Having good customer service is far more important than selling a good product. Why? Because it only takes one negative experience to turn customers away from you, no matter how good your product is or how deeply loyal the customer may have previously been to your brand.
Say what you will about competing commercial operating systems, but at least they install easily. Linux, or at least the Linux distros trying to be Windows clones, for all their advantages are still daunting to newbies. Here’s a brief recount of my trials and tribulations and, eventually, my success.
Apple’s iPod has some compatibility problems with USB and it has a nasty way of showing it, too.
Would you pay $1 to watch commercial-free television? I wouldn’t; I already got rid of my television service.
Browsing web content is not like browsing a printed magazine or catalogue. If the quality of a site is not up to sniff, there are numerous reasons for leaving instantly. And those reasons are multiplying.
It has been happening all day; an unshakable feeling of fogginess, lack of conecntration, the inability to to clear my head or focus my eyesight. Everything seems unsteady, shaky, vulnerable to some form of toxic gas or radioactivity that would permeate everything. Dread, heavyness, and confusion have been the only certain things today. And I […]
I have been fighting the battle of finding sources of motivation my whole life. The reason I quit school was because it was not motivating. I have huge problems doing anything I don’t want to be doing, and this went well beyond the standard “rebellious teen” stereotype I was frequently pinned with. My moods and […]
Fedora Core 3 installation issues leads to experiments with Knoppix instead, and the realization that sometimes old computers just need new parts to learn new tricks. Also, I whistled for the first time ever! Weird, no?
I finally get my hands on the innards of computers. Once I had the box open, I just couldn’t stop playing, providing the final motivation for giving Linux a serious go.
Dave Hyatt, a developer of Apple’s Safari web browser offered some amazingly enlightening insight into the nightmares of browser developers the other day. The only thing I can think to say is: Dave, thanks for trying. This is a great example of how IE’s inconsistent rendering behavior has long-lasting negative effects on the adoption of […]