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The 21st of April is fast approaching! What’s being dubbed across the internet as Google’s "Mobilegeddon" isn’t just any old doomsday device or scare tactic. Ready or not, it’s coming! Basically, if you don’t already have a mobile-friendly website then you’ll need one and sooner rather...

And How it Affects You. April 21st Deadline To Get Mobile Friendly Is your website mobile-friendly? Starting April 21st, Google has announced an update to their mobile based search algorithm which will give a higher ranking to those with mobile-friendly sites and will be downgrading those without. As...

SkyNet Solutions has launched another website for a supplement and vitamin company called Premium Powders. We developed their website, brand, marketing materials, and packaging designs. Premium Powders manufacturers and distributes many commonly known herbs, vitamins, and sport supplements to retailers around the world. www.premiumpowders.com   Source: Skynet Solutions By:...

I'm not the local Linux GURU by far, but we have an internal CentOS machine running ISPConfig that hosts a couple of our internal sites running on Linux. I wanted to set up a parked domain project that we could point any domains we were...

Recently I had a mysterious problem with duplicate files being created when I double click them to open. It also happens when I right click and open with and it seems to happen to photoshop files only. Stationary pad is an old Macintosh option that is...

Fontstruct.com: the Latest in Type Design I have recently come across an exciting new innovation in typography design: Fontstruct.com. This is a website that allows the user to create his or her own fonts with a special program developed by FontShop (a font retailer). As the...

Computers by and large have advanced rapidly in the last decade: Smaller transistors, better fabrication capabilities, newer technologies for storing and transmitting data, and many more such advances. Though these advances are great, they are forever tied to the chief driver of innovation of them...