Articles on: Technology

Filling Needs and Exceeding Expectations

The following isn’t meant to be a product endorsement, but an example of one company that both filled a need and exceeded expectations.   Hopefully it will challenge you to look at your products or services in a similar light and ask similar questions. As technology continues to change at break neck speeds, we’re led to […]

Cutting the cord and Gleicher’s Formula

We all do it from time to time.  We waffle back and forth on a decision and when we finally decide to follow through and do it, the only question we end up asking ourselves is, “Why did I wait so long to do that?”   Why is it so hard to change?   This past […]

Discover 2 Cloud tools that will rock your Biz!

The Cloud…it’s everywhere!  You can’t walk down the street, check your twitter feed or shop (at Amazon) without hearing about the Cloud!  The Cloud of course is cloud based computing…basically it’s the ability to do stuff online without knowing the physical location of where all that computing magic is happening. Cloud capabilities can include services […]

How do you remember all of your stuff?

  photo by exfordy I like to keep track of stuff – notes I take during a meeting, ideas that come up at odd times and get thrown onto a post-it note, a cool website I run across, powerful images I could use for blog posts, interesting videos or a important emails.  Historically I haven’t […]

Check out 3 new surprising sites for your business!

I continue to be surprised with some of the cool applications and sites that pop up… a lot of free stuff and generally pretty innovative!  From a business standpoint, free may not be the best way to go, but I think the developers are in a tough situation.  If you want people to find your […]

2 Desktop Tools that can help you get stuff done

  photo by flattop341  When your hard drive goes up in smoke you likely will end up losing some data, but you will also need to re-install all of those tools that you use to get stuff done.  The basics – Word, Excel, etc. are pretty straightforward, but if you’re like me, you’ve probably collected […]