Via Walter Chen | @smalter
Everyone is unique, and wants to be treated that way. No one summed it up like Dale Carnegie when he said "remember that a person's name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language."
Every business owner knows this. Yet so much of what we do runs counter to how we build successful...
Fan of the new Edge browser that ships with Microsoft Windows 10?
Well, just switch the default. How hard can that be? Right? Harder than before, apparently.
Mozilla CEO Chris Beard noticed. And he called out MS for its "aggressive move to override user choice."
It's still possible to make your favorite browser — Firefox or some other — your...
You might have heard Microsoft is retiring its much-beleagured Internet Explorer browser in favor of a new one called Edge.
This week the new Edge logo was added to the MS Windows 10 preview, and it looks kinda familiar.
Here's hoping what's under the hood of Edge is more different from Explorer than this new "E" is to the old "E."
Remember when Yahoo was the go-to search engine? Today, not so much. But don't count them out yet.
This week, Firefox announced it'd be switching its default search engine from Google to Yahoo.
The change will take place for U.S. users for the next five years. Firefox had been with Google for the past 10.
Why the switch? Not surprisingly, money...
Our friends at Smugglers' Notch Resort have teamed with Stowe in Powder Magazine's "Ski Town Throwdown."
The contest intends to determine the best ski town in North America by popular vote.
To cast your vote, head to Powder's Facebook page. (And, yes, you'll need to "like" Powder to be eligible to vote. Very smart, Powder.)
Do it fast: Voting...
Computers are pretty ubiquitous nowadays. Seems about everyone can list at least one CPU in their inventory of household possessions.
So much so that one department of the federal government is predicting it'll eventually stop providing its employees with hardware in favor of letting them bring their own into work.
Veterans Affairs Department Chief...
The Vermont Disaster Relief Fund has raised nearly $1 million to help those affected by Tropical Storm Irene.
The exact dollar figure — $978,225 — is now displayed on the organization's web site.
Several improvements to the site went live yesterday.
Visit the Vermont Disaster Relief Fund
We've made live a redesign of the recipe pages for Cabot Creamery Cooperative.
Each recipe now sports larger photos, a streamlined tabbed navigation system, and a collection of other recipes you might like.
Check it out at the Cabot site