Today, Matt Cutts announced that Google has penalized a large guest posting network, which although it is unnamed, everyone pretty much knows is MyBlogGuest
Happy 25th Birthday World Wide Web
Today, March 12th, 2014, is the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web. And what could be more fitting than a post by the inventor of the WWW, Sir Tim Berners Lee?
Government And The Development Of The Internet: A Brief History
The subject of Government and the internet is one of the most controversial and hotly debated topics of the modern day.
Telecommuting: How To Ask Your Boss To Let You Work From Home
Just because your company isn’t completely virtual doesn’t mean that they won’t allow you to work from home. Here are some tips to help you get that perk!
Five Fun Tech Startup Companies You’d Love To Work For
While the dot-com era of the nineties is often discussed in terms of the bubble it created, excitement about small technology companies is as high as ever.
Which Day Has Better Deals: Black Friday Vs. Cyber Monday
Planning to shop during on Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Find out which day offers more discounts, and gives you the best savings without hassle.
No wait, I mean Virtualization … , I mean Grid … well no, I should say Utility … Oh, well, forget it … just find a way to save some money! If you have been in the information technology (IT) sector for any length of time, you are probably accustomed to two IT industry absolutes: […]
Blog clog. It’s not a new phenomenon. We’ve seen it before. Web sites that are nothing much but ad-banner after ad-banner. Rows and rows of ad banners.
Affiliate Links and the 16GB USB Flash Drive for $31.69
Why do people remove affiliate links before making a purchase, if they are not an affiliate of the company themselves?
Warm Fuzzy Blogging by a Schizophrenic Programmer
Just had a read on a blog by a programmer named Binny. He’s starting a new tradition and I like it. From now on, when he subscribes to a blog, he is writing to the owner and letting them know. He thinks, and I agree, that it would be a nice thing to do, and […]