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Log File UNIX Commands

One of the biggest parts of my job is managing website log files. Our business is very “marketing-centric”, so missing log file data isn’t expectable. There have been a few situations were log files have been split or broken. Below […]

Effects of Mergers

As more and more companies begin to merge and acquire new companies, they are all going through the process of reducing the number of systems, reducing costs, and trying to achieve visibility across multiple, converging product lines. This is beneficial […]

Stress & Anxiety in Networking

Pop quiz: What’s the No. 1 barrier to networking effectively? You may be surprised to learn it’s your own stress level. If the thought of meeting other business professionals to trade “war stories” and expand your network produces social anxiety, […]

The Business Experiment

This is interesting: a test of whet her open-source models and the wisdom of the hive mind can work in entrepreneurship. You’re invited to check it out and assist with all elements of early business development.

AWStats

fter months of evaluating commercial analytics programs we found no better value for our client then AWStats. This is a fantastic open-source application written in Perl. Most of the major players are moving away from bulk hosting analytics. For example […]

Internet Explorer 7

Our company is Microsoft certified, which gives us some great perks. One of the biggest is we’re able to get all the Microsoft titles to test, and develop on. I decided to give IE 7 beta a shot to see […]

Dell Laptops Suck

I thought I would start my blog with some useful information specifically that Dell laptops suck. I hate to start off on a negative note, but I wanted to give everyone a heads up before they buy one of these […]

Sorry for the lack of

Sorry for the lack of posts. Some of the features of this companies blog are not cooperating. But the show must go on… All I really wanted to say for today is that I don’t think there can be anything […]

Pay vs. Short Pay

Every auditor – whether in a carrier or enterprise organization – uncovers instances where the billed amount is higher than is should be. Then a decision must be made – to pay the full amount paid (“pay”) or to calculate […]

VXML hacking

Today I hacked around on Voxeo’s VXML platform and managed to build a rudimentary local search voice application modeled on their screen scrape. It was surprisingly straightforward and initially used Google’s Web API for search. After finishing, I discovered Yahoo!’s […]