Why You Shouldn’t Check E-mails as 1st Thing In The Morning By:Harsh Agrawal In:Life Hacks Last Updated:7/04/2016 (33 Comments) A lot of successful overachievers in the world have one thing in common that separates their days from the rest – They have a morning routine. A morning routine just doesn’t mean waking up, bathing and…

Today’s big event was our tour of the Battlefield of Little Big Horn. We did other interesting things today as well, but we spent over 5 hours learning about Custer’s Last Stand, and I think you’ll find it fascinating. Find out about Custer and more by reading what we did on Monday, 2 July 2007.

Audacity is universally recognized as the number one software program for creating podcasts. Hundreds of thousands of amateurs and professionals alike have created podcasts using Audacity. Podcasting with Audacity: Creating a Podcast With Free Audio Software is designed to get you podcasting as quickly as possible. The first few chapters show you how to install…

I’m really proud to announce that my 5th book is now out & available for purchase: Google Apps Deciphered: Compute in the Cloud to Streamline Your Desktop. My other books include: Don’t Click on the Blue E!: Switching to Firefox Hacking Knoppix Linux Phrasebook Podcasting with Audacity: Creating a Podcast With Free Audio Software (I’ve…

The Saint Louis Beacon published an article on 27 April 2009 titled “Tweets from the jury box aren’t amusing“, about legal “cases across the country where jurors have used cell phones, BlackBerrys and other devices to comment – sometimes minute by minute or second by second on Twitter, for instance – on what they are…

Back in 2004 or so, I was asked to write an outline for a college textbook that would be used in courses on Linux. I happily complied, producing the outline you can see on my website. The editor on the project loved the outline & showed it several professors to get their reactions, which were…

My book, Linux Phrasebook, which is still selling well & still just as useful today as when it came out in 2006 (& will be for another decade or two, given how consistent the Linux command line is), has been translated into Russian. You can find it at this Russian website, where I found out…

I’ll be giving a talk to the St. Louis UNIX Users Group next Wednesday night about Markdown, a tool I absolutely love. You’re invited to come. Please do – I think you’ll definitely learn a lot. Date: Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011 Time: 6:30 – 9 pm Where: 11885 Lackland Rd., St Louis, MO 63146 Map:…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher We recently published a great post over at Bizzebee.com (another site I help run) listing some Facebook marketing tips for local businesses to use. These tips focused on some Guerrilla marketing ideas and techniques that you can use to help raise the awareness of small businesses. Well…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher I get sent plenty of questions from people asking about the different aspects of blogging and running a website. One of the most common types of people who get in touch are from individuals who are thinking about, but are hesitating on starting a blog. If you…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher The internet is full of fantastic websites, marketing campaigns, advertising techniques, video channels, mobile apps, and much, much more that you never get to see. There is so much you can learn from these sites and find website inspiration for your own projects, which is why it…

Written by Tom Southern for Online Income Teacher Admit it. You’re wondering … Is your niche the reason why you are not making money online yet? Sometimes, a niche can seem right because it ticks the right boxes: Good keyword research results: high to medium searches per month with medium to low competition. It was…

Written by Ken Myers for Online Income Teacher Many people access the Alexa.com website regularly in order to gain analytical information pertaining to their websites. A lot of people put a great deal of stock into the Alexa rating system. While it may be a useful tool in determining how some of your visitors access…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher Many people have varying opinions on Google. Some feel that it is abhorrently evil, whereas others absolutely love it. People are divided even further, however, when Google has an effect on their livelihood. This tends to always raise the question of whether you can live without Google…

Written by Matt Smith for Online Income Teacher Web design is something that many people only think about when first setting up their site online. They may spend hours, days or even weeks pondering over the best placement of a logo, or what colours go well together. Whatever it may be, once a site owner…