Archive for June, 2008


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Firefox 3.0

So, I’ve been using Mozilla’s Firefox 3.0 for a couple of days and I really like the look and feel of it. It’s more 2008 and has some cool features. For example, when you type a URL into the address bar, it drops a menu down that makes seeing what you’ve typed in before pretty […]

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Who Sees Ads?

First, I want to thank all of you that wrote a comment or something on Facebook or emailed me to say, “Happy Birthday.” That was totally cool and I appreciate every one of you. You made my day. But today, I wanted to tell you about this cool little plugin I got today called, “Who […]

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Tellman Had Me Arrested!

So… This morning I wake up. It’s my birthday! And so, I’m like, happy about it, but not like a kid, you know? When you’ve had as many birthdays as I have, it just seems like another day. I call in to the manager’s meeting that we have every morning at Overcome Everything, and I’m […]

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Internet Marketing: No Free Lunches

I had an email today from someone on my list who wanted to know how to get 100 people into his site. So, naturally, I’m thinking onto his list. In itself isn’t terribly hard to do, right? I mean, put up a squeeze page with an ethical bribe and send traffic to it. Getting 100 […]

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What the Flock?

So, have you seen the new “social” browser yet? It’s called Flock and it’s pretty cool, if you spend your life in the trenches of Web 2.0 every day. I like it, but not for work. It has some cool features. Like, you can see who’s Twittering immediately in your sidebar. Or, what’s happening on […]

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And the Social Bookmarking Winners Are…

Jack Humphrey, who in my humble opinion is one of the best bloggers on the planet, wrote a post last week about the best social news sites online. And here’s the deal… At some point, I think that what people want and enjoy are going to supersede what the search engines think we should want. […]

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The Magic "Do Over" Button

Remember when you were a kid and you missed the softball or stepped on a line in hopscotch or whatever, you’d say, “Ah… Can’t I have a ‘Do Over’?” I wasn’t really partial to allowing that. To me, it was kind of cheating. I mean, if you were just learning something and asked me for […]

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