site to get your own QR Code. For those unaware, QR codes are those little square boxes that can be scanned and can have all sorts of information. Names, addresses, links, web addresses, etc human sphere for sale. The code above is my own contact information. Here’s a great article about [...]

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106(g)’s Have Reason To Cheer For Health Care Reform

Tucked within the over 2,300 page Health Care Reform Bill is a section titled “SEC. 461. CERTAIN HEALTH RELATED BENEFITS APPLICABLE TO SPOUSES AND DEPENDENTS EXTENDED TO ELIGIBLE BENEFICIARIES.”  There are two main parts that apply to the self employed and will reduce our taxes.  This section goes on to talk about amendments to the [...]

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Apple Store Removes “New” Stickers from iMac & MacBook – Makes Room For Others?

I’ve been checking the Apple Store website on a nearly daily basis waiting for the new version of the Mac Pro to come out.  Two separate articles from MacRumors.com have stated that the anticipated shipping date will depend upon the Intel chips being used. The latest article hinted that the chips will ship in early [...]

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Tutorial: Moving iTunes Files onto Android Devices with Mac OS X

So I’ve had my HTC Hero phone (on Sprint’s network) for a little over a month, and I’ve been so happy with the performance of both the phone and the Android OS from Google. While Android is not chipping into iPhone sales just yet, mark my words when I say that it definitely will once [...]

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Welcome Jenna Fava Design!

I would like to welcome our newest client, Jenna Fava Design. Jenna Fava is the Creative Director and a wonderful graphic designer based out of Rochester, NY. She has done some really incredible work (if you don’t believe me check out a few of the awards she’s won!) Jenna recently asked me to help her [...]

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Russian Government Discovers AOL… Plans Its Own Cyber-Ghetto

The Russian government, like Russian fashion, is about 20 years behind the times. (How’s that feathered hair and blue eyeshadow working out for you Svetlana?) So I was hardly surprised at all when I read a NY Times Report that Russia is sick of the West dominating the Internet, and plans to introduce its Cyrillic [...]

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Promote Your Business Locally With Google Maps and Android!

A few months back, I submitted my business information to Google Maps for another site that I run. Google Maps is yet another free service that Google offers to get you listed on their search engine.  It allows you to post your physical address, phone number, website address and products/services provided. The nice thing about [...]

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Google Android – Better Than I Ever Expected

At long last, my two-year contract with Nextel was coming to the end.  The last time I renewed, I had the choice of migrating over to the Sprint Network (something that Sprint secretly wishes everyone would do – so that they can put the final nail in the coffin of Nextel’s legacy iDEN network) but [...]

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Please Keep Back 500 Ft. – Site Renovation In Progress

As a web developer I always get asked by all sorts of people about my own website.  For the past year or so, my sheepish response has always been, “Errr.. umm… well… I’ve been so busy, I haven’t really had time to do any updates.”  It’s the truth, but unfortunately people are puzzled by this [...]

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More Great Stuff From GOOG: Insights For Search Allows You To Analyze Keywords And A Whole Lot More

While poking around in Google Analytics, I recently stumbled upon a new (or at least new to me) tool from Google.  For all I know it could have been around for a year, but anyways…  It’s called “Google Insights For Search” and it is currently in beta. Here’s what it does in a nutshell: you [...]

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