Chris is father, husband and all-round computer geek who had privilege to watch technology rising from its bare beginnings and powering life as we know it today. Worked as software architect and developer for some of the biggest brands. Human rights activist and digital freedoms advocate. Also, the green tea connoisseur.

 

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5 Ways the Internet Has Taken Over Your Life

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It wasn’t too long ago that the internet was only used in as many as half of all households. That is a foreign concept to today’s modern adult. In fact, over 47 percent of the world’s population have access to the internet and Europe…

Programming Skills Power the Economic Future

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Ever since the first IBM PC was launched in 1981, computers of varying types have become a ubiquitous part of everyday life. They are in our homes, our businesses, and even in our pockets. The impact of the technology revolution that has followed since…

5 Solutions for Building Your Own Website

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Whether you are wanting to gain knowledge about website building ideas for personal use or in pursuit of designing websites for others, you may be wondering where to start. If so, this article may be of some help to you. Even if you are…

5 Website Trends Businesses Need to Adopt for 2018

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It may seem redundant to point out the rate at which the internet is evolving. As technology continues to progress, so does the need for website owners to keep up with the trends. Due to the turbulence experienced in the vastness of cyberspace, it’s…

How Technology Is Impacting the Jewelry Industry

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Technology, as we know, has advanced by leaps and bounds, marking its presence into the everyday aspects of our lives. Needless to say, it has also made its way to jewelry businesses. Trendy designs, increased availability, and overall access has brought a fresh excitement…

How to Succeed in An Over-Saturated Market

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The legendary copywriter, Gary Halbert, surprised viewers with a shock answer in an interview. The question was, “Say you were selling burgers; if you could have any advantage you wanted, what would it be?” Gary’s reply will go down in history, “A starving crowd!”…

4 Tips to Hiring a Digital Marketing Agency

It’s time to hire a digital agency that can help with your marketing strategy. How can you determine whether an agency is the real deal or not? Are the people you’re placing your faith in professionals or novices, are they trustworthy or not? Here are…

5 Ecommerce Tricks to Make Your Product Page Photos Pop

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If you want to succeed in the ecommerce game, it doesn’t matter what you’re selling. Look around the internet and you’ll be able to find anything. However, once they land on your page, customers will focus on one thing, the product photo. If your…

Cloud Computing Is on the Rise as Big Data and IoT Merge

Cloud computing is expected to quadruple within the next few years. It’s predicted that only 8 percent of all workloads will continue to be processed by traditional data centers, while 92 percent will be processed by cloud data centers. Recent estimates by Cisco predict …

Self-Driving Police Bikes Could Replace Meter Maids

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Driverless vehicles are all the rage in the tech world right now. From self-driving cars to riderless motorcycles, the revolution is just around the corner. And while you might have thought the invention of these vehicles would curb the amount of parking and speeding tickets…

Five Ways to Land a Programming Job Without a Degree

Bill Gates didn’t need one – and neither do you. More so than any other profession, the software industry hones in on what you can do rather than what degree you have. Generally, graduates do have an advantage – but it’s no substitute for…