Monthly Archive: February 2013

Around the web: Best Chromebook Pixel Comments

Google recently released the Chromebook Pixel, and everybody has something to say for or against it. Here are 5 of  the most spot-on comments I’ve heard around the web. What’s your best witty comment on the chromebook? “Chrome-based models accounted for 5 percent to 10 percent of Acer’s U.S. shipments since being released there in November”- Via Google Plus    “If anything, what the...




How To Speed Up Your WordPress Site: 5 Steps To Building your Ferrari

We wrote earlier (here) about speeding up WordPress, but over time, our own site got really bloated and slow, so I went through and sped it up by several seconds using these tips, plugins, and services, mostly free solutions too.  Enjoy. Here are five concrete steps to do the same. Caching: Here’s on KEY tip you won’t find elsewhere. Don’t use W3 Total Cache....




What is a Pivot? Startup 101 (Video)

If you’re here, you’re probably wondering what a Pivot is in the startup sense. I’m going to answer that in two ways. First, I’ll give you my simplified answer, and then, I’m embedding a video below my answer of the term’s creator, author Eric Ries, where he gives the only definition you’ll ever need to master the term. Pivot: Changing strategy, without changing vision,...




Chromebook Pixel high-resolution display front

Chromebook Pixel is a Great Deal, And Here’s Why

At first glance, Google’s new Chromebook Pixel looks like a horrible deal. Weak Operating system, middle of the road hardware, and a $1300+ pricetag. I even ranted about the price here. But then I reevaluated all of the extras Google was throwing in, and although it’s expensive, it’s actually a good deal. Look at the breakdown below for yourself. Value Breakdown: Looking at the...