Given our line of work, you might imagine that we spend a lot of time thinking about what gets people to any given website. Most of the time, it’s Google, and ways to get Google (or other search engines) to find your website generally get lumped into the term “SEO” (Search Engine Optimization). Since the […]
Webinology’s Throwback Thursday Honors Women’s History Month and a Pioneer of Technology at NASA, Annie J. Easley
Only four African American employees were employed at the lab during a period of time in our society that was particularly unequitable, these Americans paved the way for other technicians and programmers to study STEM technologies. Over an impressive 34 years, Annie evolved with technology, easily adapting to work as a computer programmer, using the Formula Translating System (Fortran) and the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) to support several programs NACA.
Webinology is honoring technology pioneers, Black History Month is an opportunity to open dialogue with the world and acknowledge those leaders of technology who helped shape the American society we live in today.
Even outside the EU, compliance with GDPR guidelines is a step in the direction of strong data protection that all clients and customers appreciate.
In today’s business world, it is increasingly important to be sure that you are ADA compliant. Sites not making an effort to become ADA compliant can find themselves open to lawsuits, fines, and other severe penalties that could lead to the closing of your business.
After my colleague Diedra Smith posted about how “the more things change, the more they stay the same,” I thought I’d add to the list with a post about that mysterious concept, “state.”