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[Note: This newsletter was also sent out via email, but I am posting it here as well.  If you've already seen it, no point in reading twice.]

Oops.  This "monthly" newsletter hasn't "sent itself" since March.  I guess getting busy isn't bad, but it's time to officially retire this newsletter. I've started to put company announcements, hints and tips, and general commentary here instead.

(Something didn't feel right about blasting out emails like that every month anyways.)

Let's face it. Facebook caught on because next to Myspace, it was tolerable.  Myspace is notorious for having glittery, flashy, overdone, obnoxious pages that can give you a headache in a matter of seconds.  Plus, music.  Without my consent!

I'm done.  Let's take a look at what facebook changed and why it's better:

Old Home Page

Awkward "Appilcations" menu on the left, news feed in the middle, announcements, pokes on the right.

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What a support group.

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In this entry, I will share some of my personal tricks regarding organizing your Web site and email so that you can access your information from the road, and not worry about losing important messages.

 

We're now running on a new hosting server.  All of our hosting clients will now enjoy a beefier, more robust server, featuring RAID drives, automatic backups, and a secure firewall.

 

I am a Cingular (AT&T) wireless customer, so I figured that when the time came to pick up a Broadband Wireless card for my laptop, it would be a no brainer - head to the ATT store and add it on to my existing plan.  Right? Wrong.

Nate, Thank you - so much - for everything.  From quarterbacking, organizing, hooking up your laptop and showing the discussed sites, to being a calming influence during the prepatory discussions.

I appreciate it all. You really helped the Chamber to produce a truly successful workshop!

Amanda M. Soler
Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce

 

Mac logoI just picked up a 15" MacBook Pro, and I'm never going back. I made the jump from Windows Vista Ultimate Edition, using Outlook 2003 Professional; now using Mac OSX with Apple's included software - Mail, iCal, and Address Book. It even syncs with my Blackberry!