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Facebook – The New Windows


Facebook is the new Microsoft Windows. Why? Before my time, Microsoft introduced Windows as a revolutionary new platform for developers make everyone’s lives easier. Apple came out with their aesthetic, remarkably easy interface that made (almost) everyone want a new Mac. It wasn’t long before these big companies like IBM, Xerox, Microsoft, HP and of course Apple knew what was coming...

ListRankr – Our New Web2.0 Service!


We launched a great new web2.0 service the other day called ListRankr. ListRankr allows you to make lists about anything. For example, if you want to find some great Italian restaurants in your local area, you can go to ListRankr and view the list of local restaurants, in order of people’s preference. Users can vote restaurants up or down, mark their favorite (which counts as an extra...

UnSpun! a new Amazon Service


UnSpun is a cool new place to make lists. For example, make a list of political candidates and people can vote them up or down. The community decides the priority/importance/popularity of the items in the list.
One of the most popular lists right now is your “Favorite Alcoholic Beverage.” You can vote up or down certain drinks, such as Margaritas, Merlot, Gin and Tonic, Vodka, etc.

How to Create Website Pages for Free Using Weebly!


Need a website soon and don’t want to explore XHTML and CSS? Use this cool new online webpage designer I found the other day. Learning how to create website pages is a cinch with the help of WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors like Dreamweaver, only this webpage designer is web-based (cross-platform) and won’t cost you a penny! Plus, they were named one of the top 50...

How to Design a Website from Scratch


First, you will need a text editor such as TextMate for Mac, Notepad or PHP Web Designer 2007 for PC. There are also two things you must learn after you read up on how to design a website. Those are: Learn XHTML. Learn CSS. These two components are essential to building a solid website. If you build a large business website without knowing XHTML and CSS, you will be banging your head on the desk...

BizWidgets v 1.0!


We just got a new website and new business cards! Tell me what you think!

I carry my business cards around in a case from my favorite place to go.

Our website is not that web2.0 looking, but it’s simple and very easy to navigate. We do of course build web2.0 websites however if you are interested ๐Ÿ™‚
If you like the business cards, you can order them @

Step 2 to Building your Own Online Business


Ok, so you know about Facebook, Twitter, Google Trends, Web2.0, AJAX, YouTube and blogging (if you don’t you should read my first article, Step 1 to Building your Own Online Business). Next, you need to take your fresh list of ideas and start researching! Sound fun? The guys over at Thirty Day Challenge have come up with some great ways to research niche markets using FREE online tools...

Step 1 to Building your Own Online Business


I am going to provide a few steps on starting a business, this being the first article. Since these processes are fresh in my memory, I am documenting what I have accomplished to try and make it easier for you to start your own web company. Of course, if you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to let me know. I will only provide a bit of information at a time so you can research the...

Online Marketing: Staying Current in 2007


Call this a Guide to iMarketing in 2007. There are a lot of new technologies out there such as blogging, podcasting, social bookmarking and networking, search engine optimization, internet marketing and web2.0. I have been researching these technologies about 40 hours a week this summer to understand how everything fits together. Now, I want to share what I compiled. It’s a basic laundry...

Fellow Blogger Review: Slayerment


Yesterday, I came across a really cool site. He talk about topics I am interested in, such as SEO, web 2.0, blogging, marketing, and business in general. The other articles not pertaining to web design seem a little too opinionated and might scare some people off, but some of the web design articles are right on. Finding ‘Slayerment’ on the Digg home page a few days ago, I browsed the...

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