As some readers know, I’ve been struggling back and forth with weather to keep up the jobs portion of the blog. It’s funny, because people mistake several of the job features on my site for the actual job blog. I use a service called Indeed to display jobs in many categories, but those aren’t jobs […]
The New York Times is once again attempting to move to a pay model. It’s an interesting approach they are using. You get a certain number of free page views per month (I think twenty) but if you access more than twenty pages, you have to pay to see more. This is similar to the […]
Thank you, as well, for letting me know that links improve page rank. You really opened my eyes with that revelation.
Believe it or not, Microsoft Word has come a long way in the past few years. I still wouldnâ€™t use it for the thousand page monsters I used to build for Intel, but frankly those beasts even made FrameMaker have fits. More importantly, FrameMaker is powerful, but nobody ever bothered to make it easy to use.
Click surprise happens whenever you click on a link and get something other than what you were expecting. In the ecommerce world this happens far too often.
I blog for a living. This isn’t the easiest of tasks. Sure, I do a bit of freelancing as well, but my blog has to pay the bills. That’s why there are ads on my site. When you run ads on a site, you have to live with a few realities. I’ve decided to discuss […]
Litany Against Fear “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has […]
I know quite a few people who can write well, but aren’t writers. They have the skill to write, but they lack the persistence to make it a career. Writing is a skill that most people have to some extent or another. There are plenty of people who don’t care about writing at all that […]