I'd like to move from using a land line to a VOIP service over my CenturyLink DSL. I'm afraid the service will suck. How can I evaluate this before committing to porting my phone number? [more inside]
I used to play this game online which was kind of cool. I've forgotten the name/URL. The gamespace was a floating grid in space. On the grid are panels of light (and other shapes) looping around in huge arcs and fountains. The game play was to bounce your point of view using the controls until you could hitch a ride on the circling panels in order to approach and finally go through a gateway to the next level. You can design your own levels if you choose and there was an online community doing this. I think the name had 'world' in it. The whole concept was to be relaxing and diverting rather than competitive in nature.
I've got a VOIP service that's really inexpensive, a first year, new client deal. That's about to expire and my rate will bump. While it's still inexpensive, I'm wondering how I can get control of this and not be at the affect of a external company, specifically how can I control my public phone number, keep my calling rates low, and avoid having an external company call the shots. [more inside]
How can you mitigate the disaster of an email message that disappears en route? [more inside]
I'm interviewing for an online support position. A prerequisite is knowing pay-per-click. I've got lightweight knowledge and need to ramp up my skill set. [more inside]