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9 Ways to Spot an Email Virus or Dangerous Attachment
9 Ways to Spot an Email Virus or Dangerous Attachment
I just got a great email question from my friend David Reinhardsen of Hudson Photo Works. In it, he was trying to figure out if a chain letter email he got was legitimate. The text that was passed alo
Death to Internet Explorer 6
Death to Internet Explorer 6
For those of you on Internet Explorer 6, we encourage you to check this website out - straight from Microsoft:http://ie6countdown.com/Before I start ranting and raving like a lunatic, I'd like to than
Search Engines, Our Puny Human Brain...and Jeopardy??
Search Engines, Our Puny Human Brain...and Jeopardy??
Last week, a giant leap forward in the world of technology occurred. No, Call of Duty: Libya Edition has not been released yet. I'm talking about the Jeopardy exhibition match between IBM's new mega c
Social Media's ROI: CHANGE.
Social Media's ROI: CHANGE.
For the last 5 years, I've heard the question "Where's the ROI" used in conjunction with Social Media more often than "Where's the Beef" back in the 1980's.The problem is that most people try to take
Finding Business Value in Those
Finding Business Value in Those "Stupid Facebook Games"
I hear it over and over again..."I don't have time to waste on Facebook games""There's absolutely no point to playing Facebook Games""I can't stand getting 800 Facebook Game invitations"Yeah, I admit
An Email to a Friend about Facebook
An Email to a Friend about Facebook
A week ago I got an email from a good friend and business associate who asked some questions about Facebook. He wanted to understand how to effectively communicate on the Network, in a way that was bo
Social Media: Creating a Good Routine
Social Media: Creating a Good Routine
Good morning! (Wanted to start with that...)So I'm sitting outside with my laptop responding to a few emails, etc. this morning, and I got a message from a friend mentioning that she is starting up wi
How to find God by Losing Your Car Keys
How to find God by Losing Your Car Keys
I'm sure you're wondering...But don't expect any miracles to be revealed in this blog post. The best that I can tell you is that you might think a little deeper about your own life experience, and per
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Facebook: "Likes" will replace "Links"
It's so cute, isn't it? :-) The little button to the right of this blog...that teeny tiny little 'like' button that makes you want to say "Awww! You are so CUTE! I just wanna take you home and squeeze
New Address for Blog
New Address for Blog
Hey we've moved the blog to a new location, so it's easier for you to type it in your browser. All future posts will be at http://blog.rocklandwebdesign.comSee you there!
Why Blue Collar Contractors Really GET Web Marketing
Why Blue Collar Contractors Really GET Web Marketing
Yesterday I had a meeting with a local contractor about creating a website for his business. The guy had plenty of questions about what is involved in building a website, which we were happy to answer
Why I love the UNDO button
Why I love the UNDO button
So I was working on three contracts this afternoon, and I accidentally overwrote a LOT of information that I didn't notice, until about a half hour later! Luckily, MS Word saved by butt, because MS Wo
Twitter: Instant Search
Twitter: Instant Search
For those of you that are still unsure of how Twitter will help your business, take a look at http://search.twitter.com.Looks a lot like Google, right? A simple search engine up at the top of the scre
The Power of Appreciation
The Power of Appreciation
Recently I had a birthday. I'm not saying that to get any more well-wishes (please forward all checks to my P.O. box), rather I am reporting to you on what I noticed from the other side of the coin.Us
Example of Great Customer Service
Example of Great Customer Service
I just took a quick lunch break, and went deeper into a favorite book of mine, Zag, by Marty Neumeier. I won't bore you with the details, but it is a book about helping companies to establish a brand
Why We Are Still Lucky - Freedom.
Why We Are Still Lucky - Freedom.
In the past few months, I've floundered in trying to come up with a suitable blog to close out the three part series "The Good, the Bad and the Lucky". First we talked about all the cool things that w
The Bad News About 2009 (Part II of III)
The Bad News About 2009 (Part II of III)
In my last blog I began a three-part series entitled "The Good, the Bad, and the Lucky". In part I, I listed a few ways that we can be hopeful about 2009, including reasons such as innovation, volunte
The Good News about 2009 (Part I of III)
The Good News about 2009 (Part I of III)
Now that everyone has come down off their contact high with the groundbreaking election (dare I say a well deserved victory), we can all start doing our work to figure out what the heck we civilians s
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