Competition is definitely the word when it comes to sports. For ages, individuals have awed and marveled at nimble sportspersons taking to a court or field to display their athletic prowess. Competition can also be used to describe the realm of information technology. However, what happens when both technology and sports are combined together?
The American education system is broken. This should come as no surprise, seeing as how this system has essentially remained unchanged since the country was first founded. Due to this largely ineffective and archaic method of pedagogy, the majority of students have started to fall behind other industrialized nations. A recent study shows that out of 30 countries tested, American students ranked 25th and 21st in math and science, respectively.
Last week, you were just going along planning the same old Search Engine Optimization (SEO) game, making sure your website was optimized so that search engines would rank it highly in search results. You were making sure you had a good keyword density and high quality backlinks. Then, Google comes along and throws you a curveball, Search plus Your World. Google updated Google Search by adding a deeper integration of Google+ into search results including suggesting “People and Pages on Google+” to add to your Google+ circles based on your search query. In one fell swoop, Google has completely changed SEO.
One of the largest and most prominent consumer electronics conventions in the world is the annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), hosted in Las Vegas every January. Over the course of the four day convention, major manufacturers unveil their newest and most groundbreaking products… Many manufactures are taking a different approach at this year’s CES and are showcasing what they call “Smart TV’s” that will connect to and integrate with your existing Internet connection.
What is reality? Now, there’s a question that shouldn’t require much thought. However, in this day and age, a query that simple could generate some unusual responses. You see, 2012 has officially arrived and already nerds and researchers alike are all abuzz regarding a fairly new sensation sweeping the world of information technology, and it has nothing to do with Apple.
In July, we launched our brand new Affiliate Referral Program. It is an easy program that rewards you for referring people to HostDime by paying you! You can be paid in account credits or through Paypal even if you are not a HostDime client.
Prevalent is definitely the word when it comes to blogging for business nowadays. In fact, it may be safe to say that blogs are undoubtedly the in-thing when it comes to Internet related content for corporations and conglomerates. After gaining mainstream appeal in the mid-2000’s, blogging has been used as a means to either inform, educate or promote readers – three beneficial things that some businesses strive to do with their respective customers. However, when it comes to crafting a successful blog, there are some key things to steer clear of.
When it comes to writing for their websites, some corporate executives may shudder in fear. The truth is that it can be a daunting task. This is factual. While writing may come as easy as drafting a corporate proposal to some businesspersons, it can really be a pain to others. There are rules and guidelines to follow, and without the correct punctuation, grammar, or sentence structure, some readers may be turned off by the arrangement. So, how do you craft the perfect piece of writing?
Laziness, a word defined as being resistant to work or exertion, or merely disposed to idleness, is something that many Americans deal with on an everyday basis. In fact, it may be safe to say that everyone has a moment of sluggishness from time to time. This could be especially true for those that have become slaves to technology…not that there’s anything particularly wrong with that. After all, technological doodads and gadgets have helped revolutionize the way that many individuals go about their day to day activities. However, has the digital age turned people lazy?
Ask anyone born in the early seventies and chances are they’ll tell you that trends come and go. It is a fact of life, and while that piece of information may apply to bellbottoms and platform shoes, the same can be said about technology. A constantly evolving collection of machines, systems, tools and techniques, technology has spawned a slew of crazes including the 3D revolution. What once began with simple glasses boasting red and blue lenses has now generated three-dimensional films, video games, flat-screen television sets and an array of movies. However, has America outgrown the 3D fad?