Setting Up An ECommerce Business In Three Easy Steps

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The consistent and thriving growth of the internet has allowed new opportunities to open up within trade and marketing sectors of business, providing new ways to sell and buy products and services for everyone and anyone. Not so long ago, starting up your own business was often a particularly hefty job, especially when you had to source the funds to … Read More

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Best Practices: Customizing WordPress Sites

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Thanks to WordPress, you don’t have to look too far for ways to take your business to more people. A website or blog is a great way to connect to your customers and potential clients. WordPress gives you any number of options to do just this. What’s more, the site is constantly upgrading on what it has to offer both … Read More

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cron mysql backup

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Image via Wikipedia Check out this little nugget I found over at the Rackspace Cloud Knowledgebase – CRON MySQL Backup. Man – you cannot say enough about getting a good backup.  This shows how you can get it done over at Rackspace’s Cloud sites – it looks pretty universal, so if you are not on the Rackspace Cloud…it may still … Read More

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Mono and Mono Develop

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The subject of mono and mono develop came up today in an interview. Mono An open source, cross-platform, implementation of C# and the CLR that is binary compatible with Microsoft.NET MonoDevelop An open Source C# and .NET development environment for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X I really want to learn more about these projects.  I have invested a lot … Read More

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A printer printer (nope, I meant to say it twice)

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Image via Wikipedia I heard of these about a couple of years ago – and was simply facinated.  Here is a post I found at Dev Hardware: Back in 2004, Bowyer set an idea in motion to create a 3D “‘printing” machine, along the lines of an industrial rapid prototyper that creates solid shapes from extruded molten plastic. Commercial versions … Read More

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