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Go Camping

June 24th, 2009

I’m big on camping. It’s just so nice to go out to the middle of no where and not worry about emails or FaceBook or text messages or work calls. To stop in the middle of our crazy lives and enjoy nature is one of the most amazing things I’ve come to experience. My family owns property in Wyoming and I try to make it up there at least five times a summer. While there, I love to hike and four-wheel, not to mention finding petro glyphs and arrowhead, moose, elk, mountain goats, and even bears. My favorite place to go is Lake of the Woods because while my dad fishes for hours on end I get to circle the lake and wander the trails in the surrounding areas. If you have never been camping, I’m sorry for you. It is an amazing experience.

The Intangible Costs of Ads

June 21st, 2009

Choosing a web hosting company takes a lot of time. I recently decided to make a website, and I needed to choose a web hosting company online. I wanted something cheap, but more importantly I wanted a web hosting company that wouldn’t put ads on my website. My website was complicated enough, and it certainly didn’t need any extra content. Placing ads on your website can make running the website virtually free, but it has intangible costs. For instance, when someone’s website is just filled with ads, it is hard to find what the real point is, and the website can get confusing quickly. It is more expensive, but I think not having ads is worth it.

The Efficiency of IT

June 15th, 2009

Your IT department is hopefully making your company more efficient. That is the point of having an IT department at all. IT was invented and developed because it could save businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars, and it does, but sometimes it seems like the cost of having a great IT department is too much, especially if your business just uses IT to maintain data and track inventory or something. IT has come to new levels and it can make your company a winner or a loser, but it shouldn’t be your main focus. It may be time to reevaluate how much you rely on your IT department.

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