It is . My name is Rodd Dierker; I'm a professional web programmer and e-business developer, in business since 1996. I develop and program custom responsive websites (RWD) and e-business applications for the mobile web to suit any commercial, institutional and/or social purpose.

From concept to launch, and beyond, I can help you build, manage and promote a modern, responsive website powered by a secure and scalable web-based content and data management platform to meet the demands of twenty-first century e-business. An extremely user-friendly content management application will provide you with real-time management of all of your website's content, including pages, pictures, text and files, from any internet-connected device. Custom modules can expand your content manager into a full-function data management platform from which you can manage all of your critical business data in real-time from any device, including your smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, television, or any other internet-connected device.

I develop websites, e-business and mobile apps that are 100% error free and compliant with all current World-Wide-Web Consortium (W3C) standards and accepted SEO principals. Your new custom built web site will take full advantage of all your social media by integrating them into a single e-business and social platform that can be accessed and securely managed from any internet connected device.

My rates are reasonable and I provide extremely personal, one-on-one service, anytime, day or night, seven days a week. I can provide you with as much or as little assistance as you need.

There are no licensing fees with any website, mobile or web-based application I build. When I'm paid in full, complete ownership is transferred to you. After full payment, and upon your request, I will provide you with all the files, databases, code, graphics, images and programming that make up your website or mobile app.

