Nowadays, the internet is so well known and wide spread through the globe, that if you run a business, it looks like you should have a website too. You might have some reservations initially. Is it expensive to design, to run, to update? Do I really need to have an online presence? Will it make any difference at all?
These are common questions and lots of business owners have them. Either they are getting by fine or not computer savvy enough to understand the full benefits of having a websites. The truth is that having a website will do your business no end of good and will give it a great chance of even more success. This is even more evident with home-based businesses, where a lot of the customer base is reliant on establishing a presence over the internet to expand.
By having a website, you are immediately giving … Read More
You may have pondered about buying a computer for a long time. When you finally decide to take the plunge and get yourself a computer, it is time to weigh your options carefully.
The first question on your mind may be whether to go for a pre-built computer or to build your own. Both approaches have their pros and cons. When you go for a pre-built computer, what you really buy is convenience. Such computers are guaranteed to have no compatibility issues among the various components used, have technical support available and may come with warranties and service plans offered by the manufacturer.
With a computer built with your own hand, you get none of these facilities. What you get is customization and price advantage. On the side, you get to learn a lot about how a computer is put together when you build your own and you get a … Read More
I feel that our increasing reliance on technology is affecting our mental health in multiple but disturbing ways. I can not tell you how many times I've been in the middle of a yoga class doing my best to balance on one leg, when someone's cell phone goes off. Recently, it took four separate rings before the woman attached to it decided to turn it off! Needless to say, I had trouble practicing Loving Kindness during that class-as I'm sure many others in the room did also.
Obviously, I'm not the only one who feels this issue needs addressing. A recent issue of Psychotherapy Networker, dedicated an entitlement issue to this topic entitled, Left to Our Own Devices: Is It Time for Therapists to be Concerned? I read the entire issue cover-to-cover and had trouble putting it down because it was so thought-provoking. In essence, a multitude of experts weigh … Read More