Good Ol’ Blast from the Past: Windows 95 with Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry Web Hosting Services Review – Negative

Recently I was advised by a friend of mine to try switching my web hosting to HostSo. The pitch was that they operated a server that had 12 GB of RAM, and if one paid only $8.56/month for their ULTRA plan, one had unlimited space. I decided to give it a shot, which lasted a total of three […]

Sayonara Proscan PLT1044 Tablet, It Was Nice Knowing You


A couple of years ago I obtained a Proscan 10.1 inch tablet and wrote instructions on how to install Google Marketplace. It served its purpose at the time. However, at this point I think it’s time to kiss it goodbye.

Why? Simple: the Lithium Ion battery pretty much exploded, causing irreversible damage to the tablet and screen, popping it open among other things. Here are some screenshots of the wreckage.



How to: Adding a Featured Image in WordPress

1. In functions.php: add_theme_support( ‘post-thumbnails’ ); 2. To display featured images in your theme, you need to edit your templates and add this line of code where you want to display the featured image: 3. To set custom size in functions.php: set_post_thumbnail_size( 50, 50); 4. To add additional image sizes: // Image size for single […]

Online Reputation Management Dead?!

Last week, I attended a seminar on Online Reputation Management in downtown Toronto. The main discussion in the seminar was whether online reputation management is dead or not. Important reputation management figures were cited, including Don Sorensen, President of Big Blue Robot Digital Marketing Firm. I share similar sentiments as Sorenson, who argues that “online […]

6 Common Prospecting Errors to Avoid in Online Marketing

New clients are your lifeblood and frequently are the most expensive areas of investment. Sometimes we move so fast that we don’t slow down to think about what we’re doing or saying, how we’re doing it or saying it and if it’s the most effective way for us to get from “Point A to Point […]

Cute Comic: When Adults Don’t “Get” Cloud Computing


10 Clever Uses For Google Search You May Not Have Known About

Searching on Google is not just about putting in the right keywords, and you definitely don’t need to understand what Hummingbird is all about. Google’s search application is a powerful tool that can do a lot of things. Moreover, you don’t need to be a geek or a computer genius to use these features. They […]

An Actual (Coffee?) Shop Sign Regarding Wifi

Problem: meta name=’viewport” content=”width=device-width” Doesn’t Work for Smartphone

Try: <meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width; initial-scale=0.9; maximum-scale=0.9; minimum-scale=0.9;” /> Making “initial-scale=0.9″ and “maximum-scale=0.9″ will make the screen stable on small screens as well. Courtesy: