Archive for July, 2006

  One of the simplest explanations of what a blog is can be found here. Once you’re done reading that, I suppose you would want to know how a blog compares to a website. Sheila lays it down nicely for you here and Dave Taylor’s explanation ain’t bad either. If you’ve still got doubts about what a blog […]

Ok, this is the category where I bury all types of depressing jargon talk and bring you easy-to-understand explanations of today’s Internet technology. I like definitions that speak to me in plain English. I’m sure you’re the same. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.                                                 – Albert Einstein There’ll be […]

You Don’t Have An Excuse Not To Succeed Yes, there is a learning curve to doing business online. But then again, there is a learning curve to doing business offline. The learning curve is not an excuse not to get online. There are books, courses, mentors, free information online, forums, blogs, to guide you towards […]

All You Need Is Business Purpose If you own a brick-and-mortar store, your reach has just been super-sized to an international scale with no more effort on your part. How cool is that! Forrester research has stated that the online retail market will be responsible for 10 percent of total U.S. retail sales by 2008. […]

A Phoenix Rising If you’d been following the news back in the 90s leading up to 2001, you would have noticed the hullabaloo about the dotcom bust. You might have even been part of the bubble burst. I know I was.  The naysayers were basking in the glory of being so pessimistically right, about how […]