Google Analytics Accounts Explained

By Web Design

If you manage more than a few sites – and specifically if you manage sites for others – and you’re using Google Analytics, you’re bound to run into this issue sooner or later. Unfortunately if you’ve setup your accounts the wrong way, Google won’t have a shoulder for you to cry on if you need to move some properties around.

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Look Ma, No Hands – BOA’s Tap & Pay

By Tech

Bank of America now offers a Contactless Payment device called Tap & Pay aimed at mobile device users. The “Device” is really just an RFID chip – like those found in other smart cards, that allows you to make purchases without physically swiping a card through a terminal. The device is smaller – about 1″ x 2″ – basically the same size as the mini companion cards Bank of America customers may be accustomed to. How well does it work? Read on past the break to find out.

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Simple, Cheap Digital Signage

By Tech, Web Design

With the Holiday’s Just around the corner, large televisions are plentiful, and available on the cheap. I’ve seen 32″ Models going for as little as $149 and 42″ models going for as little as $199. Pair it up with an old computer – in my case, an old mac mini – and you’ve got yourself the basic ingredients for a powerful networked digital display for probably less than you’d spend on a couple color vinyl banners or full-color posters.

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The Importance of Abstraction

By Web Design

Without much thought, we’ve effectively abstracted the stream of thought into the medium of our choice. Nobody needs to know that the article was originally written for print, or for a computer, or for a tablet, and nobody cares. The information comes through, whatever channel the consumer chooses. It’s simplicity is almost stupid, and it’s reach is unparalleled.

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