Today is the Day

It’s 2019.  Now that the holiday festivities are nestled in our memories and the confetti has been swept away, we can concentrate on the new year ahead of us.  On the first day of a new year, we resolve to make positive changes in our lives. Today’s decisions will legislate our future. Whatever lies ahead, let’s resolve to put our best foot… Read more →

A Hot & Cool Website

Audubon Cesco is a locally owned and operated business that’s been helping customers with their home heating, air conditioning, and swimming pool maintenance needs since 1935.  They also have a pool supply store which carries a wide variety of equipment, supplies and services to keep your pool clean and running efficiently all summer long. They first got onto the web… Read more →

The Scary Truth About Halloween

The ancient Celtics celebrated their new year on November 1. They called this Samhain (pronounced sow-in) and it marked the end of the harvest season for Celtic farmers.  They believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead were more undefined so to provide the best chance of surviving a… Read more →

The Origin of “Boo”

Take a deep breath through your nose and keep your lips together.  Now exhale out of your mouth and listen to the sound you make as your breath escapes betwixt your parted lips.  It sounds pretty darn close to the word, “Boo”, doesn’t it? We humans have been saying “boo” for nearly five centuries. Perhaps because it’s one of the easiest… Read more →

Is SSL worth it?

Yeah, it is! SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer”.  It’s a virtual handshake between a web browser and a web server. It’s not mandatory to have on your web server but it has been highly recommended.  Last year, Google said that your SEO would suffer without it, and in July of 2018, Google Chrome is making it official, stating that… Read more →

AutoSSL Makes Sites Safer and Site Owners Happier

We’re still trying to wrap our heads around the whole free SSL thing. SSL was something that was, and still is, a paid item, but not all hosting companies offer it yet. Installing an SSL certificate provides a lock in the browser window that tells visitors their visit is encrypted and secure. You’ve probably seen it already. The beginning of… Read more →

Ellenby Technologies – Safes in Numbers

Ellenby Technologies is a family owned business and a leader in electronic design for cash management applications in the vending and retail industries. Since 1988, they offer a complete family of smart safe products found in a range of top-tier convenience stores, gas stations and restaurants. Their electronics can be found in over a dozen different models of snack, beverage,… Read more →

CC Miles “Can’t Drive By” the Coffee Place

It’s hard enough to go through a break up without having to experience that wrenching feeling you get in your gut when pass by a location that you once frequented with an significant other.  Those moments, which were once endearing, are now melancholy tales. CC Miles sings it loud and clear in her new song “Can’t Drive By”.  This is… Read more →

5 Ways to Get More Business This Spring

With St. Patrick’s, Easter, Passover and Graduations around the corner, there’s a lot of observance as Spring approaches. Let’s review four things you can do on the web to get more business during this festive season! Use WordPress to make your website responsive. Responsive websites use code that changes the layout and content displayed, depending on the device viewing the website.… Read more →

The Dreaded DoS Attack

The DoS Attack The world wide web is a wide open sea and pirates abound. A lot of our clients are experiencing a spike in cyberattacks this week.  Specifically, a DoS Attack.  Below is a graph that shows the spike in attacks on a client site around noon today. This is a typical denial-of-service attack (DoS attack).  A DoS attack… Read more →