One of the reasons why I always cringed from web front end in the past is that presentation is so “dirty.” We have all felt the flames.
HTML was never really designed as a presentation language confusion of XHTML validations and the different DOCTYPES CSS is supposed to be for design browser wars and their . . . → Read More: Pssssst! Wanna learn JQuery?
Google sucked away my LUV! Sorry!
With a heavy heart I disabled commentluv and Dofollow on Hot Dorkage. See the two post series below for why.
. . . → Read More: No LUV in Tinytown
Is “shrinkage” ever a good thing? Actually, Jerry Seinfeld notwithstanding, yes! If you don’t know about shrinkage as it applies to the internet, learn the basics first , then come back and learn how to make money with it. I’ll wait.
There are rumblings that TinyURL, the oldest and probably most . . . → Read More: Adjix: Monetize your shrinkage
Regex's save the day
Pundits say you should produce original content but people visit when I embed xkcd comics in my blog.
Another fave from XKCD. Gotta love ‘em! The thing is, even when a dork such as yours truly actually does end up saving the day with a stunt like this, we usually . . . → Read More: Dork Saves the Day
This post started as a follow-on comment to my post “Not All Dofollows are created Equal,” but it started to get long and linky, so it became a new post. In the previous dofollow post, I was wondering why, given the number of comments I write on other blogs, I get so few inbound . . . → Read More: Dofollows Part II
I comment on plenty of of blogs. I never noticed my comments scoring me serious incoming links on my WP dashboard, even from so-called “dofollow” blogs. That’s what dofollows are meant to do — increase your incoming link count, and ultimately bump your Google PR.
. . . → Read More: Not all dofollows are created equal
This amazing free SEO analysis website deserves more than just a feeble fleeting tweet lost among all those 500 lb. canaries on Twitter. The mostly nontechnical website owners in our local Etailing group really liked it. Why? Because it not only flags SEO issues, but it tells you in non geek what you can . . . → Read More: SEO Automatic: awesome free SEO analysis
One of my good friends related a story to me about some of the earliest Hewlett Packard programmable calculators in the early 80′s. When engaging in lengthy number crunching, the calculator would print “crunching” (or processing, or something) on the display, and every few seconds it would add a dot, so the user would know . . . → Read More: User Interface Matters