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In the midst of the current pandemic, many small businesses are in a rush to sell their products online. Let’s face it. Money may be tough to come by and time is of the upmost importance, so most are looking for the easiest, fastest and cheapest option. If you do a search for online store, you’ll come across the usual … Read More
REBUILDING A VERMONT GENERAL STORE LANDMARK (ON THE WEB) The Warren Store is one of those places that you just have to go to and can’t forget when you leave. Part general store, part deli, part wine shop and craft beer mecca…the Warren Store is many things to many people. Locals crave the ‘Number Six’ sandwich (think Thanksgiving dinner on a homemade baguette). Screenshot … Read More
By Steve Butcher Back in 2009, we got a call from a second-home owner in the Mad River Valley who needed help on the web. He had started a company called Script Labs to market products for women related to his gynecological practice in Manhattan. The Script Labs products included prenatal vitamins for pregnancy and women trying to become pregnant, … Read More
Friends, clients and family members have been asking more and more lately: “hey, how did you get that cool icon of a beer mug, rocket, heart, horse, etc when you texted me?” I think it was a friend who developed the Symbolicons set that first told me about it, but i guess people still haven’t been shown how to add … Read More
Detailed below is Authorize.net’s explanation of outage from 3am eastern July 3,2009 to nearly 3pm eastern. Hundreds of thousands of websites and millions of transactions were affected, including some of VickeryHill’s customers. Our use of AlertSite to monitor transactions on a customer’s site, www.verilux.com, made us one of the first to learn of the problem and, dare we say, instrumental … Read More