Post Profile






The EagerEyes Origin Story

Have you ever wondered where the weird name comes from, what the site was like before it was a blog, and how it all got started? This posting has all the answers. The Name I had been thinking about starting a website for a bit (in addition to my existing kosara.net site, which I had had since 2000). […]
read more

share

Related Posts


33 Tools And Resources To Increase Website Trust And Sales

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : Small Business Trends

After reading Lisa Barone’s incredibly useful and popular post “25 Questions Your Site Must Answer,” I felt compelled to look at my site and my client’s sites to see what tools I could find and use to start answering as many of the ...

Responsive Websites - One size fits all

Programming / Windows Development : CodeProject

If you start wondering about how will my site look when accessed by different devices after you create then you are doing it wrong. Building responsive websites is the answer. Using this technology a website can be developed and dep...

Latin American E-Commerce Site MercadoLibre Creates R&D Center in Silicon Valley, Will Open API

Technology : The Next Web Blog

Could you name a startup success story from Argentina? If the answer is yes, chances are you’re thinking of MercadoLibre. The eleven-year-old e-commerce website went public on the Nasdaq with a US$400m IPO in 2007, but the story doe...

Startups Anonymous: For every founder that feels ignored…

Technology : Pando Daily

My name is Dana Severson, cofounder of StartupsAnonymous.com, and I have a bone to pick. For an anonymous site owner, posting on an anonymous series, you may wonder why I’m starting off by identifying myself. This simple answer is, ...

Eagereyes’ Early History

Arts / Information Design : EagerEyes

Just ahead of the first decade of this website's history clicking over, here's a look back at where things started. Some of those postings were terrible, some of them were quite prescient or are even still popular. This is partly wh...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC