How to File Compression for Everyday Data Storage
Have you ever turned on your computer, found there was a pesky little thing glowing away in the background Windows Media Player, right in the middle of your interview?
Something very similar to this may be happening to you.
Several years ago, one of the hottest new applications in the Windows Media Player, maybe three little MRU or Messenger Teams, who did all their assigned jobs for you and took just enough screen space anyway to keep from freezing your computer. We're now phasing our little media player apps out and bringing in the revolution. We'll hold on to the few clips we still want to keep and slowly build up our library.
Picture this. You have an extensive collection of mp3's, video files, MS Office files, large pdf files, and other chunks that you want to keep. Over time, as you continue to upload these files, they get bigger, buggy, and require more time to process; thus, the freeze-up begins.
Now, take another extensive collection of pictures. You have family pictures, high school yearbooks, college yearbooks, pictures from your baby's wedding, high school yearbooks, college yearbooks, etc. Again, they are all on their way to the Recycle Bin.
You go to load them up. Still, they are just sitting there waiting to be done so you can burn them onto DVDs.
This is where the danger lies. As I was walking out the door, my little two-year-old turned and asked me, "Mum, why is my video about to finish, and I'm still sitting here doing it!!".
I could hear her yell, obviously scared that I would be home and that she thought I was watching her porno video on my laptop. I asked her if she was sure she wanted to watch it.
"No... I just wanted to watch her play nice in the kitchen!" she minimizes the video on the laptop. She turns to me and says, "pack up the family movies; it's time for bed."
I smile. More importantly, I am comforted knowing that she is giving me the same message I would have gotten had she been home and that I could have just typed it into the laptop.
Show Me the Money The moral of the story is that you need to treat your family members how you want them to be treated and provide the money for them to be treated. There are so many ways to provide the money you want, and it is the root for correcting yourself. Also, you can customize the ads you want and target specific advertising to specific groups of people. Words that used to be funny about commercials and pop-ups are now just redundant.
The advertising world is very intense. So it is useful to know that if you want to be marketing online the same way you were selling locally... you have to curve even further to compensate for the lack of local advertising dollars.
Internet advertising can be lucrative, but it really drives the message home that you do not have the resources to make it on your own. With a startup, you do not need the initial money, plus you will only need a few million to get started, and then you will promote the software for you and make a nice profit. The idea for marketing is to identify a niche and talk to the people who are the experts in that niche about starting a site that proposes to solve their problem in that niche. They may not be giving you money right away, but they may be potential clients for you in the long run.
The niche market is vast, and there is so much stuff out there that you never know what to look for. You have to know what to look for and how to make your site appealing to those visitors who are not satisfied with the offerings of the offering companies. The whole point of all this is to get you to the same position of promoting your software or solution before others.