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Getting Lost in the Amazon

As I was working away yesterday on a SAS (software-as-a-service) agreement and enjoying a most delicious piece of matzah and chocolate egg (a veritable ecumenical feast), I received a call from a client asking me if I knew why his site was down. I’m sure some of you know where I’m going with this — … Continue Reading

The Amazon Tax; Friend or Foe?

According to eMarketer, online sales in 2009 are likely to reach $133 billion. It shouldn’t come as any great surprise to discover that cash-strapped states all across the country are trying to figure out ways to convert these sale dollars into tax revenues. Well, some states have figured out a way, but at what cost? … Continue Reading

Target, Apple Agree To Make Blind-Friendly Website Changes

Target Corporation and Apple, Inc. have reached agreements with the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) to make changes to their websites to accommodate blind consumers. The agreements follow a groundbreaking federal ruling concluding that retailers with physical locations must make accommodations to their websites under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). In addition, the … Continue Reading
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