Articles categorized as "community"

Linux and Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

Tomorrow marks the release of a new version of Ubuntu Linux, version 9.10 called Karmic Koala. This is your AuctioneerTech guide to what Linux is and why it’s more relevant today than ever before. Operating system An operating system exists … Continue reading

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Your website is more important than social networking

Social networking is one of many buzzwords that has recently risen to fad proportions. It seems that any time the subject of marketing arises, the topic quickly turns to importance of social networking. The power of social networking lies in … Continue reading

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Live blogging the Kansas Auctioneers Association bid-call contest

Last year’s live blog from the Kansas State Fair worked, but we tried to go completely live using coveritlive.com last August for the regional competition. We weren’t impressed, mainly because it required Flash. This year, we’re going to try for … Continue reading

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Strengths of Internet bidding

Internet auctions have powerful advantages over live events. Trying to simulate live auctions on the Internet gives up those advantages and introduces the same limitations of live auctions. Continue reading

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NAA forum adds custom groups

Perhaps one of the most valuable benefits to being a member in the National Auctioneers Association is the networking and community of friends and neighbors in the profession. The ability to bounce ideas off of someone doing the same type … Continue reading

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