Hey Guy’s and Gal’s,
Tim here again with another response to a comment on “Selecting the Best Background” for your website.
Nadia Elyse asked if I knew of any other resources that she could look up to find out more information on the topic of selecting the right background for your website.
I did find a very good article written by Shaun Anderson over at Hobo Web that I think that you’ll enjoy.
He goes in depth with the subject and covers way more than what I did in my previous post
Go an take a look at Shaun’s article, give him the kodo’s on this one. Then come back here and let me know what you think or if you have any questions.
Have a wonderful day.
Hey Guy’s and Gal’s,
If you’re up on the times with Google you might be interested in some of the latest happens. In a recent article posted on the NY Times website by By JOHN MARKOFF and DAVID BARBOZA, they state that these attacks have been linked to 2 schools that in some way have military ties. You can read more about the article below.
Online Attacks on Google Said to be Linked to Schools in China
A series of online attacks on Google and dozens of other American corporations have been traced to computers at two educational institutions in China, including one with close ties to the Chinese military, say people involved in the investigation.
They also said the attacks, aimed at stealing trade secrets and computer codes and capturing e-mail of Chinese human rights activists, may have begun as early as April, months earlier than previously believed. Google announced on Jan. 12 that it and other companies had been subjected to sophisticated attacks that probably came from China.
Read More: http://www.nytimes.com?emc=na
When you’re done reading the article please let me kow your thoughts.
Have a wonderful day
Hey Guy’s & Gal’s
I know this is off the beaten path about giving you some insight to your website design and development needs, but I just had to speak my mind on the topic of Love and Valentine’s Day. Whether you agree or disagree is not the question here, but it’s your intention. Read on…
It’s that time of year when everyone seems to want to spread a message of love in one form of another.
Whether it be through flowers, a card, or some form of gift to a loved one or friend.
Now don’t get me wrong, I’m all for spreading the gift of love, but does it only have to been on Valentine’s Day or on holidays.
Love should not be just a fleeting thought, it should be an every moment, every hour, every day kind of action. I don’t know about you, but love should not be just a special occasion to pass on a thought of love, but a continual action step, that we take each and every moment of our lives.
I think there has been too much emphasis on the commercial justification to buy someones love. And we see this everyday on TV commercials, online advertising, radio, and even in the social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Is it true love? I think not.
Is love a box of chocolates, a bouquet of roses, a night out on the town? Sure these are all fantastic ways to show your appreciation for that someone special in your life. But what about the everyday action you take to show the love you have for your mate or partner.
What steps do you take to show that you love someone? I’d like to hear what you have to say.
Have a wonderful day
Hey Guy’s & Gal’s,
In a recent article posted on Business Week, they state that Google’s at it again. Read the article below.
What’s you take on Google’s App and there approach to adding more features to it’s arsenal?
Please leave your comments below
Hey Guy’s & Gal’s,
Just incase you haven’t heard, WordPress announce the Blackberry App for WordPress. In a recent article posted WordPress Raanan Bar-Cohen stated…
Very happy to announce that the Open Source WordPress for BlackBerry app has wrapped up the beta phase, and version 1.0 is now available. Thank-you to the tens of thousands of beta users who have provided invaluable feedback and feature enhancement ideas these past few months.
Let us know your thoughts about the new Blackberry App below.
Until next time…
Have wonderful day.
by Timothy Caron
This blog gets read by hundreds of people each day.
Yet only a handful of visitors ever leave comments.
Response rates are typically low because most of us are very busy, or we don’t feel compelled to share our opinion.
I understand because I rarely leave comments on other people’s blogs. I just enjoy reading them and moving on.
I would like to see a change in that today because I am going to ask you to do something.
I promise, it won’t be difficult.
What I am going to ask you to do is to interact with this particular blog entry.
To do so, all you need to do is scroll to the bottom of the page and leave a comment.
What should you write? Well, hopefully you’ll have some ideas when I pose the following questions to you.
I am doing this to get a better feel for who you are. I want to make sure that I am bringing value to you via this blog. If only a small percentage of readers leave comments, I may be missing out on valuable feedback.
If you want to leave your comments anonymously that’s fine with me. But realize that I don’t hide behind any curtains. I am very clear about who I am and would ask you for the same level of transparency.
So here goes…
In your comments, I would be thrilled if you would answer any or all of the following questions.
1) Who are you and where are you from?
2) Do you have an Internet business? If so, what is it all about? What level of success are you experiencing by your own measure of success?
3) How long have you been visiting my blog or receiving my newsletter, and WHY do you read it?
4) What kinds of articles are most helpful to you?
5) If you could have me write about one thing, what would it be?
NOTE: These questions are just conversation starters. If you would rather talk about something else, I want you to feel free to do so. I’m looking for the real you, not fill-in-the-blanks. So feel free to comment however you wish.
And know that I don’t have any kind of special bonus for you if you answer these questions. I’m inquiring because I really want to know who you are.
I appreciate you taking time to participate. Not only will your responses will help me take the dialogue to the next level, but I think they will help others see that they are not alone in their quest to achieve their goals.
Let the comments begin…