Tag Archives: Newsbites

Two sides of Email: the nasty and the pleasant…

Today, I got two rather different emails. I’ll include them both. In both of them, the similarities are quite obvious: mostly they are both likely automatically generated, and sent to hundreds or thousands of recipients. The pleasant (Ad network name changed): Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for applying to join the **** Advertisement Network. We have reviewed https://www.investorblogger.com and… Read More »

Google Page Rank: Ups and downs…

Google regularly updates its page rank every quarter or so. So naturally, any changes are anticipated widely by bloggers all over the world! But things change, and so does a PR Rank!? Did you check yours recently? Well, I hadn’t checked my stats for a while. I checked today in the Google Toolbar, and noted that my blog… Read More »

Focus, Focus, Focus: Rule #1

Have you ever noticed how many things there are to do on the Internet? MP3s to listen to, Videos to watch, Groups to join, Chats to finish, Emails to write, it’s really busy work. And yet, it’s also quite frustrating because you sit down to write an email, and 2 hours go by, you’ve done a 100 things,… Read More »

Mess, Glorious Mess!

Saying Yes to Mess – New York Times IT is a truism of American life that we’re too darn messy, or we think we are, and we feel really bad about it. Our desks and dining room tables are awash with paper; our closets are bursting with clothes and sports equipment and old files; our laundry areas boil;… Read More »

New Series of Posts Coming

Readers, I’m going to be writing several series of posts for y’all. The first series will be in ten parts posted weekly on the issue of how to get started with your blogging in ten easy lessons. The second series will look at developing your blogs options for income generation. This will also be a ten part series… Read More »

The OS X Virtualization Weekend

I’ve been following this company since I first heard about its software. Naturally curious to read about the possibilities of running other systems inside a primary system. It’s a good way for me to keep alive some of the systems I like to use, such as Works 4.5 ( a nice piece of software, BTW), unlike its younger… Read More »