Once upon a time, when connecting to the Internet still required a squeaking dial-up modem and people read the news once a day in the paper, patience was already a virtue.
Now, your “news”-feed is flooded with more content every day. “Breaking News” happens every hour and our emotions are played like a fiddle by a plethora of triggers. It didn’t take long for scientists to be able to record the dopamine release, a drug-like effect for each like that we receive.
Last year’s website give-a-way is over and I would like to thank all participants.
The winner is a local Cleveland organization with a great mission: Giving access to books and fostering early reading experiences.
My first provider was a friend’s uncle, who had somebody run a server for him, that powered his ecommerce business. His business did not only connect me with html, css, cms, php, osCommerce and so on – it gave me access to web servers. That does not seem to be a big deal now. But it was back than. Considering I a was a minor and could not just open an account with a hosting company. Owning webspace back then was not that common, to put it modestly.
I use the holidays to reflect on the past year, to give back and to do good.
This season, I am donating an entire website project to a local Cleveland charitable organization.
About the Author
Tim Steckel writes about marketing, entrepreneurship and for his clients. He is the founder of Lion Tiger Jaguar LLC, as well as author and host of Chicken Management.