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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-17

ClintonBushHaitiFund.org: http://www.clintonbushhaitifund.org/ #

Twitter Updates for 2010-01-13

My tips on "How To Succeed At Twitter" http://bit.ly/8tfMnz I hope they're helpful. # I really miss the iTunes shopping cart. #

How To Succeed At Twitter

Here are a few tips on increasing your Twitter effectiveness 1. Repeat the same tweet day after day. People may forget your information, they need to hear it multiple times. 1b. Corollary: If your information is really important, post the same tweet multiple times per day. 2. Post inane information, such as what you had […]

Twitter Updates for 2010-01-08

#shortyawards @showbizradio #news because they summarize all of the DC area's theater news stories for local fans of theatre #dc #

Twitter Updates for 2010-01-06

I'm not seeing any ads on Youtube RT @ejwc:The video ads showing up on Youtube now before seeing what you want basically make it unusable. #

Twitter Updates for 2010-01-04

Ken Follett's "Pillars of the Earth" being shot in Hungary, Austria http://planetmike.com/x/ho (A great novel, I hope the movie is as good!) # @jtimothyking Is "ftaoc" the novel you wrote for NaNoWriMo? I just downloaded the free copy, and will try to send you some notes. in reply to jtimothyking #

Making the 4G Blacklist Easier to Manage

Jeff Starr wrote back in March about his attempts at keeping scammers and crackers and other undesirables away from his web sites. He’s published his suggested settings for the Apache web server at The Perishable Press 4G Blacklist. I’m not a fan of adding lots of stuff to my core system files. So I simply […]

Recommended Server Software: Pixelpost

If you are an active photographer, you should definitely look into using Pixelpost to manage your online photo collection. I’m using it for my Fractal of the Day web site. From the Pixelpost introduction: Meet Pixelpost, a small photoblog application that’s a no-brainer to set up and use. It’s perfect for anyone wishing to regularly […]

Double Check The Year In Your Footer

With the new year comes a very easily remedied problem: many web sites still say 2009 in their footer. You can either hard-code the year in the footer.php page in your site’s template and manually update each January 1st. Or you can add this bit of php code: <?php echo date(‘Y’); ?> in place of […]