Using Your Website to Get Your Ideal Clients

Your ideal clients are looking for an expert that they can trust to guide them down the path to the land of benefits.  Who are your ideal clients? This is an imperative question to ask yourself at any point in the game. Hopefully sooner rather than later. Being able...

Google Apps Ending Support for IE8

Here’s some heavy-hitting proof of what I mentioned in my last post about how major sites are starting to end their support of Internet Explorer 8. Google Apps has announced this month via their Google Apps blog that they’re discontinuing support of IE8...

Chrome’s rearview mirror: Firefox, now IE

It’s been over a decade and a half since Microsoft’s Internet Explorer became the reigning champ as the most used Web browser in the world and it continued to hold that title…..until recently. Enter Google Chrome. Google’s Web browser was...

Chrome Just Keeps Getting Cooler

Google Chrome has been my browser of choice for quite some time now because it’s as nice to code for as it is to use. It’s fast to open, page loads are speedy, it’s very stable, and quite minimalistic. However, there’s very little in life that...

NaNaNaNa, NaNaNaNa, Heeeyyyyy, Goodbye!!!!

Goodbye IE6!!  It’s been a long time coming, but usage of the long-outdated Internet Explorer 6 has finally dipped below 1% in the United States, earning the US a spot in the champions circle. Microsoft started IE6Countdown.com in 2011 to raise awareness of the...

SOPA, PIPA…WTF?

So I’m sure everyone and their brother has heard at least the term SOPA and perhaps PIPA by now, but I thought I’d write a little something about it, too.  Which is interestingly ironic, since writing something on a public blog, as I am, is exactly what...