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Web Chew: Contracts, Free Toolbar, Podcasting Trends, and Paid Blogging

Another Web Chew column covering the latest web trends, techniques, sites, and issues. Read More »

Web Chew: Podcast Marketing, WordPress Extensions, and AJAX Tools

A new column covering the latest web trends, websites, and issues. Read More »

We Were Young, We Were Happy, We Heard the Wind… (About Two Great Horn Bands)

Can you remember? The power you felt when you first heard a group that stirred something deep, something down where your wild spirit lives? Were you lucky enough to attune your heart to the clean sound of wind blowing poetry through brass and woodwind instruments? Read More »

RSS Round-up: What’s Happening with Simple Syndication? (Part 2)

Hey all you web cowboys and cowgirls, this is the second in a series covering the latest developments with RSS -- Really Simple Syndication. In this overview, we take a look at what Microsoft is doing, a new advertising initiative, and provide some free and low cost resources for reading and creating RSS feeds. Read More »

RSS Round-Up: What’s Happening with Simple Syndication?

Have you been following the explosion of RSS -- Really Simple Syndication -- activity online? Seems this new method of "getting the word out" is picking up steam. Read More »

Blogging, Portals, & CMS…

If you've read anything at all about portals, and you've hear about blogs, you'll probably know at least three things: Portals are the most exciting way to do business... Read More »

Effective eMarketing Tools

What are the most effective eMarketing tools? by Scott Frangos, Managing Partner –, a modern web development company focused on eCommerce, Content Management Systems, and Blogs. Even after a decade of eCommerce, people are still asking, “what’s the best way to advertise on the web?” First, eMarketing is not a fad. Second, after a number of years, you can ... Read More »

Simple Syndication (RSS) — where’s the payoff?

Did you know you can syndicate your news stories from your website? You probably have seen some orange buttons around the web with the letters "RSS" on them. Read More »