Archive for the ‘General Moosings’ Category

 

FatCow Receives Hosting Award from MyBestRatedWebHosting.com

September 29th, 2010

Tweet The Moo Crew is MOOved and excited to learn that we earned new web hosting award! Over the years we have received numerous awards, but still each one of them is very special to us. We work around the clock to provide the best service to our customers and an award like this from […]

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International Internet Domain News

July 8th, 2010

Tweet The Internet not only needs to be able to bridge the gap between different languages, but also different alphabets and characters. Now, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has announced they will now take non-Latin character Web addresses. This would essentially change the way Web wanders see the Internet. Jordan’s Proposed ccTLD […]

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How much are your fans worth?

June 24th, 2010

Tweet The ongoing evolution of the Web 2.0 framework continues to change the way marketing and publicity work in the new digital world. Everyone knows that the groundswell of awareness that services like Facebook, Twitter and other peer to peer networks can marshal has to be worth something, but the question is, what, exactly? The […]

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What will Apple develop next?

June 23rd, 2010

Tweet After the successful launch of the Apple iPad, many are wondering what Apple will do next. Their success in the electronics industry is truly incomparable. Through the iPod series, iPhone, iPad, iMac, MacBook and countless other computers, electronics and accessories they have developed, the question that has to be asked is what is left? […]

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How fast will 4G be?

June 10th, 2010

Tweet 4G is the newer, faster mobile internet service that is expected to speed by 3G services within the next couple of years. According to MSNBC, web standards expect that 4G coverage should reach download speeds of more than 100 mbps, faster than most home and business services available. Current 3G download speeds range between […]

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400 New Free Web Icons from FatCow!

June 8th, 2010

Tweet Attention designers! Our comprehensive set of free web icons just got a whole lot bigger. We’ve added 400 new free web icons to our farm-fresh set — perfect for both PC and Mac users — and they’re free to download with a simple click. Check ‘em out! Last fall, FatCow put together a professional […]

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Facebook goes Global

May 28th, 2010

Tweet New plans revealed this week by Facebook stand poised to provide a major change in the internet. The Facebook F8 event, patterned after the MacWorld expo, was host to several major announcements by the social media powerhouse, many of which may have far reaching implications in the way that the Internet functions. Facebook, with […]

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Optimize your site for iPad

May 25th, 2010

Tweet The popularity of the iPad has proven this format will certainly create a profitable marketing base for those willing to work with it. This means making sure websites are optimized for the iPad to give them an edge over their competitors. Here are three ways to do it: Start with a Basic HTML Coded […]

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Host Smart, Drive Smart

May 21st, 2010

Tweet FatCow is excited to announce our ”moovelous” giveaway, “Host Smart, Drive Smart!” A few lucky winners will drive away with a smart fortwo coupe, a Vespa scooter, or one of four Shwinn bikes. FatCow is giving any person who signs up for a hosting plan an automatic entry into the giveaway. “The Original FatCow […]

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Greenpeace talks clouds

May 14th, 2010

Tweet A new study produced under the auspices of the venerable environmental group Greenpeace focused on the climate change impact of cloud computing and web hosting. According to their study, many components of web hosts and cloud computing service providers like Google, Yahoo and Facebook provide power to their servers by using fossil fuel derived […]

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