This week, I have updated six of my WordPress related websites to version 3.3. What I noticed was the normally smooth Automatic update process rendered either my blog or the administration panel showing an all-white screen. Very annoying. To fix the issue, follow these simple steps (it worked all the time for me) Go into [...]
BizSpark is a program developed by Microsoft which aims at helping startup get free licenses to any Microsoft software. This program presents an excellent opportunity for startup entrepreneurs to connect with technology without having to spend large sums of their cashflow. Its main aim is to fasten the growth of small businesses as well as [...]
As I searched throughout the internet for some information on how, when, and why to utilize the various types of version control systems, I had a hard time finding one. Thus, this lead to downloading each of the major types of version control systems and utilize them in my daily operations. Below, I try to [...]
From Google’s website, “Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office brings collaborative multi-person editing to the familiar Microsoft® Office experience. You can share, backup, and simultaneously edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint®, and Excel® documents with coworkers.” A business partner of mine and I were both using the product to simultaneously work on a business plan for our [...]
One thing that I have learned from attending the MidVentures Launch event last September, which is something I will be discussing in a future post here soon, is that its not uncommon for teams or individuals to build applications over the weekend. Ive always been intrigued by the challenge of identifying a business, or social, [...]
I am currently reading the Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook from PacktPub.com. I plan to have a review complete within the week. You can
I was given a wonderful tip of advice to take a look and read the Business Model Generation. For anyone who is looking to buy this book, you can purchase it on Amazon.com or Barnes and Nobles for $20; retail is $35. Oh, and yes, I paid the $35, but you have to do what [...]
Im writing this review for Packt Publishing and received a free copy of the book for doing so. When I received word that this book was coming out, I was extremely interested in what it had to offer. The fact is that these days, entrepreneurs, startups, and investors are wanting to find the next “Facebook” application in [...]
Being in the Web application and website development business, it is important to align yourself with great hosting partners. For a while and still to this day, I run Midosis Networks, a web hosting division of Mega Input Data Services Inc. From the onset, I felt that it was only natural to control all aspects [...]
How is it possible (of course there is an obvious answer) that the national average of gas is over $3.50? With an oil reserve in place, why isn’t our Country helping out the working class man by utilizing the reserves? The unemployment rate is at an all time high and it matches the gas prices: [...]
About Willie Pritchett
I am CEO of Mega Input Data Services, Inc. a serial entrepreneur, strategist, graphic designer, code developer, cartoonist and innovator located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
I have over 15 years of programming and over 20 years of graphic design/artistic design experience. Some of my greatest abilities include taking management wants, merging them with the right technology, and develop an outcome that meets and exceeds their expectations. Some of my passions include finding answers to challenging problems such as healthcare IT software, patient care, and everyday living.