What Distro Should I install and Why?

Posted December 20th @ 20 December, 2014

What Distro Should I install and Why? If you are just moving from the MS to the GNU World you might be asking yourself right now what distro should I install on my box?, along with a whole bunch of other questions like will Linux run on my box? Will it be hard? Will I find help online if I run into an issue, just to mention some of the questions that run into your mind right now. This mini How-To tries to answer those and more questions starting from the most basic ones. Will Linux run in my ...
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How to Sell Your Website Quickly and For the Best Price

Posted December 19th @ 19 December, 2014

How to Sell Your Website Quickly and For the Best Price Dear Website Owner, The process of selling a website or domain name can be demanding and time-intensive. Yet with some key tips the process can be made much more simpler and effective. The first step you must do is determine the value of your website. There are many formulas for reaching a value. It's important to remember that the valuation of a website business differs from a traditional business and that this must be kept in mind when ...
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Windows vs Linux

Posted December 18th @ 18 December, 2014

The Basics of Linux & Windows : Linux (and its close relation Unix) and Windows 2000 (and its close cousin Windows NT) are types of software (known as operating systems) that web servers use to do the kind of things that web servers do. You do not need to know any real detail of either to make a decision as to which you need but here a few guidelines. Just because you use a windows desktop PC doesn't mean you have to opt for Windows web hosting (and the reverse is true as well). The operating ...
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Connect Your IPAQ to Linux

Posted December 17th @ 17 December, 2014

Choose Not To Conform Palm pilots and pdas are constantly growing in the ways that people use them in their everyday lives. Having a pocket pc is becoming the standard rather than the exception. However, many people have a desire to connect their ipaq with Linux, because it is free, and because they have an objection to paying for expensive, proprietary software. As an alternative to Microsoft and Mac, Linux is a great option. Some pocket pcs come with the Linux software already embedded. For ...
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How to create a simple money making web site?

Posted December 16th @ 16 December, 2014

Setting up a money making website is quite a simple task. Following are the steps I took to setup my web site in about 2-3 days. First, we need to have some idea of what is your interests, so we can have a lot of information on that, for example, my wife is interested in the early childhood education and she has spend a lot of time to study and practice, so we can build a site related to that topic. Then we need to choose a domain name for our website. This is an important part and we need to ...
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Open Source Code behind PoloMercantil

Posted December 15th @ 15 December, 2014

As we started the project of the electronic auction PoloMercantil.com, we knew that the proprietary software costs would be too high for our financial resources. Our only option then was to make use of Open Source Code softwares. However, within the Open Source Code there are lots of softwares to choose from, and it•´s up to the system analyst/programmer to pick the ones that best suit the project goals. In our case, we picked Linux as our operating system. However we faced a big ...
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Are You the Master of Your Domain? Or, Who's Really in Control

Posted December 14th @ 14 December, 2014

As I get involved with more and more client web sites, I am noticing an alarming trend. Nine out of ten web site owners cannot access control of their own sites! What do I mean by this? If you had to change to a new hosting company, how would you go about it? Do you even have the login information for your domain account? (I can hear many of you going, "Huh?") Or, if you want someone new to go in and make a few changes to your web site pages, can you give them FTP access? (Again, "Huh?") Facts ...
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What I Have Learnt As A Beginner To Internet Online Business

Posted December 13th @ 13 December, 2014

Like tens of thousands of people who often venture online exploring ways to make a little extra money, I have been looking for ways that would allow me to eventually live a life with residual income and financial freedom. Obviously, I did not know how except for the fact that many are making millions of dollars every year from Internet. But I learnt fast, after having paid a lot of money to the so-called Internet gurus. I realised that there were a lot of scams, hyped-up promises, and just ...
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dhtmlxTree version 1.3 - Add Flexibility to Your Web Trees

Posted December 12th @ 12 December, 2014

Scand announced dhtmlxTree version 1.3. Designed according to Ajax principles this JavaScript control offers optimal solution to embed dynamic tree view in web pages. This new release introduces extended script API and significant features improvements, along with high performance and stability. Minsk, Belarus, May 12, 2006 - Scand LLC is proud to announce the launch of dhtmlxTree version 1.3, rich featured JavaScript tree control. dhtmlxTree was designed to provide enhanced capabilities for ...
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The Money Keyword List - Superchrage Your Website's Earning

Posted December 11th @ 11 December, 2014

Many webmaster are making money or want to make money with Google AdSense. The problem is that some of them don’t know the keywords to use in their websites. It’s become necessary that those of us in the know share this key information with them to cut down their frustration. It should also help those webmasters boost their income. Below are the keyword list I use when I build my AdSense websites. I call it •My Money Keyword List”. They pay from $1.00 to $100.00 per click. Can you ...
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