Monthly Archives: December 2011

Google Custom Seach Engine = Brilliant! CSE Troubleshooting Tips


The Google Custom Search allows a simple addition of code to your site that creates a customized search engine run by Google.   This is often added via your adsense account (under ads / search) and it is a brilliant … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas to All


Wishing everybody a merry Christmas. May 2012 bring peace and prosperity to you and yours.

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Affiliate West Summit Contest from Shoemoney


Dear Staff of Shoemoney (SOSs), Shoemoney, and fellow Affiliate Americans – Honestly you probably will not  and probably should not  choose me for the Shoemoney Affiliate Summit West Contest. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a pretty good guy, fun to hang … Continue reading

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You’ll probably want to ignore this post unless you are … Googlebot! Or Retired. Or a Retired Googlebot?


Retirement | Poudre Property Services | Cadence Bank |   UT Medical Group | Eskaton | Palm Springs Family Care Center OK, so this is kind of clever and kind of pathetic all at the same time.    Google can take too long to index new content, but Joe Duck … Continue reading

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Got Bias? Does Bill Moyers ?


I’m having a great discussion with my good pal Keith about whether Bill Moyers is “biased”.   I think Bill Moyers has become an authoritative and articulate spokesperson for the mainstream American left.   To me, that is almost the definition of … Continue reading

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CES 2012 at Technology Report ?! OMG!


The rumors, of course, are true.   Starting immediately, over at Technology Report, I’m covering the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with “pre show” coverage.  In January I’ll be there roaming the halls in real time looking for the … Continue reading

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Specialists vs Generalists


In My Humble Opinion ….. it seems that many of the most fascinating people tend to be *specialists* in their fields – highly focused experts in academia, cooking or sport or film or whatever.  Yet it seems the most interesting … Continue reading

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