Showing posts from May, 2023

Google Stadia, What Happened!?

  I actually loved Google Stadia but what brought about it's demise? Google Stadia was a cloud gaming service that promised to revolutionize the gaming industry by allowing players to stream games on any device without the need for expensive hardware. However, after a disappointing launch and a series of setbacks, Google announced in February 2022 that it would shut down its internal game development studios and focus on providing its technology to other publishers and developers. What went wrong for Stadia and why did it fail to live up to its potential? One of the main reasons for Stadia's downfall was its lack of exclusive games and content. While Stadia offered some popular titles like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Cyberpunk 2077, most of them were also available on other platforms, and often at lower prices or with better performance. Stadia also failed to deliver on its promise of creating original games that would showcase its unique features

Communication Tools for Your Small Business

  Hi everyone, In this blog post, I want to share with you some of the best communication tools for small businesses. Communication is essential for any team, especially if you work remotely or have multiple locations. You need a way to stay in touch, collaborate, and manage projects efficiently. But how do you choose the right tool for your needs and budget? There are many options out there, but I will focus on three popular ones: MS Teams, Slack, and Zoom. These are all cloud-based platforms that offer chat, video conferencing, file sharing, and integration with other apps. Let's compare them and see what they can do for your small business. MS Teams MS Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 suite, which means you get access to other apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. MS Teams allows you to create different channels for different topics or projects, and chat with your team members in real time. You can also make voice and video calls, share your screen, and record

Have a Business Idea and a Garage?

  Hi there, welcome to my blog! Today I want to share with you some inspiring stories of companies that started in a garage and where they are now. You might be surprised by how many of the world's most successful businesses began with humble beginnings in someone's home. Let's take a look at some of them. Google: In 1998, two Stanford students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, rented a garage in Menlo Park, California, to work on their new search engine project. They called it Google, after the mathematical term "googol", meaning a one followed by 100 zeros. They wanted to create a search engine that could handle the vast amount of information on the web. Today, Google is one of the most powerful and influential companies in the world, with a market value of over $1 trillion. It owns popular products and services such as YouTube , Gmail, Android, Chrome, Maps, and more. Apple: In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak started Apple Computer in the garage of Jobs' pare

Be Your Own Fan! Grow Your Business by Andrew Alpaugh

 Hi there, fellow entrepreneurs! I'm sure you've heard the advice to be your own fan before, but what does that really mean? And how can you do it without feeling awkward or arrogant? In this blog post, I'll share some tips and tricks on how to be your own fan as a small business owner, and why it's important for your success and happiness. First of all, let's define what being your own fan means. It doesn't mean that you think you're perfect or better than anyone else. It means that you appreciate your strengths, acknowledge your achievements, and celebrate your progress. It means that you support yourself with positive self-talk, constructive feedback, and realistic goals. It means that you treat yourself with kindness, respect, and compassion. Why is being your own fan important? Well, for one thing, it boosts your confidence and motivation. When you're your own fan, you're more likely to believe in yourself and your abilities, and to take on new