Oct 092014
 October 9, 2014
Day 24 - E-Verify for Employers and Employees

I have been away for awhile, but I have been writing posts when possible.  So, we are going to continue where we left off. I am currently enrolled in a Payroll class at the local community college.  I will be posting interesting tidbits from the class as they are relevant to technology. If you hire […]

Sep 272014
 September 27, 2014
Day 23 - Emotional Marketing Value Headline Analyzer

Here is an interesting tool for you to play with if you blog.  The Advanced Marketing Institute has developed an Emotional Marketing Value Headline Analyzer. “This free tool will analyze your headline to determine the Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) score. As you know, reaching your customers in an deep and emotional way is a key to successful […]

Sep 262014
 September 26, 2014
Day 22 - Ello, The Anti-Facebook

Have you hear of Ello yet?  If not, here are five articles to get you updated. What’s up with Ello, the anti-Facebook social network? by Mashable Ello Embraces Facebook Users Irked by ‘Real Name’ Demands by PC Magazine Ello might or might not replace Facebook, but the giant social network won’t last forever by The […]

Sep 252014
 September 25, 2014
Day 21 - Teenager Hangouts

Scrolling through my Facebook feed, I saw a post reminding people not to air their dirty laundry on Facebook.  And I was initially taken back, because the people invited last to Facebook are now telling the first people on how to use it. Facebook was designed as a virtual hangout for college students.  It slowly […]

Sep 242014
 September 24, 2014
Day 20 - Thumbnails in New Tab on Chrome

In Internet Basics today, one of my students asked if you could change the thumbnails under the Google search bar when you open a new tab? I did a little bit of research and there is a way, but I don’t recommend it for the average user.  Google did not make the thumbnails customizable, so […]