The Future of Internet Security

The Future of Internet Security

On April 7th 2014 the Heartbleed Bug was made public creating more safety concerns about the security of storing sensitive and personal data on the Internet. The Heartbleed Bug is a security breach in OpenSSL (the Secure part of the Internet that keeps personal data...
Build a Responsive Website with Bootstrap

Build a Responsive Website with Bootstrap

Tablets and mobile devices have reinvented the World Wide Web, as we know it. We can now browse sites anywhere in the world faster, more efficiently and from a plethora of devices from a sleek and stylish desktop to a mobile phone smaller than a deck of cards. With...
The Hashtags Redefined Powerful Role

The Hashtags Redefined Powerful Role

Hashtags are a common social media character that has been invigirated causing  some to love it, hate it and other fear it. With the dawn of the new social media age the four crisscrossing lines no longer represent just a phone number. The hashtag has mutated into...
Detecting Mobile Traffic from your Site

Detecting Mobile Traffic from your Site

Mobile devices have evolved the way we live our lives. We can stay connected 24 hours a day to our friends, families, breaking news, entertainment and find out pretty much anything that is going on right now. We can search the web, find that perfect recipe for dinner...
Posterous shutting down as of April 30th

Posterous shutting down as of April 30th

Posterous has announced they will be shutting down as of April 30th. If you are using posterous and want to download all of your content before they shut down then below is the message I received from Sachin Agarwal with the steps to take. Posterous launched in 2008....
Apple Products vs Microsoft Surface

Apple Products vs Microsoft Surface

Yesterday I decided to run out and check out the new Microsoft Surface and Apple iPad mini. The first thing I noticed and I am always amazed by is not the products themselves but the popularity of the Apple store. It’s crazy that on a Monday afternoon the Apple...