Category Archives: Lists

Posts that are lists. Top # lists, link lists, tips lists, and so forth.

Git Resources

Over the last couple of months I have been working on moving all of my personal projects over to Git based source control.  I have moved all of my source code to GitHub.  The reason I did this was because … Continue reading

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Five Security Issues Most People Do

These are all simple
areas to be more
secure in. If people
just took an extra 10-
15 minutes in some
cases, their chances
of being hacked,
having their password
phished, or their data
stolen would drop
tremendously. Firefox
and Internet Explorer
had to put warnings
for possible phishing
sites because people
could not be bothered
to double check
where they were at
on the web.
Companies implement
password policies to
ensure secure
passwords on their
networks. Sometimes
taking the simplest of
steps can go miles in
protecting you and
your data. Continue reading

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5 WordPress Plugins

It seems these days everyone is using WordPress to handle their blogging needs. And why not? It is one of the easiest to use, highly customizable web applications in existence today. For this week’s list I’m going to share with … Continue reading

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Weekly Reads 2007-02-16

This week’s weekly
reads, includes some
links you can’t live
without, getting things
done with Google,
replacing consumer
products on the
cheap, and much
more. Be sure to
scope out some of
these articles that I
found interesting. Continue reading

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Killer Flagship Content by ChrisG (Review)

I just finished reading
Killer Flagship
Content by Chris
Garrett of currently of
ChrisG.com and
(formally?)
Performancing.com .
This fourteen page
ebook that comes as
a free gift when
subscribing to the
RSS feed for
ChrisG.com is a great
beginning resource for
any new blogger. In
fact, it is probably
one of newest must
read resources for a
new blogger. Continue reading

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Weekly Reads 2007-02-09

In this weeks weekly
readings, Lifehacker
shows you how to get
good with Google
Reader
,
Problogger wants to
make your RSS feeds
pop, and Steve Jobs
gives his opinions on
DRM and digital
music downloads.
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