Monthly Archives: December 2007

What’s Free?

A recent thread on the Zen Cart forum dealt with newsletter services for small businesses. I use and recommend MailChimp for this purpose, because I think that on a price/performance basis they are unbeatable. One of the posters replied, “I … Continue reading

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Tools for Freelancers

The guys at Magento were gloating that said they preferred Magento to Zen Cart.  Not sure this is an apples-to-apples comparison since there are so few operational Magento carts in the wild, but the rest of  the post was … Continue reading

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LinkedIn deleted my profile!

For some reason, my That Software Guy profile on LinkedIn has been deleted. I emailed them asking “WTF?” but haven’t received anything more than a automatic response email so far. I sure would like to get those contacts and referrals … Continue reading

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Cart Design – Some great suggestions

SEOmoz gets in on the fun with an interesting list of layout and functionality “must-haves.” The article was good, and some of the comments had even more useful ideas. Funny how some SEOers are so focused on search that they … Continue reading

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Brilliant timesaving idea from 43Folders

The productivity parade continues! 43Folders guest blogger wood.tang has this great time-saving tip for RSS junkies: … when you come back and open your newsreader again, hit that “Mark All as Read” button and start from scratch. Who knew that … Continue reading

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I finally hooked up with Sandy!

… and speaking of productivity apps … I saw that perky little brunette on BoingBoing, and she definitely caught my eye. Then I saw her again at Merlin’s site! I wondered at first if she was stalking me … then … Continue reading

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Remember the Milk-GMail Integration

I can’t live without GMail. And I’m getting to love Remember the Milk. Are they better together? We’ll see – I’ve installed the FireFox Extension which integrates RTM and GMail, and I must say, it’s pretty sweet.

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