Category Archives: Tech and Software

Why Websites Crash and What to Do

(In honor of Facebook being down for almost two hours last week, we decided to take a moment and talk about website outages and why they happen.  The truth is, every website crashes sooner or later.  It’s simply the nature …
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[April Fools] Radiate Digital Gets Acquired by Google

It’s official. Radiate Digital has achieved the dream of every technology/development/design company out there: We’re being acquired by Google! Yes, that Google. In addition to creating  amazing products and platforms such as Gmail, Chrome, Android, and well, Google.com, Google is known for …
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Setting Up a Temporary URL on Magento (and Fixing Related Errors)

Magento is a great online e-commerce platform. In fact, it’s our personal favorite.  But when we started using it, there was one issue we kept running into.  You see, for some reason, Magneto doesn’t always play nice with temporary URLs …
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The Mac Experience: First Impressions of My First Mac

The Mac Experience: First Impressions of My First Mac

(photo credit: Martin Gommel) (This is part 2 of my experience of switching over from a PC to a Mac.  To read the introduction, click here) Once you go Mac, you never go back.  That’s what they say. Being a …
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The Life and Times of a PC User: The Mac Experience

  I remember my family’s first computer.  It was one of those square shaped beige boxes that lay horizontally beneath the monitor.  It had no sound, no disk drive, a very limited color palate and ran on Windows 3.1. While …
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The Mac Experience: The Life and Times of a PC User

I remember my family’s first computer.  It was one of those square shaped beige boxes that lay horizontally beneath the monitor.  It had no sound, no disk drive, a very limited color palate and ran on Windows 3.1. While I …
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It’s Time to Abandon Internet Explorer (if You Haven’t Already)

Here at Radiate Digital, we’re big fans of the internet.  It’s where we work.  It’s where we live. What we’re not such huge fans of is Internet Explorer, specifically 6, 7, and 8.  It’s not that we’re hating on Windows.  …
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