The secret language of Vote for Trump!

I recently launched my completely unheralded food blog mostly as a way to play around with Elegant Themes Divi theme.  I do, however, have lots of various food pictures I’d like to categorize more for my own recorded history.  If someone stumbles...

Google Voice

I’ve been working a bit to update content on TQuist website. I had gotten a Google Voice number years ago but then never used it, and after a time it was recycled. I signed up for a new one today and the process is very, very smooth.  One has to bear in...

CMS sites revisited

Recent work research includes CMS review. I haven’t looked into what is out there in a long time. The quick search hits showed lots of familiar faces and a couple new ones. I found this post informative: WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal + CMS “comparison...

Congratulations Impact Makers

Impact Makers was awarded “Best for the World” by B Lab. Here’s a Richmond Time’s Dispatch mentioning of the award. I met Michael Pirron shortly after moving to Richmond in 2004, and have watched him methodically and conscientiously build...

DropBox Security

Oh, the line between security and convenience is harsh. While reading TechRepublic I found this interesting article on DropBox security. I love the convenience of cloud technologies, and use DropBox like lots of people, including the article author (Michael Kassner)....

GOOG perspective on links

Analytics is an area that I will be focusing quite a bit in the coming months. I read this article about linking and Penguin 2.0 changes on a website called “Search Engine Watch.”  There are many pieces to the content puzzle that websites have to...

Google Apps v. Office 365

The TechRepublic newsletter is worth a scan every day.  I found this gem recently and it’s worth a read if you use, or might use in the future, either Google Apps or Microsoft Office. Here it is: Google Apps v. Office 365: Head-to-head comparison of...

BrainFlips prospects rising

I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on BrainFlips recently, as we’ve had some expressed interest from two groups in helping us both shore up some desperately needed technology gaps, as well as provide business development opportunities. ¬†Suffice it to say,...

UltraEdit

I first used UltraEdit sometime in the late 90s.  I loved it back then. When I went to work for TQuist in 2003 I purchased another copy. I just now retired my last XP system, and so I’ve decided to get the latest copy.  I hope it’s aged well....