To Shopping Cart or not to Shopping Cart?

Shopping carts have become a ubiquitos concept on the Web. It seems that everyone from mom and pop stores to huge corporations have shopping carts on their web sites. Everywhere you shop online, each site has its own little handbasket for you to drop its products off in. The other day a new start-up company …

Accessible Web Sites Get More Visitors

If there is still any doubt about why businesses should require that their web pages be accessible, this report from ElectricNewsNet explains how accessible pages can be viewed by more visitors than non-accessible pages. It also brings up a good point about maintaining that accessibility standard after the site has been created. Accessibility is an …

Business Cards, the Essential Networking Tool

Networking, as in social and business networking, relies on persistence. Interestingly, the concept can be extended to apply to computer networking as well. One of the underlying communications protocols of the Internet, ICMP (a part of the TCP/IP protocol suite) plays a very important role in creating connections between computers, and ensuring that these connections …

Business Cents for Style Sense

This interesting article by Christopher Simmons is worth a read if you’ve got a spare moment or two. I caught it from the RSS feed from Lockergnome Web Developer this morning. Christopher Simmons raises some good points that I have yet to fully digest. As I begin my own entry to the Wonderful World of …