The Scam Of The $500 Website | How To Avoid Getting Scammed On Your Small Business Website

There is a huge scam going around the web development industry. It is rampant in every city, every state, and just about every country with an internet connection. This is the scam of the $500 website. Companies nowadays are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of having a website and an online presence. More and more companies are realizing that in order to... read more

ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 4 Ultrabook Laptop Preliminary Review: First Impressions

My new Lenovo 2016 Gen 4 X1 Carbon ThinkPad ultrabook laptop arrived today. I purchased this on Black Friday, and I was thrilled that it was delivered 3 days earlier than expected - it was supposed to arrive this coming Thursday but it came today (Monday). This is no thanks to UPS however, as the delivery man proceeded to stick the sticker on my door for "no one home"... read more

PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro Are Both Now Released, But Will You Really Want To Buy One?

Great news for current PS4 owners. Even though the PS4 Slim came out on September 7th (September 16th for the UK), and the PS4 Pro came out on November 10th, you won't need to worry about buying one and forking out hundreds of more dollars. Instead if you have money burning a hole in your pocket, pick up a couple PS4 games instead. Why? Because, frankly, the PS4 Slim... read more

Can I Register To Vote Online For The November 8th Presidential Election? | Chart Shows 50 States And How You Can Register To Vote

The Presidential Election is coming up fast, it is now only away on November 8th, 2016. However, in order to participate, you need to be registered to vote. With the advent of the internet, many states now allow you to register to vote online. In fact, 33 states allow you to register online, while 16 states require you to register by mail. Just one state requires you to... read more

Paypal, Twitter, PSN, Pinterest, and Other Major Sites Down After A Massive DDOS Attack

Paypal, Twitter, and PSN, among other major websites including Pinterest, SoundCloud, Github, Box, Heroku, Freshbooks, SaneBox, and Vox Media, among others are currently down as a direct result of a massive DDOS attack against Dyn, a popular DNS services provider. Reddit, Spotify, Shopify, Airbnb, Wired.com, and Zoho CRM are also on the Dyn networks, but since they are... read more

The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story

In a break from the traditional articles, here is a science fiction short story series which will be released in various parts. If you like it, share it and I will write more. The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story Part 1: Beginnings of a mad scientist There once was a man, a city-dwelling man, who got... read more

Top 10 Reasons Why Quora Sucks And Deserves To Die A Quick Death

It is amazing that Quora raised millions of dollars for a crummy question and answer website. It probably was able to raise the funds for several reasons, none of which were because it deserved to raise even a penny. These reasons probably included: the owner had connections, they did a good job at raising capital, the owners had a good credit rating, and the people doing... read more

Twitter’s Share Price Continues To Fall, What Could Be The Cause Of This?

Ever since going public and having a peak stock price of $69 just 32 months ago in January of 2014, Twitter's share price has been decreasing on a steady basis with a bleak outlook for the future. Twitter's share price went into a free fall a couple times, in October of 2014 after a short spike, and then again in April of 2015. Since then, the Twitter stock price has been... read more

Google’s Gmail Gets UI Update, Blocks Copy & Paste When Logging Into Google on Mobile Devices | Here’s A Fix

Today I tried to log into my gmail account in a mobile browser and was surprised to discover that gmail has blocked the ability to paste in your password. This can be frustrating for many people who have secure passwords that would be a paid in the neck to try to type out. For example, my pass is a long alphanumeric with uppercase, lowercase, and symbols, so this would be... read more