If you’re like us, you probably hate Internet Explorer. It’s clunky, slow, prone to malware, and just a terrible browser all around. While the latest versions have finally managed to add many of the features you’ll find on real browsers, we believe it’s too little too late. That’s why Navolutions couldn’t… Read More »Navolutions Announces $500 Scholarship for Taking Down Internet Explorer
If you haven’t heard the news, businessman Jon Schultz just sold Ebola.com for a whopping $200,000, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Jacob Davidson from Time.com put it best: A newly renamed, Russian weed-related company bought Ebola.com using shares of a medical marijuana business run by a former Libertarian Party… Read More »Ebola.com Sells for $200,000 – But Why?
Thanks to everyone who joined us at today’s Pleasanton Young Professionals presentation, where we covered the basics of SEO and social media marketing. You can use the following guide to reference what we covered and access a few of the tools that we mentioned in the presentation. If you have any… Read More »Our Pleasanton Young Professionals Presentation: A Wrap Up & Reference
Did you know that October 29th is the anniversary of the first bits of data ever sent over a long distance computer connection? Check out TheInternetDay.com to learn more! You might also like our site for Air Conditioning Appreciation Days.
Have you ever heard of Project Home Again? I hadn’t, until just a few minutes ago, and I’m already sold on the idea. Project Home Again is a program by the MSCA (Mechanical Service Contractors of America) that helps find missing children by turning your everyday service truck into a… Read More »A brilliant idea for a charity organization