GoDaddy is having a massive outage. Early, unconfirmed reports are that the group Anonymous is taking responsibility
“Google Chrome Overtakes Internet Explorer,” was big news last week. But what does that mean for you? Heck, what does it even mean at all? Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari and Chrome are all examples of website browsers. A browser is software used to view website pages. (If you aren’t
I was doing some Search Engine Optimization (SEO) work for a client today when I noticed something alarming. His Google PageRank had disappeared! Yikes! What in the world happened? It turns out that the folks at Google changed the location of some of the files that online tools use to
I’ve often written about the importance of renewing domain names. Domain names are registered by the website owner and there’s an annual registration fee. Once that fee runs out, then another party can register that name. The subject came up recently in the news. Brian McCrary was a disgruntled man.
State governments across the country are looking for ways to increase state revenues. North Carolina is one of the states considering taxing online revenue as a way to increase state coffers. However their imminent legislation has had some unexpected results. The Motley Fool states, Amazon is fighting back. It’s threatening
There’s a website for everything and everyone, that includes people on the fence about who to vote for during the next presidential election. If you have any doubts (or even just for fun) head on over to ABC’s Match-O-Matic II. You’ll be presented with a series of quotes on various
Well, for some people it does. There were reports last week that Bankaholic was purchased by Bankrate, Inc for $12.5 MILLION dollars. There is said to be another $2.5 MILLION dollars available to the founder if the blog attains certain performance goals during the next year of operation. Wow! Congratulations
Awhile ago I did a post about googlegangers. I explained that a googleganger is someone who shares your name. You can find these people when you look your name up on Google. The New York Times recently did an article on the subject. (Did I scoop the New York Times?