If you are an Augusta native, the name Shepeard Community Blood Center probably rings a bell.
Happy shorter-work-week, friends! This week I’ve compiled some fun links I think you guys will enjoy.
See past web wander posts here.
An app that helps you filter unwanted posts? Hmm.
Burnt out with web design? Read this.
16 travel blogs that will make you want to pack your bags today.
Google has decided to roll out a mobile-friendly algorithm update on April 21st.
What does this mean for you? Not much if your site is mobile-friendly. But if your site isn’t mobile-friendly, after April 21st you’ll find it a lot more difficult to be ranked in Google’s search results.
For Tuesdays that feel like Mondays…. take a 5 minute break and check out this cool stuff!
Team Cable vs. Team Internet
Cable companies are famous for high prices and poor service. Several rank as the most hated companies in America. Now, they’re attacking the Internet—their one competitor and our only refuge–with plans to charge websites arbitrary fees and slow (to a crawl) any sites that won’t pay up. If they win, the Internet dies.
Happy Monday to all! The beginning of the week is a perfect time to meander around the web discovering new things, right? Here’s a compilation of coolness we’ve stumbled upon lately:
One of the strengths we have at Powerserve is in-house design and programming under the same roof. Collaboration and teamwork between ourselves and clients is essential in delivering solutions that look and function great. Over the past few months, Powerserve has worked with William Raveis Real Estate to provide a custom website suiting their specific needs and offering a host of functionality for their customers. Continue reading
Last year, in my post called “Spam, Scams, and Flim-Flams“, I reported on a company that uses a deceptive form of advertising, apparently because they are unable to get customers otherwise. Domain Registry of America (aka Domain Registry of Canada), has a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) injunction against them for their deceptive practices (filed in 2003… but they are STILL doing it). You can read the details here. Continue reading