Back in 2006, when Brandon was the master of all things MySpace, I made a graphical prediction. He informed me that it came true.
Matthew Korfhage’s article about fluoridation nearly caused me to go into cardiac arrest.
I am never an early adopter, particularly when it comes to new search engines and new social networks, but I have to say, I find the new search engine Blekko to actually be an useful tool. Not so much for it’s search results, but more for the SEO data is provides. I suspect those in […]
I guess there is a problem with wordpress pinging ignOregon.com. I’ll see if it works. Update: No problems with pings on this end.
I have this little Dell Mini 9 Hackintosh that has been quite fun and useful for when I’m running around doing BarFly business. It’s easier than lugging around my main laptop, and it’s easier for entering happy hour info than using my iPhone. However, the keyboard recently went out on me. It was quite odd, […]
I always forget about moldy old sites I own, and then I saw another automatic renewal for Point-of-sale.us, which covers point of sale systems.. I think the content on there is about 5 years old. Maybe I should clean it up. Maybe.
And he is trying it with the Twitter Updater WordPress plugin. I hope it works!
Testing out a WordPress plugin that updates Twitter while shortening the permalink with pdx.be
At some point a little over a week ago I whipped up a temporary Oregon blog aggregator to take the place of the much beloved and missed ORblogs.com. Other efforts with programmers far better than myself are underway too. In full disclosure, I’m just posting this as an excuse to test how well my ping […]
I just finished a minor little project with my friend Kyley, who works in the bulk flower seed industry. I learned all kinds of fascinating stuff about the wildflower seed business. There is quite an interesting set of interaction between growers, wholesalers, and retailers. Often the lines get blurred, as growers buy their own seed […]