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Overview of Open Source eCommerce Platforms

Let’s Talk About Open Source eCommerce Platforms eCommerce platforms come in all types of shapes,…

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Google’s Fix Mobile Usability Message

Google’s Message If you were one of the folks who received a notice from Google…

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Why You Should Backup Your Data

Back That Data Up! Let’s face the facts, we are living in a world that…

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Keyboard Magic

Keyboard Magic   Whether we are driving our cars, or sitting in front of a…

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New API in the works for Volusion

New API in the works for Volusion In addition to the New Theme Engine and…

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Ecommerce Just Got Weird

1. Bacon craze Is it wrong that we think the only thing bacon should be…

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It’s a Phone! It’s a Computer! Now It’s a Wallet?

major typhoons like Google, Apple and Nokia are developing phones that can act as a credit card. According to Google, mobile ecommerce is expected to grow by leaps and bounds, quadrupling in size up to $630 billion. This latest innovation that may boost those numbers significantly.

David Sarno from the L.A. Times says that this application, soon to be available on Android smartphones, will have near-field communication, or NFC — the radio technology that allows phones to talk to credit card terminals wirelessly. Using built-in microchips, the phones can conduct digital conversations with credit card reading devices on par with those found in store checkout lines.

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Myspace: The Zombie That Won’t Be Killed?

Back in the age of dinosaurs, Myspace was all the rage. If you wanted to…

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Troubleshooting with the Scientific Method

Today, one of our good friend’s stopped by the office and asked us to take…

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Internet vs Humans: Strength in Numbers

I was on a template site and I saw an ad for turnkey websites, you…

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Office Armory

When you live at the office as much as we do, there are times when…

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