Richard Branson 5 Tips to Start a Successful Business

Five great tips for Richard Branson on  how to simply start a successful business.   1. Listen more than you talk We have two ears and one mouth, using them in proportion is not a bad idea! To be a good leader you have to be a great listener. Brilliant ideas can spring from the […]

Google Maps Goes Underwater

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the first underwater panoramas in Google Maps We’ve added the very first underwater panoramic images to Google Maps, the next step in our quest to provide people with the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world. With these vibrant and stunning photos you don’t have to […]

Supercharge your WordPress site

Google is always trying to improve the users experience. This is the reason they add page load time their algorithm in ranking sites. Everybody is in a hurry, nobody wants to wait for a slow loading site. With more and more sites using WordPress it’s important that your fully optimize your WordPress for speed. Fortunately, […]

Are you hiding from Google ?

Everyone wants to appear first in a Google search. With Google latest release of Penguin they are trying hard to reward sites with GOOD content, while at the same time penalizing sites trying to “game” the system. People spend countless hours and vast sums of money optimizing their site. This is important to maximize your […]

Cool Timeline showing 40 year growth of non-profit

Shannon Houston the Assistant Director for Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford was proud of the work and accomplishments of LVGH and wanted to celebrate in a special way. Bill Kelly from Kelly Design, created a gorgeous PDF of their 2013 Annual Report, complete with photos and snippets of text highlighting various milestones in the 40 […]

Linkedin announces New Business Pages

LinkedIn announced this month new redesigned business profiles, which are officially known as Company Pages. These new pages contain company specific business look similar to Facebook’s business page. Business can even add large Cover Photos similar to their Facebook Business Page. “We know a picture is worth a thousand words, so we’ve provided companies with […]

Where’s Walden? GPS Often Doesn’t Know

My company gets its inspiration from Henry David Thoreau. Years ago before GPS I was able to locate and visit Walden Pond using a paper map. Today it may be difficult to find WITH GPS For more info please read article published in the NY Times yesterday (Sunday September 1)   LYNN, Mass. — Walden […]

Latest Launch Bar Bouche Madison CT

Please take a peek at out latest launch, Bar Bouche in Madison CT. This delightful, boisterous restaurant recreates an authentic French bistro from the imported Parisian zinc bar to the tiled floors and brings it to Madison Connecticut. Some awards include “2012 Hot Top 10 CT Restaurants”—Gayot, 2012 (4 Stars). I strongly suggest taking advantage […]

Facedeal takes facial recognition to new extremes

A new app is being tested in Nashville, Tenn., that can check in people on Facebook and send them offers using facial-recognition cameras. Called Facedeals, the new service uses cameras installed at businesses’ front doors to read people’s faces as they enter. If the people who come in are users of the app, they will be […]

Pinterest Finally Ditches Invitations, Now Lets Anyone Sign Up

Calling all chefs, wedding planners, stylists, and crafty-types: Pinterest has just opened registration to the public after two years of requiring an invite to join. Anyone can now sign up with Twitter, Facebook, or just an email address. Seems that $100 million cash infusion from Rakuten bought it some operations engineers. Click here for the […]