Insider #72 - Video Gaming

Short Game, Long Game, No Game…Gone in 60 Sec.

The Digital Home - Something's Gotta Give

"Can I email it to ya when I figure it out?" Harry Sanborn (Jack Nicholson), Something's Gotta Give (2003)

HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray - Sitting Out the Format War

With a high-quality up-converting DVD player and a properly calibrated HDTV, an educated consumer is well positioned to sit out the HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray format war.

Increase Sales by Cashing in on the Other Half

Overcoming Basic Female Objections to Audio System Designs

System Test and Integration Procedures - Part 2b: Cable Test and Verification

The primary objective of cable and test verification at this time of the installation is to determine if all the cable required to complete the installation has been installed, is installed correctly and that no significant damage has been incurred by the installers or other trades at the construction site prior making all terminations.

Training and Certification… Is it really THAT important?

Regularly seek out new and existing training programs to stay on top of your business through training and certification, it truly could lead to being the best in your area and keep the customers coming.

Which is more important for a great home theater - the picture or the sound?

When the sound system is carefully chosen and installed, the true magic of home theater shines through.

Building Business with E-mail Newsletters

For approximately one-third the cost of producing a traditional printed newsletter, your business can work with an agency specializing in interactive media to create and distribute a dynamic e-mail newsletter that reaches an unlimited number of current and potential customers.

DVD Insider # 62 - The Million Dollar Baby

It's the magic of risking everything for a dream that nobody sees but you.

Smart Home Security

Smart home system owners are advised to request a level of service in which security issues are all adequately addressed.

System Test and Integration Procedures - Part 2a: Cable Test and Verification

This article will guide you in preparing for and completing procedures that will systematically and methodically take you through a sequence of tasks purposed to insure the integrity of the wiring prior to a complete systems test and integration process.

Advertising, Marketing and PR Tips

#Embrace Your Brand: The Basics of Establishing Brand Identity # Cutting-Edge Collateral # Maximizing Your Trade Show Experience

Editorial Comments

With a world full of blogs, commentaries, forums and discussion groups it appears that everybody has something to say about everything. So ... I may as well join the throng and put forth some opinions about topics that are relevant to my two passions ... Technology (HomeToys) and Alternative Energy (Earthtoys).

System Checkout and Integration Procedures - Part 1 - Proper Planning

Without proper documentation, installation or wiring errors result. This potentially can slow down the entire process significantly. Another important issue is that errors created during the first phases of an installation are subject to what is termed compounding. Compounding results when an issue that exists earlier in the project is not discovered or a resolution is postponed until later.

DVD Insider #52 - Alice In Wonderland

Well the cat happens to be in the storage business and he knows there is a content explosion and hardware of all types need to be fed content. Then once the hardware gets the content it needs to be stored…somewhere, somehow.

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