For the average Internet user, web design may be no man’s land. It could seem a world beyond one’s grasp, something that is best left to the pros. While there is truth in that – in all likelihood, the pros can do a better job with less effort – it does not discount the possibility of a newbie or a non-pro creating a simple web site that looks good and functions well. Truth be told, I believe that while there are people who are born with an eye for good design, that eye can be developed with time and practice as well.
If you are a not a professional web designer but you want to be able to create something that you would not be ashamed to show to the world, you’ve come to the right place. There is a lot to learn in this field, but I have put together some essential web design tips that will help you come up with something you can be proud of!
The freedom of information online has spearheaded revolutions in retail, marketing, politics, and (perhaps most dramatically) entertainment. The transformation of all these fields has been rapidly paced and disruptive to traditional institutions which had grown comfortable in the way that things were done. Finally, the wave of change has now reached the world of higher education, and the way that people study and think about learning will never be the same. Read more
Google Glass is speeding ahead towards its release, which is still far away, but it already has unleashed the enthusiasm of many individuals and businesses. The API is in the hands of developers, the first third-party applications are already being tested (such as Twitter), and people like Robert Scoble are convinced that this is the future of personal devices. In short, there is a lot of hype. But is it justified? Read more
Web seminar or webinar is the latest method of providing and getting information over the Internet. In simplest terms, webinars are seminars conducted over the Internet. It can take the form of a lecture, a workshop or other related online presentation. Why would anyone for that matter view webinars on mobile devices?
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We’ve all had those days…the clock just seems to stand still, and no matter what you do, it feels as if you are wading through a pool of jelly. It’s bad enough if this happens when you’re at work – with lots on your plate but with no motivation to get things done – but it’s worse when it’s a free day and you ought to be enjoying yourself.
You may have your phone or tablet to keep you busy, but sometimes, even those shiny gadgets can’t give you the satisfaction that you want. That’s when browser MMO games come in very handy. We know that MMO stands for “massively multiplayer online”, and cool name notwithstanding, these kinds of games really do tend to get your hooked. The end result? Time goes by without you noticing it. Indeed, you’ll probably want more hours in the day to be able to play more. But that’s a totally different story. Read more