I just fixed your computer.

Hello. I just spent about six hours fixing your computer. It was infected with several viruses, about two dozen bits of malware, and more than one thousand individual malicious registry keys, cookies, and Internet Explorer add-ons.  No, I’m not exaggerating. As a part of this process, I did the following things: 1. I ran noContinue reading “I just fixed your computer.”

Creating a Google-Friendly Website

Creating a Google-Friendly Website: As I do this for a living, I thought I’d offer a simple list for anyone who could derive some benefit from the advice. Disclaimer: the advice I offer here is based upon a great deal of research and personal and professional experience, but lest you misunderstand my intentions, I’m notContinue reading “Creating a Google-Friendly Website”

VPN, OR Non-technical people making technical decisions

My understanding of VPN was something like Terminal Services for Windows, and didn’t include getting around regional or corporate restrictions: it simply never occurred to me. I visited the AceVPN.com website. Their website was a joy to read, especially after all the look-at-me’s I had to wade through before finding it.

TechInfoGroup.com…GoDaddy in disguise?

I think Bob Parsons is making a mistake with his cavalier attitude toward the issue: if you read his blog, anyone who complains is dismissed as a prudish minority. What he forgets is that people are more likely to speak in support of something than against it, and those who are against it will simply take their money elsewhere. Like we are.