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1and1 Germany (1und1) Servers down

The well known Internet Service Provider in Germany 1und1, also known as 1and1 in North America is experiencing severe problems with its network. This has resulted in outages for 1und1 customers’ email and websites.
The 1&1 outage also affected FSnD’s servers for a short while. So if any of our customers were having problems with accessing their emails, this is why. Continue reading

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Multiple Social Media Posts with one WordPress Post – News, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Blogger/Blogspot, Delicious

if you want your website and thus your services to be found on the Web. If you do not advertise your company website and services on the Internet’s new Social Media platforms such as Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Blogger/Blogspot and Delicious you will receive less visitors to your pages. It is no longer enough to just have a nice website or blog. The new media needs to be served too. Continue reading

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Google’s Penguin Update causes uproar for India’s SEO experts!

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I just stumbled upon this great bog entry. It tells how loads of Indian so called SEO experts are now out of a job, due to the last algorithm update by Google, called Penguin. Google finally decided to put an end to the wide spread spamming tactics of thousands of Indian ‘Internet Experts’.

The article stated that there would be a big increase in the jobless rate in the Indian computer industry Continue reading

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Dealing with the Quirks of different Browsers in Typo3

Everyone who has created or worked on a larger website project has experienced the problem of dealing with the multitude of different browsers out there and their various quirks and failings. The plathoria of browsers goes from various versions of … Continue reading

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Typo3, the Revolution in Webpage Creation and how I found it

I am originally a software developer. I work with C++ and develop Windows applications that interface with exotic hardware or with databases. I’ve been doing that for over 20 years now. Just a few years ago, if someone had suggested … Continue reading

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