Archives For March 2011

Working on the Internet can become burdensome as you find yourself becoming distracted more frequently. There have been apps created to help organize your time and planning, but these aren’t always too great. With news becoming more prevalent than ever before it’s not a surprise to find our society addicted to information. Continue Reading…

For those that may be unfamiliar with its meaning, the term blog comes from the combination of the words web and log. Blogs can typically consist of entries that include comments on culture, hobbies or everyday life, occasionally featuring a video or music. Continue Reading…

One of my personal favorite social bookmarking networks is Delicious. The process of signup is very simple. If you’ve already got a Yahoo account then you don’t even need to change anything! Since Yahoo! purchased the company in 2005 it’s seen a dramatic increase from the number of users. Continue Reading…

Digg v4 was launched during 2010 and did not garner very positive reviews. In fact, many users migrated to the more popular network Reddit where news can flow much more freely. Where did Digg go wrong? Continue Reading…

Outsourcing has become very common in recent years, especially in the field of Information Technology. So that companies can focus more on their core business, it makes sense to outsource many of their IT services and work to external organizations. In addition to this, quite often outsourcing can provide a cheaper means of labor if sent off shore, which enables the company to reduce costs and remain competitive. Continue Reading…

Coldfusion 9 and IIS

Ian Carnaghan —  March 1, 2011 — 5 Comments

I have been developing in ColdFusion for a while locally using the built in web server. Recently at work several of the projects I am involved with moved to an IIS production server. In order to test fully in my local environment I needed to install IIS and setup ColdFusion to use it as the server instead of its built in version. Continue Reading…