Tag: Internet

Ask me Techie Questions. Get real answers. No strings attached.

People know me as a super-cybergeek.  Not only do I work in the digital world professionally, I even immerse myself in it in my free time.  I love staying up on trends, listening to geek podcasts, and lull myself to sleep reading geek blogs on my iPhone. Nauseating? Maybe.   But, as Popeye the sailor used to say, “I yam what.. Read more

R.I.P. Lala. We loved you while you lasted.

Lala, the play-any-track-once-for-free-then-pay-$0.10-per-track music service is no gone as of today (6/1/10). From my perspective it was easily the best online music site.  I love exploring new music, but I don’t want to commit until I absolutely love the track.  Because I could listen to any track once 100% free, Lala introduced me to new bands and genres of music. .. Read more

Buying a Kitchen Computer, Part 1: What We Need

It seems like I spend more time in my kitchen than any other room in the house.  (Technically, I should say “waking” time.) Why Are You Spending So Much Time In the Kitchen? About three years ago, Marni and I renovated the kitchen in our 1960s split-level ranch house in Boulder.  Where our “old” kitchen was walled off the living.. Read more

I won an Internet Advertising Competition Award

I (along with my team) won an Internet Advertising Competition Award!!! I couldn't be happier!!! It was for the Westin Snowmass website I produced at texturemedia for my client Playground. The award was for best Real Estate Microsite.   Very Cool!

Digging Digg. A way to improve traffic to your website for free

Have you heard of Digg.com ?  If you want to improve traffic to your website, you should. Digg is the Web 2.0 version of a newspaper/newsource.  Here is how it works: Users submit stories to Digg.com.  This includes a headline, a brief paragraph and a link to the article The story gets posted on Digg.com where users can "vote" (called.. Read more

Microsoft Internet Explorer Hotfix 912945 Breaks ActiveX

Microsoft is about to release a HotFix that will break Internet Explorer. Huh?  If that is true, why is it called a "fix?"  Because it "fixes" a patent infringement that Microsoft has with a little known company called Eolas, Inc.  Internet Explorer Hotfix 912945 works around a patent  Eolas owns a patent that allows objects to be embedded within a.. Read more

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