Wix Website Builder – Is It Worth It?
Last week a friend of mine was asking for advice about setting up a website for her son’s budding clothing company. More specifically, she asked about a company called Wix – a DIY website builder. Wix offers many different website templates with the ability to drag and drop pieces into place without the need to…Read More
Launched: Daptone Records’ Super Soul Superstore Website
We are excited to announce the much anticipated redesign of the new Daptone Records Super Soul Super Store. The website completion comes just in time for the Charles Bradley pre-order of his new album “Victim of Love“, which is officially released April 2. In addition to recording artist information, news and tour dates the Daptone Records website…Read More
iFrankenDock: The Frankenstein’s Monster Of Car iPhone Docks. A DIY love story.
Most of us havent touched a cassette tape since the 1990’s, and personally I havent really even used CD’s much for music in a very long time. For the past 8 or 9 years my music format of choice has been MP3. I really love listening to music in my car because it’s the best place…Read More
Mobile Websites with Sean Sloan at LeTip West Orange County
Discussion about the Mobile Websites & Mobile Marketing At LeTip Orange County Thursday Meetings, Sean Sloan, Director of Online Marketing for Open Interactive, recently presented a talk about the latest mobile computing technologies and marketing tools associated to small devices such as smart phones or tablets (Iphones, Ipads…). Read the article on LeTip West Orange…Read More
Mobile app days are numbered.
As the commercial says, there’s an app for that. But, the app gold rush days are numbered. Amidst all the Apple, Android and Blackberry apps, mobile development is starting to look back to its roots. Web-based applications are becoming more popular for a variety of reasons. Most importantly, Portability, Market Size, Ease of upgrading application and the elimination…Read More
3 Tips to Speed up your iPhone 3G (iOS4)
While I am a gadget guy through and through, I am a late-early adopter of technology because i want all of the problems to be tested and worked out by others before I spend a lot of money. So promptly as the iPhone 3GS came out, i made the iPhone jump. Apple had just dropped…Read More
Mobile Web Geolocation in the Browser
w3C Geolocation API gives Mobile websites the ability to take advantage of GPS location for web applications. Tons of services are offering web sites and web apps with location awareness. Andrew Markham explains the API with code and demonstrates an integration with the Google Maps API. Find out where it’s at by reading “Geolocation in…Read More
What’s a QR code?
Have you seen these wacky looking black and white squares on signs, stickers, billboards or magazine ads? They’re called QR codes (Quick Response), and they are a great way to link humans in the real world to your information online. What is a QR code? A QR Code is basically a fancy barcode, which has encoded…Read More