Sights and Sounds at WiMAX World

Thoughts I had after WiMAX World:

Most of the executives know that they want to deploy something to offer wireless broadband. They also know how much it will cost to offer the level of broadband users are asking for. The only problem is that the assumption on cost is predicated on an old-style centralized architecture design. A move in mindset to a more distributed system of wireless peers creating a true mesh solution is not only cheaper in cost, but helps to mitigate the spectrum issues associated with the unlicensed ISM bands that existing infrastructural designs are susceptible to. Continue reading

Dell Laptops Suck

I thought I would start my blog with some useful information specifically that Dell laptops suck. I hate to start off on a negative note, but I wanted to give everyone a heads up before they buy one of these paper weights. Maybe I’m just venting because I’ve had to ship defective drives back to Dell every two weeks. It just seems like over the last few years their quality has diminished. Continue reading

Finding good affiliate programs

Finding good affiliate programs isn’t an easy task. You run the risk when you sign up to a program that you maybe, just maybe… could get ripped off when it comes to your affiliate pay. Often the best way to avoid this is to go to the bigger ad networks, or affiliate networks and work through them. Some have had a rough go of it, and have had issues in payments as well. But odds are better if you work with a bigger name – such as Commission Junction, ShareaSale, and LinkShare (just to name a few). Not to say that all smaller affiliate programs aren’t worth investigating. Continue reading