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If the Starbucks secret is a smile when you get your latte... ours is that the Web site adapts to the individual's taste.

— Reed Hastings

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I have a Web site that parents and girls can use to learn about Title IX and take action if they find their school is not in compliance. Thirty years after Title IX passed, 80 percent of schools are not in compliance.

Check out my web site, wtp.org, to see what fast food did to 2 people in England.

I think we know too much about actors as it is and their personal lives and it's this information age where we're stimulated constantly by the celebrity buzz effect or whatever it is, these web sites and blogs and different things.

Day by day, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers that need to work with your site grows. Responsive web design represents a fundamental shift in how we'll build websites for the decade to come.

Thousands of people were producing new Web sites every day.

We were just trying to take all that stuff and organize it to make it useful.

Small businesses no longer need to feel like a deer in the headlights when considering constructing or updating their Web sites. With ClickThings what you see is what you get, unlike some other competitive Web-based Website building tools.

Web users ultimately want to get at data quickly and easily.

They don't care as much about attractive sites and pretty design.

Just five years ago, it was almost impossible to waste a million dollars building a Web site.

I think we're proving ourselves as we go along.

The past several months our strategy has been evolutionary - making maximum advantage of our client browser, as well as our enterprise software for people who want to build Web sites.

I think we're proving ourselves as we go along.

The past several months our strategy has been evolutionary - making maximum advantage of our client browser, as well as our enterprise software for people who want to build Web sites.

I made a Christmas album a couple of years ago and just put it out on my Web site. It kind of smacked of this flavor. All of the reviews said it was Western swing even when it was Christmas standards.

The web site and the Internet are a whole new ball game.

One is that that's the way we started and we thought there would be more value and less confusion if the business model was just based on delivering news that's of value to Web sites.

We started out on the Internet, so I've been reading what people had to say about stuff since we were getting mean comments on iFilm, before we even had our site going. People are really, really rough on the web - that's their right, that's the whole point of it - but sometimes it can be a little bit brutal.

I would love to see churches start using their Web sites to present video profiles of people within their congregations so that the average person could get a sense of what the life of the church (not the organization, but the people - the true church) is really like.

The HoneyLine is my web site and TV segments that were birthed out of the stark reality that we all need a few people to help navigate this life.

A Web site that promotes flow is like a gourmet meal.

You start off with the appetizers, move on to the salads and entrees, and build toward dessert. Unfortunately, most sites are built like a cafeteria. You pick whatever you want. That sounds good at first, but soon it doesn't matter what you choose to do. Everything is bland and the same.

People enter Web sites hoping to be led somewhere, hoping for a payoff.

The fundamental issue is: In the world of the Internet, is there a place for a packager of services? Does the customer want to go surf the Net and go to every one of 50,000 Web sites? Or will people pay a reasonable amount for somebody to go out and preselect and package what they want? My guess is they will both coexist.

A newspaper is the center of a community, it's one of the tent poles of the community, and that's not going to be replaced by Web sites and blogs.

We're living at a time when attention is the new currency: With hundreds of TV channels, billions of Web sites, podcasts, radio shows, music downloads and social networking, our attention is more fragmented than ever before.

It's quite complicated and sounds circular, but we've worked out a way of calculate a Web site's importance.

We want people doing white hat search engine optimization (or even no search engine optimization at all) to be free to focus on creating amazing, compelling web sites. As always, we’ll keep our ears open for feedback on ways to iterate and improve our ranking algorithms toward that goal.

Good web text has a lot in common with good print text.

It's plain, concise, concrete and 'transparent': even on a personal site the text shouldn't draw attention to itself, only to its subject.

Kids are taking PCs and the Internet to new heights.

They're the ones that are designing the cutting-edge web sites.

I enjoy the Web site a lot and I like being able to talk to my readers.

I've always had a very close relationship with them.

No one wants to wait for tracks to buffer or spend hours searching through a Web site to find their favorite song.

Most of my critics don't even listen to me;

they are clueless. They just go to Web sites that report what I say out of context.

The liberation children experience when they discover the Internet is quickly counteracted by the lure of e-commerce web sites, which are customized to each individual user's psychological profile in order to maximize their effectiveness.

I think there are a lot of honest people doing honest business on online auctions. But the control on these Web sites is pretty minimal.

I beg you, look for the words 'social justice' or 'economic justice' on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words.

That's the power behind a tool like Facebook Connect.

It is making a Web without walls. Facebook allows you to go to other sites to comment, rate, etc., without having to set up a new profile for that site.

My two must-haves are my cell phone and my MacBook Pro laptop, which allows me to update my Web site from wherever I am, whether I'm in Africa or in Sun Valley skiing.

I don't necessarily think anything on a Web site can have a result.

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