Author Archives: Nathan Lyle

About Nathan Lyle

Nathan is a father of four, an amateur musician, and an aspiring photographer. He started programming in 4th grade on an Apple II+ and many years later spent much of his college years freelancing website design for college departments. Nathan is a veteran of the Browser Wars, and will gladly talk at length about the changes he has seen in Web technology if you accidentally ask him.

This morning I popped over to WLBY 1290AM for a quick interview on the Lucy Ann Lance Show, with Saline Chamber Executive Director Art Trapp. It was fun to sit at a radio microphone again (had a few flashbacks to … read more Interview on the Lucy Ann Lance Show

In all the many years I’ve been working with people, building websites for them, there have always been many of my clients who make the request to have all outgoing links on their website pop open a new window or … read more Your website is not the Hotel California

Some people, in seeking to keep costs down, will skip building a website for their business and just use a Facebook page. It’s online, it lets you post information and photos, so isn’t that just as good as a website? … read more Do I Really Need a Website? I’ve Already Got a Facebook Page…

If you have a tight budget, it can be tempting to use a template or a website service that is based on templates that allow you to customize some of the template components. It can feel very empowering to sign … read more What’s Wrong With Using a Design Template?

If you’d like your website to be completely ignored by everyone, make it a copy of your company’s old brochures. Use lots of sentences like “Our primary goal is to provide synergistic business solutions” and “We utilize proactive approaches to … read more The Quickest Way To Get Ignored On The Web

The email looks official… PayPal is telling you that you have to log in to unfreeze your account, or to update your information, so you click the link and enter your password on the website that comes up. In almost … read more Don’t Get Caught When Others Go Phishing

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