We’ve received a number of complaints lately from clients who can’t seem to send emails to customers who have a Hotmail email address. Continue reading
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On Friday April 15th 2011 it will have been ten years since Roger, Shawn, and Dan came together to create Radar Hill Technology. They’ve pulled together through a lot of things, and after ten years of great websites for great clients, we’re inviting you to join in on our company’s birthday bash.
At 11:00am Dan will be giving a talk on the new fad of QR codes, and what they could mean for the future of mobile phones and mobile websites. The rest of the day will be filled with fun and food. Everyone is welcome to come down (or rather up – you can find us on the fifth floor of 3301 Douglas St.) and get to know the team. If you’re busy during the afternoon, don’t worry – the party will keep going strong until 7pm, so you’ll have plenty of time to drop by. We hope to see you there!
EDIT: Tony Clement has officially stated that if the CRTC does not reverse their position, the cabinet will overturn it for them. You can read more in the following articles:
Ottawa enters dispute over higher Internet fees
Clearing up the confusion over the caps
CRTC to review billing practices for wholesale Internet services
There’s been a bit of buzz going around our northern bit of the internet lately. You may have heard of it, especially now that Harper and major news outlets are getting in on the story. And it is a potentially ugly one. Continue reading
EDIT: One of our other coders has found this interesting article arguing for ads and why you should view them: Why Web Designers Should Not Use Ad Blockers (Opinion Column)
If there’s one thing all of us are tired of dealing with on the internet, it’s advertisements. Be they animated, blinking, crowded, garishly coloured, slowing up our browser, or just plain annoying, most people would be happier off without them.
Fortunately, there’s one very simple thing you can use to cut down ad presence on your browser. It’s easy to implement, and doesn’t require downloading anything (unless you want to make it even simpler). This magical device is called your hosts list.