Javascript back in the game

I remember when folks were talking about the demise of Javascript. Many browsers will allow you to block it’s settings due to malicious scripts. However, Javascript is now back on the rise. For non-techies… There are two means of website programming working: Server-side and Client-side. An example of server-side scripting is when you submit your order, your information is posted to the server, and then a new page comes up that is produced by the

Blogs Heating Up

This week was a difficult week. My job is fantastic and I am appreciated by my peers and my clients. For the first time, though, I believe my blog interfered in my professional relationships. Having spoken with them at length, I don’t believe there is a concern with my employer. My leaders absolutely believe in blogging as healthy expression. Of course, they can not take responsibility for my comments since they are mine and no

American Managers are Spoiled…

American Managers are Spoiled. Some are even brats. Imagine managing on an island. Your island has limited human resources, was hours away from anything and you spoke a different language. Attracting employees to your island is difficult due to the native language and the island. The island isn’t in the orient or the Caribbean, it’s cold and damp with some months only providing hours of daylight. Growing up, your employees have been educated to speak

Caring Strategy?

I was at Church this weekend and heard a fantastic quote: People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care! That said, the question relates directly back to your marketing efforts. We always talk about Advertising & Marketing as this cohesive strategy. Isn’t the truth that our “Caring” is just as important? My guess is that Caring is just as important as any Advertising Strategy, Marketing Strategy, Research and Development,

ALT-PRT SC

It really doesn’t take much to get me excited. I was in a Powerpoint training class the other day. The class was okay… I got a couple of tips. The biggest one that I walked away with, though, didn’t have anything to do with Powerpoint. The trainer was showing us how to drop a screenshot of a window into our presentation. I always hit the PRT SC button (Print Screen) and would crop the picture