PHP is a general-purpose server-side scripting language originally designed for Web development to produce dynamic Web pages, whereas Ruby on Rails, is an open source full-stack web application framework for the Ruby programming language. So the primary difference to keep in mind is that PHP is a LANGUAGE and Ruby on Rails is a FRAMEWORK. In a border sense, PHP & Ruby cannot be compared. PHP … Continue reading Make a decision: PHP or Ruby on Rails
“If your customers use video in every facet of their life why are you using text to market to them?” Have you ever asked yourself this question – how many times do you watch a video in your day-to-day life? We go online to watch videos in all forms – news, sports, events, commercials, films and more. Even when we are at work, most of … Continue reading Online Video vs. Text
A couple of years ago, Mark Hunter watched his savings disappear and credit card bills swell when Hollywood shut down during the writers’ strike. It took a while for Mark, a full time feature film writer, to return to work. In the meantime, his wife had given birth to their first child, and he was already $50,000 in debt from starting a film casting business. … Continue reading Social Lending – taking out the middleman!
Argentina was once famous for its bureaucracy, but now if you take the time to sit down and have a cup of coffee with someone then the doors open magically. It’s a country with a complicated history so people are used to helping each other out. Their motto is simple “I do this for you and you do this for me and together we form … Continue reading Argentina Calling!
Viral marketing describes any strategy that encourages individuals or a business to pass on a marketing message to others, creating the potential for exponential growth in the message’s exposure and influence. Like viruses, such strategies take advantage of rapid multiplication to explode the message to thousands, to millions. The ultimate goal of marketers interested in creating successful viral marketing programs is to create viral messages … Continue reading Kolaver Di – Young minds going VIRAL
Economic inequality has been growing steadily for three decades. According to the most definitive data, assembled by economists Emmanuel Saez and Thomas Piketty, the top 1 percent received 10 percent of all U.S. income in 1979. By 2007, just before the Great Recession, that share had risen to 23 percent. What most Americans don’t know, however, is that before the late 1970s, inequality had been … Continue reading The war against Economic inequality – Occupy Wall Street
Load Up the Company Van: Karen Littman, writer, producer, and founder of educational computer game designer Morphonix, says that when she wants to help her employees be more creative, she takes them out of the office. “If possible, don’t put people around the conference table,” Littman said. “Twice a year we rent a beach house. I think being out of the office jump starts your … Continue reading Brainstorming Techniques
Scribd uses iPaper which is a rich document format similar to PDF built for the web, which allows users to embed documents into a web page. iPaper was built with Adobe Flash, allowing it to be viewed the same across different operating systems (Windows, Mac OS, and Linux) without conversion, as long as the reader has Flash installed (although Scribd has announced non-Flash support for … Continue reading World’s Most Intriguing Startups
Small Business Pool now offers Enterprise VoIP solutions. Changing your mode of communications by using Small Business Pool – VoIP: Lower your operating costs (start up savings, long distance savings, network infrastructure savings, conferencing savings, and productivity benefits) Our IP-PBX SOLUTIONS ARE EASY TO DEPLOY – Improve employee productivity – One system serves many branch offices – Voice mail to email, conference calling, collaboration tools … Continue reading Small Business – Enterprise Voice Service
Squidoo is a community website that allows users to create pages (called lenses) for subjects of interest. Squidoo is a user-generated website which uses the concept of a lens as its primary feature. In his ebook “Everyone’s an Expert,” Godin describes a lens as “[filtering] light and [showing] us what we need to see.” Lenses are much like blog posts, except they’re on a single … Continue reading Everyone’s an Expert