SMTP Server Windows IIS and PHP (send only)

Category: New Web Applications

1) Adding the SMTP Server – Open Server Manager – select “Features” – click “Add Features” and check “SMTP Server” NOTE: The SMTP Server feature might require the installation of additional role services and features. Click Add Required Role Services to proceed with installation. – click Next to configure any required role services and features […]

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Mobile First vs Desktop First

Category: Design

Lately, I have read and heard people talk about mobile first design. This is ridiculous! Even though I like the idea of starting simple and then adding on more features or content, rather than rearranging a large and complex design, so that people can access that content on a smartphone. Sure a growing number of […]

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Your Credit Card Needs a Tin Foil Hat

Category: Uncategorized

I recently discovered something interesting about how PayPass works. I was testing out NFC tags for my website LikeScan.com, when i learned that NFC tags can be read AND written by a smartphone (specific phones that are NFC enabled like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus). I was immediately intrigued and decided to do a thought experiment. […]

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Samsung USB Driver for Galaxy Nexus

Category: Android

I wanted to load a QR code app onto my new Galaxy Nexus. The Nexus did not appear in Eclipse as a device, and I found that I need to get a USB driver. On the Samsung website (http://www.samsung.com/us/support/downloads), they have two options, Verizon (SCH-I515MSAVZW) and Sprint (SPH-L700ZKASPR). This is not helpful since I am […]

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QR Codes and Mobile Pages

Category: Business, LinkedIn

Do you know what a QR code does?  You can create an Einstein-Rosen Bridge (a.k.a. wormhole) by just slapping one on your product packaging. Consumers who scan that code with their smartphone will be instantly transported at light speed through a spooky dimension surrounded in webs of electricity, until they arrive at one of many […]

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CSS3 Animations

Category: Uncategorized

In the past, we had to use JavaScript to make animations on a page. They would take longer to load and require a lot of extra code and development time. With CSS3 you can add an animation with a single line of code! Using progressive enhancement, this can really improve the web experience of your […]

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Mobile and Web Technology

Category: Business, New Web Technology

Welcome to my website. I will periodically add posts about web technologies from a business perspective. I hope you will come back to learn about the newest, coolest things happening on the internet along with up and coming technology that can change the way you do business. I am a web developer and I can […]

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