Even though the SBA has made it “easier” for small businesses to get loans, the same rules apply, luck shines only on those who are properly prepared.
If we want the world population to not go to war over water, our choices are limited to desalination and techno food
While choosing a new library as priority, Fernandina Beach needs to look into how libraries will function in a technologically advanced future.
Very encouraging results are coming in from the Kepler Deep Space Telescope about potential for extra terrestrial life.
Do not think a website is just for creating online sales! A website can help you increase your local business, too.
It is extremely important for you to be cautious and responsible with your personal information while using the Internet.
Certain Teenage groups now spend 1/3 of their day online!!!
Protecting the first really technological advanced field weapon, the XM25, from falling in enemy hands, should be a real concern, not an afterthought.
The Port of Fernandina has gone wireless!
Last Tuesday the world got one step closer to real battery driven automotive solutions, when 375 miles came out of one 6 minute charge.
This article is intended to help new computer users quickly narrow down a search when making an inquiry on the internet.
Facebook is a phenomenon that grew into 500 million users in 5 years. It’s core function “exchanging information” appears to become a one trick pony, albeit a strong and fast pony.
The technology that we have access to now is just amazing! I have discovered I can use my smartphone to do some smart shopping.
The pencil is a quiet contributor to so much art and music that it is hard to imagine that one day it will be obsolete.
This year’s changes on Facebook created controversy over privacy issues. The Diaspora team decided to create an open source alternative.