Author Archives: Eric Holsinger

About Eric Holsinger

Eric Holsinger has broad background in web and mobile application development. He founded Whirlidoo, LLC in 2010 to create custom mobile applications and better websites.

Is Facebook marketing worth it?

With Facebook limiting the reach of your Facebook Page updates, and rumors of more drastic throttling to come, is Facebook marketing worth it?

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SURF ATM Finder, iOS 7 update

Newly updated SURF ATM Finder App, Version 2.10, for iOS 7 and iOS 6.1 is available for free download in the App Store. Continue reading

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SURF ATM Finder, Version 2

New SURF ATM Finder, Version 2, for iPhone is available in the App Store. SURF Network Credit Union members avoid ATM usage fees by finding surcharge free SURF ATMs near you! The SURF ATM Finder was updated to iOS 6.1 … Continue reading

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Protect your website by hardening your WordPress: Admin User

The WordPress default user ‘admin’ may be your sites biggest weakness to automated username/password penetration attacks. Here are several simple ways to fix it. Continue reading

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Protect your website by hardening your WordPress: Hard Passwords

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS). I personally think it’s fantastic and recommend it often. But, the default installation and many older installations may have a few security weaknesses that you can easily improve. With the popularity of the software comes a big red bulls-eye on your site for hackers. Save yourself some trouble take some steps to prevent avoid problems. Continue reading

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Asana: our new task management software

I’ve gone through several different mobile versions of task management until I finally found Asana. Continue reading

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