Move On, Scammers

Here’s an email exchange from a few months ago. I’ll comment where necessary: From: Richard To: Adam Whitley Date: Jun 30, 2017 at 4:27 PM Subject: New Website Design Hello, Am Richard by name, I would like to know if you can handle an informational website design for my new company? kindly get back to me

Small Businesses Need Net Neutrality

Before we get into this topic, I want to be crystal clear: this is NOT a political issue. Sure, the argument is happening in political spaces, but it’s not a debate against right and left or party against party. This is about fairness and free markets. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) want the freedom to block

Our Super Bowl Ad

Well, it’s not really our ad. As a matter of fact, it’s an ad for one of our competitors but it makes a good point that I don’t think they meant to make. Let me explain… This is an ad for a website service where you can sign up for free and build your own

You Are In The Social Media Business

Back in the 80’s and 90’s, if you wanted your business to be found, you had to be in the Yellow Pages (for any kids reading, the Yellow Pages is a large book that had everyone’s phone number in it – like someone printed out part of the internet for you). You had the option of

Security Isn’t Optional

So, recently I was reading an article in the Atlantic called “The Inevitability Of Being Hacked“. It’s a great piece in which the journalist sets up a fake internet-connected device and waits to see if anyone tries to hack it. It wasn’t up for 41 minutes before the first attempt. Then another. And another… All told,