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To help you and your customer save time, it’s standard practice to bundle such common questions about our products and services into an FAQ page. Read More
Do you think your website could be a little more robust? Are you losing customers and not sure why? Try A/B testing. Here's how! Read More
When you start reading about the options you have to start a new business, you’ll almost certainly come across discussions of what it takes to get a business loan — particularly if you approach the whole thing from a broad level. Read More
There’s no question that different programming languages are useful for different projects — it’s hard to justify completing every single project that comes across your desk in the same language, unless you only know the one. But while it’s often a good idea to be able to code in different language Read More
I generally prefer to only post reviews of books and other resources that I’m completely enthusiastic about. I don’t want to waste your time or mine on something that isn’t worth the effort; at the very least, I don’t want to have to read a crappy book all the way through, just for the sake of writ Read More
The life you have today is not the life that you have to have tomorrow. That may sound like an oversimplification, but the truth is that we each make a choice everyday to continue to live the lives we already have; just getting out of bed each morning is a choice we make. We could always just decid Read More
Catalog Choice operates a deceptively simple service: if you get too much junk mail (the physical kind — not spam), you can go online to the Catalog Choice website and opt out. That move between the offline and online requires some special consideration. The site was acquired by TrustedID in 2012. Read More
You’ve gone to the effort of creating a valuable product. You know how much your work is worth, which can make it very difficult to decide when is an appropriate time to give away something that you’ve worked so hard on.
But there are times when it makes sense to give away a copy or two of your pr Read More
You have certain obligations when it comes to security; even if you don’t collect giant piles of information about your users, most of the people who use anything you build will assume that their information is private. A security breach, even a minor one, can disrupt the trust your users have in y Read More
This week has been a little crazy, at least in North America: the East Coast got a Frankenstorm as an early Halloween present, while the West Coast got an earthquake and a stack of tsunami warnings. It seems like an ideal time to talk about how to handle a natural disaster, especially if you have c Read More

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