Getting ready to head back to Vegas for Tech Cocktail. The folks at Veeam have stepped up to help with airfare. Now I have to plan the week of getting some startup interviews and more. Just as the CES live broadcast videos have been wrapped up. Welcoming a new blogger on Geekazine. Adi from MHF […]
Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Same thing goes with social media sites. We look at the “Web” of sites you might want to be on and which ones to choose.
Jeffrey Powers looks at Google Plus and asks if you should turn it into your personal blog, or continue with a brand you might have spent years building.
It was Feb 9, 2009 when Facebook turned on the Like Button. They were not the first company to “Like” something – Friendfeed has that honor. However, Facebook purchased Friendfeed, so it’s their technology anyway. Two years later, we have gone through many discussions on this idea. Some people, for instance, want a “Dislike” button. […]
You might have started a website or blog thinking that eventually it would get really popular and you can sit back and watch it grow more. But did you ever think about taking that blog and actually putting it in an ebook? Examples like Best of the Dating Dad by Eric Elkins show that you […]
The XAMPP project produces pre-configured webhosting packages based on Apache, MySQL, PHP, and Perl for Linux, Windows, Mac, and (early beta) Solaris. Once you have installed it, you have all you need to run a website, including a one using an SQL database, such as a blog, on your local computer, with all the different […]
If you have problems finding extra content to fill your posts – especially pictures – then you might want to try Zemanta. No, it’s not a medication to treat any cholesterol or depression. Well, you might be less depressed if you use Zemanta, though. Zemanta will take your post and add more content. Whether it’s […]
We all are looking for ways to put more meat into our posts, while helping with SEO. Search Engine rules state that within that algorithm, the more links we have, the better. Therefore, linking to related information – especially from within your own site – is a key to ranking better. Outbrain is a program […]
The day after Blogworld, I got a great opportunity to play for the Grand Opening of the Full Compass campus. Full Compass is a full sound and light company for live and recording producers. Their online service sells millions of dollars in equipment a year. My Band – Trailer Kings – got to enter their […]
Sponsor: Try GotoMeeting free for 30 days! For this special offer visit www.gotomeeting.com/techpodcasts This week I take my Podcast talents over to the TPN Weekly Podcast for episode 14. I take the Podcast in a slightly different direction, as I talk a little bit about me and growing up in technology. I throw out some […]
Geekazine is looking to expand the Geekazine Quickcast – a Podcast produced multiple times a week including ‘The Week in Tech History’, ‘Get Certified’ and ‘1 Topic’. Each show is listened to by many every week. I am looking for individuals that Blog on technology and want to give their Blogs a new medium. By […]
Well I didn’t expect this to happen, but when we got to CES today, our first order of business was to interview Jon Accarrino with NBCUniversal. What turned out was not only the interview with Jon, but also Bill Hartnett. We talked about their little Blogger lounge and how NBC has contributed to this new […]
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Show #5 Notes – 10/31/07 Apple Leopard News: 2 Million Copies Sold – MacDailyNews Adobe Apps on Leopard: What You Need to Know – John Nack on Adobe Blog Mac BSOD? – CNet Holes in Max OS – builder.au Hack to run Leopard on a PC – Information Week On the Geek: Seagate Offers 5% […]