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If you haven’t heard about or seen QR codes, you’re not alone. But don’t expect that to last much longer. The short explanation is that the funny looking computer generated image to the right is called a QR code (quick read) and it is very much like a bar code but it contains a lot […]
Most sites I build are the foundation of the client’s online marketing strategy. Nearly all are for businesses or non-profits that are promoting a personal service rather than a tangible product. The sites are built to begin, or to further develop, personal relationships. For businesses, this is aimed at prospective, current, and past clients. For […]
I’ve been writing computer software for over 30 years, professionally for almost as long. Like the children of the cobbler who need shoes, though, my website has been the bottom of my priority list for far too long. I’ve needed to turn it into a blog for years, and to focus it on my primary […]