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Development

A Beginner’s Guide to Web Hosting

What is web hosting? Whenever you visit a website, what you see on your web browser is essentially just a web page that is downloaded from the web server onto your web browser. In general, a web site is made up of many web pages. And a web page is basically composed of texts and graphic images. All these web pages need to be stored on the web servers so that online users can visit your website. Therefore, if you…
November 26, 2007
Design

Mobile Gamers are Growing

According to a recent study done by eMarketer, mobile gaming downloads, worldwide, are going to double in size to 460 million downloads by 2009. Americans are invested too deep in different technological devices to probably see any shifts in the next few years, but we are going to see significant changes in large developing countries for 2 reasons. First, these countries have never had the disposable income to buy any gaming devices. Second, mobile subscriber rates are increasing significantly in…
November 21, 2007
Marketing

Google’s Expanding Dominance

Google's decision to launch an entire mobile Internet platform instead of just a single phone might be the best decision they have ever made. Google knows that what they are good at is the Internet, plain and simple. They aren't AT&T or Motorola and they have nothing to do with wireless communication. However, they are the dominant force on Internet search and Internet applications like Google Maps, Google AdWords, etc... So now that they will be leveraging their new mobile…
November 21, 2007
Design

Green Art Show Rocked

I had the honor to do a painting for an art show titled green. Along side a list of 40 other well acclaimed artists I produced a 24" x 24" wood canvas titled Thanks for the Holiday. The goal was to explore human interaction with nature. This show is on exhibit until December 22 at Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica. Big Thanks to Mark Murphy at Murphydesign.com for curating this show and including me in the shear awsomeness. (more…)
November 21, 2007