Cost Vs Quality: Do Not Skimp On These Elements for an Excellent Website Design

This is a guest post by Charlie Brown. Any sensible entrepreneur wants to squeeze a dollar out a dime because after all, you are out there to make money, right? You need to be able to get the best quality of products and services for your business at the lowest possible price in order to make any kind of profit. While that is good business sense, it can sometimes be taken too far. There are Continue Reading

Quick Updates for August 2014

I like writing update type of posts because it's very casual to write and I can finish it in one sitting. It's also very spontaneous so there's not much effort needed here especially if you're feeling lazy like me. :) Without further ado, here we go. Completing the Redesign I wrote about a blog design update post some months ago but still I haven't finalized everything yet. It's getting closer Continue Reading

Some Thoughts on Storing Photos Online

I started taking pictures back in 2007 when I was in my early college days and like most people, I only used a point-and-shoot digital camera to take photos. Back then, I would store the photos on my hard drive and then upload it on Friendster. Technology has evolved and from Friendster, I started uploading them to Multiply, then Facebook and then now Instagram. Looking back I realized that Continue Reading

Alternative funding options for small and medium sized companies

This is a guest post by Isabella Ramos. The difficulty of securing a traditional bank loan for SMEs has been well documented.  Given the reluctance of banks to lend, owners of small companies are being forced to look for more innovative types of funding to grow their business. But how do they do it? Awareness and information keys to success Recent research conducted by OnePoll indicates that Continue Reading

Evolution of the Smartphone: From Business Luxury to Everyman’s Essential

This is a guest post by Pierre-Adrien Mongin. From IBM’s Simon in 1993, the first phone to feature touch screen qwerty keyboard and email, to today's Apple mania and continuous proliferation of new devices: we have witnessed the rapid evolution of the smartphone. Now that we are in a position where touch phones are essentially the norm, how much has really changed since its awkward beginnings? Continue Reading

Getting into Live Streaming Games

I have not considered myself a gamer despite staying in front of a computer 85% of the time. And even when I do play, it's mostly just one game which is NBA (EA before and 2K in the past 3-4 years) and nothing else. Add the fact that I'm employed to a company where playing games and live streaming it is the main thing and it becomes even weirder. A quick look at my background would make it less Continue Reading