Tales of our journey
through the digital
Much was made of the epic fight for the Best Picture Oscar this year, which was essentially duked out between James Cameron’s Avatar, and Kathryn Bigelow’s The Hurt Locker. The films couldn’t be more different. Avatar is a technical tour de force set in a digital fantasyland. The Hurt Locker is a taut, suspenseful drama set in an all-too-real war zone. Both directors succeeded in realizing their creative visions. But what different visions they were. Cameron’s required a $237 million…
In a perfect world, we’d all have unlimited budgets to lavish on our websites & related online efforts. (Also in a perfect world I’d look like Angelina Jolie and have an unlimited designer shoe budget—but that’s another post.) Alas, those of us living in the real world need to deal with pesky things like cost and time constraints. That means we sometimes (okay, usually) need to scale back our lofty ambitions for top-to-bottom redesigns, custom application development, whiz-bang widgets, etc,…
Here are the 7 things a non-technical person needs to know to have an intelligent conversation with an IT person about domain names (and DNS, too).
All too often, company web sites are forced to live through Groundhog Day over and over again. Pages with high bounce rates or poor converting landing pages are never optimized. Every day, the site continues to drive away visitors or lose sales. How can you keep your site from suffering this fate?
On this 8th anniversary of the still-unimaginable attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, this date that will forever be known by its numerical shorthand, we take a moment to remember.