An Online Marketer’s Guide to Acronyms

On an overcast day, you might check the radar app on your phone to see if rain is on the way; but did you know that the word “radar” has only been in use since the 1940’s? Originally a military acronym for Radio Detection And Ranging, radar has evolved into common usage to describe a method for location of objects through the return

What Is Nextdoor.com?

Not too long ago, if you wanted your neighbors to know something, you had to pick up the phone or knock on their door. Talking over the fence or shouting from your front porch was as high-tech as it got. If you miss those days and wonder where the practice of being neighborly has gone, you might be surprised to learn that

Evansville Online at 20 – A Retrospective

If you live in or around Evansville…here’s a fact that you may find interesting — it was 20 years ago this month (December 1994) that Evansville Online was launched. For the great and vast majority of people living on the planet, the Internet (or the Web) simply didn’t exist in 1994. Back then, how we use the Internet today would have sounded

Four Things You Should Be Doing Online

Now that the new year is well underway, you’ve likely made and abandoned a few resolutions. But don’t give up on change entirely. Here are four resolutions for your online life for the new year: 1. Back Up Your Stuff If you’re not in the habit of regularly backing up your files, you’re asking for trouble. Consider what would happen if your computer suddenly