Louisville Ky Real Estate Professionals: FindHomesInLouisvilleKY.com is For Sale!

 

Great Domain for Louisville Real Estate AgentIn an attempt to lower the number of domains I currently own, I’m selling one this week over on GoDaddy Auctions:

FindHomesInLouisvilleKy.com

It’s a great little domain for SEO and only has a single bid (for $101) right now. If you are a real estate agent, brokerage, or builder in the greater Louisville Kentucky area — you may want to pitch your bid into the mix.

But don’t wait — the auction only lasts for 7 days! Thanks for looking!

Want a Time Machine Function for Windows 7?

Automatically Backup Multiple Versions of Your Files From Hard Drive - For FreeSteve was cruising the tech boards this weekend (as he often does) and he found a great little utility for me. I thought I’d share it with my readers. It’s called DocShield and it’s a free download for Windows OS.

Why It’s Awesome

You can control which documents, files, or folders the program will back up. You can control where it’s backed up, how often, and the size of the back up. And it’s not just limited to backing up on the same drive you use on your computer. You can backup on the cloud, on your own server, on a USB drive or anywhere else via FTP.

Why You Need It

It’s not made to backup your entire system, but it will help you in those cases where you lose a particular version of a document, image or other file. Set this up and it could save you hours when your computer decides to crash when you are putting the finishing touches on that digital masterpiece and the power fails, the OS burps, or the cat jumps up for attention and lands on your power button. And the next time you have multiple versions of that all-important file, the version tracker will help you determine which one is the right one. Ahhhh! That’s nice.

Download DocShield for free now!

Wicked Review of Verizon’s Droid Maxx (Motorola XT-1080M)

Motorola Droid Maxx with Touchless Controls through Google NowQuite fortuitously, I’ve been allowed to play with a shiny new Droid Maxx this week, and I’ve given it the acid test! Below are the things I like, the things I love, and the things I could do without.

Nice Screen, Quick App Response!

I like the extra real-estate on the Maxx, its 5-inch (720 x 1280 pixels, 294 ppi) AMOLED screen offers colors that are crisp and bright even though the Maxx is not full HD like some of the current Android offerings. The touch function is quite responsive and the extra real estate prevents some of the “fat finger” typos and other tech “fails” I have experienced as a result of smaller screens. The built-in keyboard offers an excellent swipe feature. (I had to buy the SwiftKey app for a high quality version of this function on my other android devices, this one is great out-of-package.) Continue reading

Protecting Your Baby: How to Select the Best Laptop Bag

Laptops are getting smaller, lighter, and easier to carry around. So it may be tempting to just drop them down in a largish purse or a tote bag, along with your other necessities and hit the road…

Don’t do that!

Laptops, although a common piece of equipment, are still delicate. They may put up with some abuse, but their tolerance is limited. If you want to protect your laptop and keep it working for you in the future, you should start by selecting the best protection for day-to-day transport. Continue reading

Computer Repair and Website Development Services Article

Steve was featured in the Business and Technology section of the Danville Advocate Messenger on July 2nd. It was a great article overall!

Danville Kentucky Computer Repair and Web Development Services Announcement

Of course I was listed as being “from” Casey County, while he was listed as being a native of Danville, Kentucky — born and bred.

Yes, I now live in Casey County, Kentucky on my little farm in my little cabin, but that was by choice, not by birth. Since I graduated from Danville High School too, and was also born in the local hospital (Ephraim McDowell), the same as Steve — he gave me crap about being a foreigner. Oh well. At least it amuses him. :)

The article did a great job of articulating our individual work: His work with computer repair services in Central Kentucky and my work developing web content and my copywriting services for clients nationwide. It also covered our mutual work in custom website development and Internet marketing/SEO services which is available to individuals and businesses in our local, central Kentucky region as well as our collaborative work with businesses on each coast and scattered in all states and areas in between.

Thank you, Stephanie Mojica. You did a great job!