6 tips for cleaning up your computer (for Pessach)

With Pessach around the corner, many people are busy scrubbing their homes to rid them of all signs of chametz. In honor of this season of cleaning, here are 6 (mostly) free tips on housekeeping for your computer that anyone can do to keep it optimized and in good health: Antivirus program – make sure  Continue »

Book Review: Killer Flagship Content ebook by Chris Garrett

For a while I’ve wanted to start a category dedicated to book reviews, but I just haven’t gotten around to it. But now I’ve been motivated by an incentive: Chris Garrett, the author of Killer Flagship Content (I can’t link to it because you can only read it if you subscribe to his blog), is  Continue »

Cool Tool: Use LogMeIn to Access Any PC Over the Internet

Like many people, I use more than one computer for my work. Some people use their computer in their home plus an office computer, and some like myself, have a desktop and a laptop. My laptop allows me to be mobile and work wherever I like and take my material to meetings with clients, but  Continue »

Cool Tool: Zoho Planner – Every to do has its place

One of the challenges of running your small business is the number of tasks for which you are responsible. Your tasks range from the exciting to the mundane, the very short-term to the very long-term, and are related to clients, service providers, and even your family. While we all want our businesses to grow, this  Continue »

Cool Tool: Weebly – Website Creation Made Easy

Part of the Web 2.0 movement is the increasing ease of creating a web presence. Thanks to Blogs, Wikis, and other similar platforms, pretty much anyone can post content on the web. Weebly is a free service that allows users to create a pretty decent looking site quickly and easily. The site can either be  Continue »