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Commentary: Broadband Internet: How safe is it?

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It used to be that turning on your computer was not a cause for concern that your identity would be robbed, your bank accounts pilfered or your sensitive files stolen. Unfortunately, those happy days are far behind us. Computer crime, in particular identity theft, is one of the most popular and growing forms of consumer… Continue Reading Commentary: Broadband Internet: How safe is it?

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It seems everyone in the IT world has at least heard of Microsoft’s new .NET platform, but does anyone really know what this nice little catch phrase means? Well, even Bill Gates has admitted that he feels that Microsoft has not done a very good job of communicating what this whole .NET thing is all… Continue Reading Commentary: .NET – The newest monopoly or a viable platform?

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Realizing success with an early entry to e-business

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Some folks thrive – even when faced with a roller-coaster economy. Take Warren and Christine Meacham, for example. As owners of Colorado Online Mortgage (formerly Auer Mortgage), Christine, a mortgage broker since the mid-1980s and Warren, a former commercial banker, have survived sky-high 11 to 14 percent home loan interest rates and skimpy realtor referrals… Continue Reading Realizing success with an early entry to e-business

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With the opening of the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator, whose primary mission is to “accelerate the launch of financially viable companies in the high-technology sector,” six small, local companies are hoping for the best. They are Acculent, Corporate Hearts, DigiLearn, Integrity PC Innovations, Inc., XAware, and ZeeWaves Systems, Inc. Following is a brief description of… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Technology incubator has six hopefuls

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Real Estate Briefs September 6, 2002

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Masterbilt Homes Introduces Fresh Concept Every once in a while a homebuilder steps outside the box and starts a completely new trend. Jack Weipking, president of Masterbilt Homes, certainly gets credit for taking a very large step in introducing the Pikes Peak region to Traditional Neighborhood Design (TND), which has evolved around the country as… Continue Reading Real Estate Briefs September 6, 2002

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Technology keeps callers well connected

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Forget the cell phone of yesterday… just take a look at what is available today. Today’s phones will connect you directly to the Internet, at speeds faster than a regular dial-up computer. They let you send pictures, e-mail, make phone calls and play games. In addition, many of them do it in color. Sprint’s PCS… Continue Reading Technology keeps callers well connected

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We have all heard the Internet gurus preach of the importance of search engine positioning and online promotion. Yet many website owners forget the very simplest of ways to promote your business offline. Why do I need to do offline promotion when I’m promoting an online business? The reason is simple. The concept of a… Continue Reading Commentary: Offline marketing for your website is important

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Commentary: Quick tutorial on tech lingo

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As someone who runs a business, you may have learned many of your weaknesses the hard way. You learned to overcome your accounting phobia. You figured out that marketing isn’t just a college course (or heaven forbid, a major).You’ve even learned that there are difficult customers and difficult employees, and you can only fire the… Continue Reading Commentary: Quick tutorial on tech lingo

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Q. Let’s start with the basics, what is XML? A. Like any “markup language,” it’s used to introduce additional information into a stream of text. It allows for the placement of special markers around pieces of text, thereby providing new, relevant data concerning the original text. Q. Where does it come from? A. Its origins,… Continue Reading Commentary: Extended markup language and how it applies to you

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Girls just wanna have fun. As a transplanted Midwesterner in New York City, Karyn put over $20,000 worth of fun on her credit cards. But then the Brooklyn woman was laid off and spent four months looking for employment. Her creditors weren’t sympathetic. So, she did the only logical thing a 21st century girl could… Continue Reading In-debt shopper's website asks for $1 donations

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