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China's Didi Kuaidi ups stakes in taxi apps war
By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - China's dominant taxi-hailing firm Didi Kuaidi will spend 1 billion yuan ($161.39 million) on promotions, the company said on Friday, in an aggressive expansion that will help lure in riders and fend of rivals like U.S. firm Uber Technologies Inc. Alongside the basic cab calling function, users of the Didi Kuaidi app will have access to premium cars, carpooling, designated drivers and a service for passengers with special needs, the company said in a statement. The goal is to serve 30 million people a day within three years, Cheng Wei, CEO of Didi Kuaidi, said. If the strategy succeeds, Didi Kuaidi - backed by rival Internet giants Tencent Holdings Ltd and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd - could hammer the final nail into the coffin of its competitors in China.
Uber in talks with banks for $1 billion credit facility: WSJ
Employee works inside the office of U.S. online cab-hailing company Uber on the outskirts of New Delhi(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc is seeking a $1 billion credit line from banks, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The cab-hailing company is in talks with a number of large banks for the loan, asking them how much they would commit and at what terms, the Journal reported, citing the people. An initial public offering is not imminent, the Journal reported, adding that one person said a debut was not expected until next year at the earliest.
Toshiba extends accounting probe to three more business units
Logo of Toshiba Corp is seen as people are reflected on a window at the company's Hydrogen Energy R&D Center after its opening ceremony in TokyoJapan industrial conglomerate Toshiba Corp said on Friday it would investigate accounting practices in its TV, computer and chip businesses, extending a probe already under way into irregularities that led to profits being overstated by at least $415 million in recent years. The move comes after Toshiba last week set up a third-party committee, headed by a former prosecutor, to conduct an independent inquiry in addition to its own internal investigation into accounting problems related to infrastructure and construction work. Toshiba said previously it was likely to mark down operating profit by at least 50 billion yen ($415 million) for the three years through March 2014 after it found inappropriate reporting of some infrastructure project costs and construction work.
HP sells $2.3 billion China unit stake to forge partnership with Tsinghua Unigroup
A Hewlett-Packard logo is seen at the company's Executive Briefing Center in Palo AltoHewlett-Packard Co will sell a controlling 51 percent stake in its China-based data-networking business to China's Tsinghua Unigroup for at least $2.3 billion, forming a partnership designed to create a Chinese technology powerhouse. State-backed Tsinghua Holdings' subsidiary Unisplendour Corp Ltd will acquire 51 percent of HP's H3C Technologies for at least $2.3 billion, Unisplendour said in a statement to the Shenzhen stock exchange late on Thursday. The U.S. company also said in a statement on Thursday it will form a partnership with Tsinghua Holdings, affiliated with China's elite Tsinghua University, to create a group in China to house H3C's networking operation alongside its China-based server, data-storage and technology-services businesses.
Disney to bring mobile technology to more parks
Staggs, Chairman of Walt Disney World Parks & Resorts speaks during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the New Fantasyland in Lake Buena Vista, FloridaBy Lisa Richwine ANAHEIM, California (Reuters) - The mobile technology that helps Walt Disney Co theme park guests beat lines and pay for Mickey Mouse ears at the company's flagship resort in Florida will expand in some form to other Disney resorts, Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs said. The $1 billion MyMagic+ program features wristbands and a mobile app that let Walt Disney World visitors unlock hotel room doors, pay for food and merchandise, and book dinner reservations or ride times. The technology aims to help people plan trips in advance, move more quickly through the park and personalize visits.
HP forecasts split-related costs below expectations
The Hewlett-Packard (HP) logo is seen as part of a display at the Microsoft Ignite technology conference in ChicagoHewlett-Packard Co , which is in the process of splitting itself, forecast separation-related costs below the expectation of several analysts and reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit. The world's No. 2 personal computer maker, whose shares rose more than 3 percent in extended trading on Thursday, kept its profit forecast unchanged for the full year, allaying fears of a strong dollar and weak enterprise demand for its services.
Tsu introduces "open web" to increase royalty payments for viral content creators
Tsu introduces "open web" to increase royalty payments for viral content creatorsSocial network Tsu has opened up its network so that users can now see posts on the platform without creating an account.
Audi says to enhance Chinese connected-car offerings with Baidu
People sit in front of the company logo of Baidu at its headquarters in BeijingAudi said on Friday its planned cooperation with China's web services provider Baidu aims to enhance connected-car offerings in the world's largest auto market. Based on a partnership agreed in January, the two companies will jointly develop navigation map data, positioning algorithms and point-of-interest functions, Audi said in a statement published ahead of its annual shareholder meeting in Neckarsulm, Germany. Audi and Baidu agreed a memorandum of understanding in January and will sign a contract on their partnership at the May 25-27 international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Shanghai.
Women in Business Q&A: Roxane Divol, SVP and GM, Trust Services, Symantec
As the General Manager (GM) of Symantec's Trust Services, Roxane Divol is responsible for the end-to-end optimization and growth of the Trust Services business. This business offers industry leading SSL certificates, code signing, and certificate management offerings.Roxane joined the Symantec leadership team in 2013 as Senior Vice (SVP)...
DevOps: Is it about efficiency or just saving money?
DevOps: Is it about efficiency or just saving money?Is DevOps a more effective method for software development, or is it just about cutting costs - or can it do both?
Senate expected to act on NSA collection of phone records
FILE In this June 6, 2013 file photo, a sign stands outside the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md. The Justice Department warned lawmakers that the National Security Agency will have to wind down its bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the end of the week if Congress fails to reauthorize the Patriot Act. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — The fate of the bulk collection of American phone records by the National Security Agency is now before the Senate, in what is increasingly looking like a game of legislative chicken.
Eurovision and Nothingness: backstage with the hopefuls of Europe's biggest TV event
Eurovision and Nothingness: backstage with the hopefuls of Europe's biggest TV eventIn barely three hours, he and the three other members of the Danish boy band Anti Social Media will take the stage at the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the biggest — and most ridiculous — TV events in the world, and sing their official competition song, "The Way You Are." Six months ago, he was just a redheaded 19-year-old with a nice voice. The last five months have been one continual ascent for Anti Social Media. If they win enough votes, they’ll stay on through Saturday night’s final, with a shot at bringing the Eurovision crown back to Denmark, a three-time champion.
New training facility in Louisville, Ky. adds to city's growing 3D printing hub
New training facility in Louisville, Ky. adds to city's growing 3D printing hubThe University of Louisville and UL, a safety science company, are launching a training center for professionals to learn about additive manufacturing, adding to Louisville's growing list of 3D printing facilities.
Is this the flag that could represent Earth to the stars?
Is this the flag that could represent Earth to the stars?A design student's graduation project proposes a flag to unite the world as humans journey further and further beyond our planet.
Opal card data handed over to NSW Police, Immigration
Opal card data handed over to NSW Police, ImmigrationTransport for New South Wales has confirmed that in just six months, NSW Police has made 166 requests for data on the Opal travel card.
Google's Project Fi invites won't roll out to everyone til mid-summer
Google's Project Fi invites won't roll out to everyone til mid-summerGoogle has started sending invites out for its own MVNO phone service, Project Fi, but some people who've registered are going to have to wait a while longer. In an email sent out to users who'd indicated interest, Google warns that it may take until "mid-summer" for each request to be processed. "Given the number of requests we've received, we currently estimate that it will take until mid-summer to get to everyone." Google also says it will roll out a way to start tracking your invite's status in the next few weeks.
Australian government proposes spectrum sharing and trading
Australian government proposes spectrum sharing and tradingThe Australian government has proposed a massive overhaul of spectrum legislation, with an eye to allow telcos to share and trade spectrum amongst themselves.
Alaska's popular walrus cam streams again after a decade
This May, 2015 photo provided by explore.org, shows walruses on a beach, recorded by a robotic camera on Round Island, Alaska. A popular webcam showing large male Pacific walruses lying on the beach is once again streaming on the Internet. The high-definition stream from Alaska's remote Round Island had been dormant for nearly a decade after private funding ran out. But thanks to the philanthropic organization explore.org, the cam is again up and running.(explore.org via AP)ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A popular webcam showing large male Pacific walruses lying on the beach with a Hitchcockian number of seabirds flying overhead is once again streaming to the Internet.
Skin that can see is octopus camouflage superpower
Skin that can see is octopus camouflage superpowerA protein in octopus skin is similar to a light-detecting protein found in the eye, enabling the cephalopods' amazing camouflage skills.
eBay testing buyer loyalty program in Germany
eBay testing buyer loyalty program in GermanyThe program, to be offered at an annual fee, will include fast, free shipping and returns for buyers. It could be the start of another potential challenger to Amazon Prime.
The NSA came up with a brilliantly sneaky way to hack your Android phone
Once again, we have to tip our cap in grudging admiration for the lengths the National Security Administration will go to hack into our mobile devices. The Intercept has published some new documents leaked by Edward Snowden that show how the NSA and other spy agencies at one point planned to conduct man-in-the-middle attacks between end users and Android app stores to infect users’ phones with spyware. FROM EARLIER: Here are the most ridiculous questions al-Qaeda asks on its official job application “The agencies used the Internet spying system XKEYSCORE to identify smartphone traffic flowing across Internet cables and then to track down smartphone connections to app marketplace servers operated by Samsung and Google,” writes The Intercept. “As part of a pilot project codenamed
Dallas Buyers Club piracy letters won't be sent for months
Dallas Buyers Club piracy letters won't be sent for monthsThe law firm representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC has indicated it could be two months before some 4,700 Australians begin receiving letters over allegedly illicitly downloading the film of the same name.
Thunder Networking records poor Q1 performance
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Need for Speed reboot trailer brings the series back underground
Need for Speed: Most Wanted was one of my favorite games of the last generation. It’s the second best open world racing game ever made (after the inimitable Forza Horizon 2), but its follow-up, Need for Speed Rivals, just didn’t connect with me. I wanted something even bigger and more impressive, but what I got was a conservative step into the new console generation. A year and a half later, developer Ghost Games is back with another Need for Speed, and the first teaser just went live. READ MORE: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: PS4 vs. Xbox One performance comparison EA and Ghost Games haven’t revealed much about the new entry, but according to a press release we received earlier today, this will be
Government invests NZ$360m in broadband rollouts
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Google reportedly developing 'Brillo,' an OS for the Internet of Things
Google reportedly developing 'Brillo,' an OS for the Internet of ThingsThe lightweight version of mobile operating system Android would help smart devices communicate better with each other, according to a report in The Information.
Posted on: May 20th 2015, 22:45

