The evolution of the resume

June 24th, 2011

The classic resume is a standard of professionalism that has been agreed upon between prospective employees and prospective employers since the dawn of the barter system. The traditional resume typically consists of a white piece of paper, size 12 font, and an easy to read list of skills and accomplishments designed to convince any reader that the author is a talented and skilled worker.

The dawn of a new Internet

June 22nd, 2011

In the not too distant future, you might start to see websites that end in .food or .microsoft.


In a special session on Monday, June 20, the Internet’s governing body voted 13-1 to allow, in theory, an near-infinite number of new domain endings.

How to use video for your business

June 15th, 2011

Web video is a very basic and effective way to convey information about a business, yet many businesses still aren’t utilizing it. If you’ve been wondering how you can use videos for your business, take a look at these great examples.


Happy customers are usually more than willing to share their great stories about companies.

Attitude Matters in Small Business

June 10th, 2011

Being successful in business is due in large part to your mindset. Professional skill and connections can take you far, but if you lack a personable demeanor, you might find success to be out of reach. At its core, business is about relating to people by way of offering goods or services.

IPv6 – what does it mean?

June 8th, 2011

You’ve most likely heard over the last few weeks that the Internet will soon be experiencing a big change. The modification you’ve been hearing about is the transition to IPv6, which many people are still unclear about. Read on for an explanation of IPv6 and what it could mean for you.

The Pros and Cons of Using Computer Tablets

June 3rd, 2011

Computer tablets have become tremendously popular since the introduction of Apple’s iPad in 2010. Competitors have released their own versions and, almost overnight, a new technological commodity has become a competing force in the business world.

A guide to NFC mobile chips

June 1st, 2011

The way in which we pay for things has changed drastically over the decades. Technologies like credit cards and PayPal make payments far simpler than in the past. NFC, or Near Field Communication, technology hopes to simplify payments even more by allowing people to transmit data from one device to another.