Facebook is increasingly being used in both legal and ciminal investigations. Which, when you think about how much information people share on the site, makes sense (even though it’s incredibly creepy). Please check out this infographic that looks at various crimes committed and solved on Facebook. Click Image for larger view Big thanks to Criminal [...]
Here’s a pretty neat breakdown of how the modern classroom is technologically evolving. The infographic investigates the use of e-books, tablets, webcams, and their practical uses in the classroom. To view a larger version, please click on the image. Infographic courtesy of Online Universities.
OpenCourseWare and the establishment of iTunes U have made invaluable educational resources available for free to those interested in furthering their education. The below infographic relates to me personally, as I am a strong advocate of a more open and free education and constantly browse through what iTunes U has to offer in academia. Big [...]
In order to track SEO metrics for my clients, I use the SEOMoz Pro service, which is a handy tool at monitoring SEO metrics (and so much more). I’ve noticed on one of the sites I manage through the service that I’ve been missing a number of meta description tags. For those unaware, meta description [...]
Big thanks to Muhammad Saleem for sending this my way. It reminds me a lot of the consultants I work or have worked with in the past that are always traveling week after week. I’m not very flight savvy… yet, but it’s good to know what airports and planes have the technology I need to [...]
With Electric Mohawk, my music blog, I receive a lot of daily press releases from PR agencies. Unsure of how I wanted to deliver this content to the site, I finally decided on creating a category page on the blog that showcases these releases. Problem solved, right? Well, not entirely. After thinking about it more, [...]
I periodically receive links to some pretty sweet infographics. In fact, I have some more sitting in my inbox that I will be sharing soon. This one in particular looks at how technology is used on American College campuses. Particularly, how students and faculty utilize today’s technology, their tech preferences, and how they choose to [...]
Happy Thankgiving everyone! Remember to be thankful for the things and people we have with us in this world!
I know it’s already October, but I was contacted awhile back from someone who wanted me to share it on my site. Have at it, folks! For a larger version, please click on the image. This image was originally created for Bachelor’s Degree Online. The original post can be found on their Freshman Facts article.
Designers and developers can select from a long list of applications that will keep them connected and engaged to their customers and projects while on the go. These applications give the user access to the customer’s websites for edits, viewing, uploading or downloading. Mobile applications can also keep designers and developers organized. Listed below are [...]
About The Author
Brett Widmann is a WordPress developer for a marketing agency in Kenosha called Dooley and Associates. A graduate from UWSP in Computer Information Systems, Web and Digital Media Development, and Religious Studies, Brett has loved everything web since he was a teenager and enjoys making the internet a better place, one website at a time.