When you cook in your own home, you know where every single utensil is. When you are cooking food for your own family, there are no time pressures. And even if you have guests coming over for dinner, there’s no rush. If they get to your house at 5:30 PM and the food is not ready until 7 PM, no one cares. They are still going to eat the food, and they are still going to enjoy it. At the end of the day, whether or not you prepare a meal at home on time has no real life consequences.
In most cities and communities, residents rely solely on their fire department in order to be sure they are safe from fires. Whenever they are needed, these firemen, in both paid and volunteer departments, drop what they’re doing and run to the fire trucks to take care of people and their property when disaster strikes a home, business, or vehicle. While knowing that firemen are there to help in a time of need is great for your sense of security, one thing that is even better is knowing that your space is as fire safe as possible. Continue reading “Fire safety is for everyone”
A new program from Your Inspiration At Home, the fast-growing Australian flavour products company illustrates the difficulties you can sometimes run into when so many use Google to find information. The new program involves a new website titled The Flavour Stack. You might guess the problem is the difference between the Australian spelling of flavour and the US spelling of flavor. However the problem is much larger than that largely because of the way Google suggests new searches that you might be looking for. Continue reading “Searching For The Flavour Stack”
You may have noticed in the sidebar a small advertisement that looks like the image to the right. This is for Google Contributor which has now gone live after running for a time on an invitation basis to certain publishers. We received notice of this via the AdSense newsletter on November 5. It certainly would be handy to be receiving more revenue as a result of this initiative. Continue reading “This blog now shows Contributor advertisements”
This article is contributed by Lucy Barret.
WordPress is the most prominent software platform and is used by millions of people to create and develop a professional looking website. Indeed most businesses and organizations are building their websites on WordPress. It is one of the easiest platforms that allow even a non-technical person to make changes in their site or blog without any complications. Continue reading “Misconceptions That Many People Have About WordPress”
You may well have heard of crowdfunding as a way of raising money for projects of all kinds. Kickstarter is one of the names you are probably aware of. However a recent news item about Kickstarter shows that crowdfunding is more than just raising money. Continue reading “Kickstart Your Startup Marketing”
If you were a child, it is a question that your parents should well be asking themselves. You might well be suffering from what Peter Gray called the play deficit. He feels that children today are cosseted and pressured in equal measure. Without the freedom to play, they will never grow up. Continue reading “Did you play enough today”
Starting a company can be very difficult nowadays. With so much competition, it is a hard task to get your brand out there so the general public knows that you exist. There are various ways that you can promote your company. Some of these ways are more effective than others. Blindly choosing what appeals to you may be entirely the wrong decision. Continue reading “Your company should not be flying blind”
With the world becoming more mobile, Google has made it a requirement that all websites be mobile user friendly. This means that your website must be accessible by any mobile device that has Internet connectivity capabilities. This does not mean that you have to construct an entirely new website; a copy of your existing website can be made for mobile users with a few modifications to ensure that it functions properly. Continue reading “Google Requires Mobile-Friendly Websites – Does Yours Comply?”
With the explosive growth of the Internet, anyone might question whether it is worth writing even more to add to the mountain of information that is there. Surely almost any opinion or view is to be found among material that has already been created. Why add to the Tower of Babel that’s been growing over the recent decades? Continue reading “Curation – Automation versus Imagination”