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03/26/2012 Latest News From FeedForAll
Welcome to latest news from FeedForAll.

Upgrading?
Thinking of switching to Windows 7 or Server 2008? Use this video tutorial to make sure your conversion with our software goes smoothly!
http://www.feedforall.com/videos/feedforall-vista-installation.htm

Follow Us!
Follow us on twitter @FeedForAll and @RecordForAll

Running RecordForAll & FeedForAll on Windows 7
Considering installing Windows 7? Here is a step by step tutorial to install RecordForAll on Windows 7.
http://www.recordforall.com/recordforall-on-windows-7.htm

Articles
Twitequette
Philosophies regarding social media networks, such as Twitter, can vary greatly. But similar to email, an unspoken etiquette has emerged for these social websites as well. The etiquette for these social sites does not consist of hard and fast rules, but is simply a list of guidelines for posting. The following is a set of Twitter etiquette guidelines, but can also be applied to other social networks...
http://www.small-business-software.net/twitequette.htm

Pros and Cons of Web Templates
Small retail businesses who are making the move to an online presence may feel overwhelmed by the process of creating a website. Web templates can often help make the process less painful for a small business. To assist webmasters in the template vs custom design decision, we have outlined the pros and cons to each...
http://www.small-business-software.net/pros-and-cons-for-web-templates.htm

Tips to Get Things Accomplished
All of us start the day with every intention of completing a variety of tasks, but unfortunately many of us become distracted as the day moves on. Or even worse, we are tasked with crisis management, and at the end of the day we find that we have made little progress in whittling down the days planned tasks. As well intentioned as you may be, it seems to become a routine, and one that far too many of us fall into.
http://www.small-business-software.net/tips-to-get-things-accomplished.htm

Small Businesses Must Adapt or Suffer
Small businesses tend to be more agile than large corporations, but in order to take advantage of that strength, they must be willing to adapt with changing times in order to prosper and survive. This is especially true when faced with a difficult economic climate.
http://www.small-business-software.net/small-businesses-must-adapt-or-suffer.htm

Help Us Go Green
We have recently upgraded our systems to expand our ability to send invoices, statements and receipts via email. When placing an order please provide any email addresses for your receivables department and we will automatically email the invoice immediately after your order is processed.

New Video Tutorials
We have compiled a series of videos to assist customers with utilizing various features in both FeedForAll and RecordForAll.
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-videos.htm
http://www.recordforall.com/audio-recording-videos.htm

Digital Sound Effects
Royalty free sound effects for podcasters or broadcasters available for as little as $.99.
http://www.digital-sound-effects.com

Thank you for your continued interest, suggestions and support for the FeedForAll Product line.
FeedForAll team

03/19/2012 Website Spidering
Website Spidering refers to the automated process of indexing a web site by a search engine. An automated program, known as a web crawler or spider, will go through a website following the links on each page, and will gather pertinent information from each page until it has properly indexed the entire website.

Website Spidering

01/18/2012 2011 Reflections, 2012 Predictions
No country suffered more than Japan in 2011. Japan was rocked by an 8.9 earthquake, then a tsunami that was created from the quake hit the small island. The tsunami caused significant damage to one of Japans power plants making it impossible to properly cool or shutdown the nuclear reactor. The inability to cool the nuclear plant resulted in a nuclear melt down, and the escape of radiation. When the trifecta hit, the Japanese people earned the world's respect, they managed the tragedy with stoicism and grace. The consequences of this horrible tragedy, and implications of the radiation leaks, into the sea and atmosphere are still unknown. Japan will bear the scars from 2011, for generations to come.

complete article

01/16/2012 What is Hot What is Not for 2012
What is Hot and What is Not in Technology for 2012

1. Mushroom Cloud

The virtual cloud is now a mushroom cloud. More and more applications and data is available virtually. Customers are no longer tied to their desktops, data is accessible in the cloud. As long as you have an Internet connection, you have access, regardless of your hardware.

2. Smart Mobility

Mobile phones have become smart devices, they are more than just phones and alarm clocks. By the end of 2012, it will be hard to find a phone that does not run games, support Internet connections and have built in web browser.

3. Multi-Function Devices

I suspect that devices will begin merging, there is no longer a need for so many gadgets. The functionality of the devices from smart phones, kindles, ipads and computers are redundant and there is likely to be device consolidation as the overlap in functionality increases.

What is Hot and What is Not in Technology for 2012

 

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