The web can be a somewhat overwhelming resource for those just getting started- and one thing you have to realize is that ALL the answers are out there, you just have to look hard enough or try hard enough. Much of the work you do will be trial and error, however, with resources like Mashable Read More
It’s here! You can now have Google+ account for your Gmail hosted email accounts! Here’s how! Log in to the Google Apps administrator control panel. The URL is https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/primary-domain-name.com, where primary-domain-name is the domain name you used to sign up for Google Apps. Click the Organization & users tab. In the organizational tree on the left, select the organizational Read More
Ah yes, the “infallible” Google rears its ugly head at us once more. First it was the Youtube/Google merge that caused Login problems for many, then it was the GMail hack that left users with exposed logins,and now, many a business running their email through Google Apps, and using the oh-so-convenient Google Docs web application Read More
Hey everyone! This week, Facebook enabled status tags in a way that is quicker and easier (and definitely more aesthetically pleasing) to use. Tagging friends in a Facebook status has evolved ever so slightly so as to cater to the needs of its users. These updates allow you to: mention another user in your status Read More
There are an ever-expanding number of small businesses, corporations and bloggers joining the social media bandwagon- and for good reason. It offers a cacophony of target markets and the public forum for which we can broadcast our online marketing to those most relevant.
I’m working on a lot of really interesting projects right now; everything from Social Media Account Management for an eco-friendly clothing line to web development and re-branding for a construction company, to building a website for a Judge in San Diego, to training a company to more effectively represent themselves in the social space.
I decided that I was going to retire my iPhone and pick up a droid phone. There are quite a few reasons I did so. My iPhone response time was, well, quite unresponsive. My monthly bills, no matter how often a representative and I “reevaluated my current usage” were $100 or more (which did not Read More
My life should be a movie, because really, sometimes I have a hard time believing it’s not a well-timed, perfectly constructed Romantic Dramedy. Opening scene: Las Vegas, Nevada where 6 lb 4 oz Mia is born. Fade out to Mia’s mom packing for California shortly thereafter, realizing Las Vegas is not the ideal place to Read More
Senioritis: a sickness of which is a result of rejecting adaptations to technological advances of the current day. Also referred to as Senioritis of the 21st Century. My grandfather’s old, true, but when it comes to high-functioning Seniors, he’s a prime example of one that does it all. He runs a newspaper for the Army’s Read More
You see, I’ve happened upon a gem and I’m not sure I want to share it with anyone. But because I’m such a nice person and happen to love writing about travel, I guess it’s in the stars that I tell you all about the gem that is Washington State. After meeting my new man, Read More