AWS now 10X the size of its competitors: Is the cloud arms race over?
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AWS finally has real competition, but you wouldn't know that from looking at Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant cloud IaaS data.

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Posted on: May 20th 2015, 12:10

Five handy apps exclusively for Android
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From a screen launcher to a biometric lock, these specialized apps are available only on Android.

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Posted on: May 20th 2015, 11:40

There's a new problem with SSL called "Logjam", here's what you need to know
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It seems like we just got over the Heartbleed vulnerability, but there's another major flaw with SSL called "logjam" that affects a number of fundamental Web protocols. The bug affects an algorithm...

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Posted on: May 19th 2015, 13:29

Don't fall into this rut. Responsive (all device) websites can have soul if you hire a truly talented coder who has a photographer's eye, instead of cheaping out with a dimestore "web designer". If you're looking for an advanced but affordable website or cloud-based data manager, just holler. I'm aways happy to help.

Why web design is losing its soul
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As responsive design becomes the norm, designers have developed a reliance on boxes and grids, argues Noah Stokes.

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Posted on: May 19th 2015, 01:23

Backlash Against Facebook's Free Internet Service Grows | WIRED
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Advocacy groups around the globe say Internet.org violates the principles of net neutrality and exacerbates inequality.

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Posted on: May 18th 2015, 22:25

Computing at the speed of light: Team takes big step toward much faster computers
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University of Utah engineers have taken a step forward in creating the next generation of computers and mobile devices capable of speeds millions of times faster than current machines.

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