Monthly Archives: July 2009

Talent Oregon Coffee Shop Website Goes Live


My buddies over the Whistle Stop Coffee shop have a new website  and this is a post to help them get indexed more quickly at Google.  It’s a work in progress for them.    Small business sites can take some … Continue reading

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Auth Code Help. Authorization Code Instructions for Domain Name Transfers from Godaddy, Moniker, and more.


Skip to highlighted text below for Auth Code Instructions Even after thousands of domain name transactions over the years I’m always pulling my hair out with domain name transfer process which, like many mixtures of bureaucratic bungling and private sector … Continue reading

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Financial Planning in Southern California


It’s always fun to do a shout out to friends and family who have great services and/or online resources. I’m sometimes reluctant because this blog has my own quirky views which may not line up with their prospective clients, but … Continue reading

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Hardbat Classic on ESPN September 27


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Hot Air and the CO2 Problem


A few years ago I felt compelled to learn a lot more about global climate change because I kept hearing about all the pending climate caused catastrophes looming just over the horizon. Hearing this not just from poorly informed journalists … Continue reading

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To Eat or Not to Eat, THAT is the question


I’m trying to attain a BMI of 24.9 so I can rest a little easier knowing I’m at less risk for the various unhappy consequences of being overweight.    The doctor didn’t seem concerned last time I talked to him … Continue reading

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Celebrity Salaries


Don’t you always wonder what those celebrities make on TV?    Years ago ago I’d read that Vanna White was pulling in about 100k per show for “Wheel of Fortune” (it may be more now), and Pat Sayjak 250,000  (these … Continue reading

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