Angie McKaig - E-Business Consultant and Entrepreneur
- Things that are still hard to find online (but shouldn't be)
Entrepreneurs-to-be, are you listening?
- Daring Fireball: Trusted
The debate about Trusted Computing and its uses (or not) by Apple. I'm still a tad confused, but at least now I know to keep my ears open for future developments. You should too.
- A Niche Market is Never as Safe and Secure as We Think
A-men, brothers and sisters. Mind you, I'm a big fan of the niche concept, but it's far from foolproof.
- Amazing high-speed photography
For the true camera geeks, it's also cool that he shares how the photographs are taken.
- When life hands you lemons...
The important part of this lesson: think before acting. Bad press can cost you a lot more than something that peeves you.
- The Company We Keep
Some really interesting thinking about business and employee empowerment.
- broken counterfeit jeans
Geek cred, indeed. I barely know anyone who *wouldn't* think these jeans are cool.
- Doom port for iPod Photo
Really. Cool. (God, I'm such a geek at times.)
- The inbox makeover
Or, how to keep up with a ton of email. Good suggestions, though I find the most useful thing is to actually schedule at least an hour a day to respond to email - no interruptions. But then, my biz runs on email.
- Liberty Village Renamed "Toronto's Porn Alley"
Porn spammers right in my backyard. Whee.
- One Degree - Where Canadian Internet Marketing Professionals Gather
I really am behind in my blog-osity to have missed this gem. Marketing. And *Canadian*. Awesome.