February 14, 2012
Our regular Pssst blogger Stephanie Hansen confesses her love on todays blog post for Valentines Day... You'll be surprised... but maybe want to express your appreciation for hardware as well?Click here to get all the details on this Pssst Posters site...
February 10, 2012
The folks at Silvergear are constantly seeking ways to improve upon their customer service and business practices. With constantly evolving web development technologies, they realize the importance of being educated continually in the latest available technologies which ensures that clients receive only the best service available.
"There’s been a growing trend in the last few years. Maybe you’ve noticed it in your website’s dwindling traffic or the increased difficulty you’ve had making the front page of Google. Maybe you’ve bought ads online for the first time or resigned yourself to the conclusion that you’re stuck with traditional advertising."
But what if something else is at play? What if all your customers have just… disappeared?Click here to get all the details on this Pssst Posters site...
January 25, 2012
It’s cool when people under promise and over deliver right?
Well, according to the Japanese blog Macotakara, that’s exactly what the folks at iHospital predicted as related to them by their good friends at Apple were doing with the iPad 3 introduction date. In one of iHospital's previous post, 5 Epic epic features of the new iPad 3, they informed everyone that it was expected to debut in March or April, 2012. Perhaps they were wrong!
Here’s the original lowdownClick here to get all the details on this Pssst Posters site...
January 20, 2012
Stepxen opened up a Twitter account in March of 2009. He wasn’t really sure why other than he needed a Twitter account.
"I was very confused about the real purpose of it. I still see people today that are really confused about what the heck it’s even good for. I have learned recently that it is a pretty neat tool to have at your disposal."
"I’ve always kind of thought that having a Facebook account kept you in touch with everyone but we end up having friends, people who add us because we have friends in common, former friends, enemies, etc… And then we have to see what all of these people are doing or thinking, or they may comment on what we are doing ..."
"Twitter on the other hand is a little different, you follow someone that you want to follow, you see what they say… You just read a “tweet” from someone and keep going... "
So Stepxen gets it.. he get's Twitter... and wrote a nice explanation for us... Drop by and read his stuff!Click here to get all the details on this Pssst Posters site...
September 30, 2011
A cyber worm experts believe was designed to knock out Iran's nuclear facilities has the security industry seeing red -- and rightly so. Replicating the virus would be easy, say experts, thanks to an easily accessible black market for destructive programming code.Visit Pssst Post: Pssst.... Wanna Buy a Dangerous Security Hack?
September 05, 2011
In February, the news broke that the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority had allocated the final blocks of IPv4 addresses to the five Regional Internet Registries to be distributed to parties within their respective geographic zones. Since then, some of those registries have depleted their pools of allocated addresses; the rest will likely run out soon. Simply put, the demand for IPv4 addresses from businesses, organizations, Internet users and others has exceeded the available supply. This is, of course, a problem. But what does it mean at a practical level?Visit Pssst Post: Pssst.... Rare IPv4 Addresses For Sale! Get Them While You Can!
September 02, 2011
Don’t mess around with the Got Milk slogan.
This slogan has become such a cultural mainstay that we see variations of it all the time.
But what many people don’t realize is that it’s trademarked. California Milk Processor Board has multiple trademarks to the slogan and related slogans.Visit Pssst Post: Pssst.... “Got Milk?” is a Trademark
August 06, 2011
New Yorkers are protective of Grand Central Terminal, that Beaux-Arts masterpiece built in 1913 and restored in 1998. So, when word seeped out that Apple planned a store in the balconies of the great hall, there was bound to be a lot of curiosity. We certainly were curious. What did Apple have in mind? A large glass apple rivaling the great clock?Visit Pssst Post: Pssst.... Wanna Know About the New Apple Store?
February 17, 2011
Web publishers are starting to believe, according to The New York Times, that the most effective way to build a following is to find readers on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, an approach being coined as S.M.O., or social media optimization. This could have multiple effects, one of which is setting a standard for the quality of articles floating around in cyberspace and crawled by Google, since the best way to get links on Twitter is to write something people want to read and share with friends.Visit Pssst Post: Pssst.... Google is testing new "social search" feature, steering away from pure S.E.O.
January 10, 2011
Why do the younger generation and students pirate music, software and television and movies? Failing main street shops? Or plain old exploitation of weak systems? It’s not all about the money.Visit Pssst Post: Why young people pirate (Pssst: It's not just about money)