Webloggia

A tag cloud of search terms people used to find this site this week.

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Automatic SEO on the fly Think you know everything there is to know abut SEO? Think you’ve got everything SEO-wise covered with your blog? Yeah, so does everyone else. But every once in a while, you leave something important out of your title. Or you accidentally stuff too many keywords in a post. Or you […]

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Back in the closing days of the last century, roughly a Spartan military unit of us tried our hand at this little thing called “blogging.” One of those brave souls, who persists to this day, is Sean Hackbarth, the author of “The American Mind.” Now, Sean is clearly a bullshit artist and a suck-up where […]

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Note: this is not legal advice. This is my opinion, nothing more. If you want legal advice, hire a lawyer. Update July 16, 2010 – I’ve said all along that actual incorporation of code makes “the work is probably derivative, and the GPL probably applies.” With that in mind, please go read Andrew Nacin’s post […]

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Update Please check out the companion piece to this article, Why the GPL/Derivative Work debate doesn’t matter for WordPress themes July 16, 2010 – I’ve said all along that actual incorporation of code makes “the work is probably derivative, and the GPL probably applies.” With that in mind, please go read Andrew Nacin’s post about […]

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We didn’t start the fire How many people can say they were on the front lines of a revolution? Ten years ago, inspired by some pretty interesting people, I started a little blog. At that time, there were roughly three hundred webloggers in the world, and most of us knew each other. There were few […]

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It’s amazing what you can learn in the doctor’s waiting room. Nate was playing with the big toy – the one where you move all the beads back and forth across the wires – and I took a minute to check out a web design question I had, surfing the web on my phone. I […]

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I’ve played around a little bit with the design. The theme hasn’t changed – I’m using the outstanding Thesis theme – and I’m taking advantage of Thesis’s ease of customization. If anything breaks, let me know.

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I’ve been a Dreamhost customer since 2000. In that time, I found a lot to like about the service. It’s been convenient to use, packed with all the features I could want and then some, and seemed fairly reliable. But if you were to search Twitter today for the word “Dreamhost,” you’d have found an […]

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