Technology Category Archive

Site Build It!

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Since I announced my recommendation for the Site Build It! service a few days ago, dozens of people have signed up for it, and some are already well on their way to starting their own online businesses. If you’re one of them, I’m excited for you, and please do keep in touch to let me know how it goes […]

Blogging for Money

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Starting a blog is very easy these days. You can start your own blog in a matter of minutes if you want. Many web hosts will even install a blog for you or provide an easy installation process. And of course you can always use a hosted service like or Blogger to get started. […]

How to Build a Successful Online Business

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

I love the lifestyle that comes from running an online business. I get to work from home each day, set my own hours, choose my own projects, and enjoy abundant income. It’s hard for me to imagine how I’d feed myself without the Internet. When I think about income generation, I immediately think of the web. I was […]

Voice Recognition Software

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

At various times over the past several years, I’ve tested the use of voice recognition software for dictating text, such as Dragon Naturally Speaking. Since I can speak much faster than I can type, the potential productivity benefits are too great to ignore. However, up until now I’ve always been disappointed by the results. The […]

Overclock Your Audio Learning

Monday, August 6th, 2007

If you want to absorb written material at a faster rate, you can learn to speedread or PhotoRead.  But what if you have a lot of audio material to listen to, such as audio books or podcasts? Did you know that if you have 60 minutes of audio material to listen to, you can very […]


Monday, July 9th, 2007

Journaling is one of the easiest and most powerful ways to accelerate your personal development.  By getting your thoughts out of your head and putting them down in writing, you gain insights you’d otherwise never see. Beyond sequential thinking While your brain is technically capable of processing a great deal of input simultaneously, your conscious thoughts […]

How Your Mind Really Works

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

How is it that your mind is capable of handling new situations you’ve never previously encountered?  How do you solve a problem you’ve never solved before?  Is this just the magic of consciousness, or is there an underlying process — or algorithm — your mind uses behind the scenes to deal with the unique experiences you encounter each […]

Agloco Viewbar Released

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

This post has been nuked since Agloco went out of business.

The Truth About Piracy

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

After posting the recent article on Copyright and Intellectual Property, I expected someone would question whether the whole notion of copyrights is fear-based.  Sure enough someone did.  It’s a very good question — is the whole notion of intellectual property inherently rooted in fear and scarcity thinking?  Should we feel free to pirate whatever we desire?  Or is […]

New York Times vs. Digg – Strange New Media

Monday, June 4th, 2007

Over the past several years, it’s been interesting to witness the shift from old media publishing outlets such as major newspapers towards new media outlets like web sites and blogs.  Even old media outlets that have major web sites aren’t quite the same as the new beasts of dedicated online publishing. Let me share some […]