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November 21, 2005 by joetheblow
I know someof you might not thing that is really anything to write about, but for me, its great. I actually had a person looking at my work.

I felt a little gratified.

I have a few web projects online that I have been working on for 2 years. I finally seem to be seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and might have full working versions of my sites in a few months.

So having someone on my site for the time they were on it was pretty cool. I really worked hard on it.
It called Annou...
October 18, 2004 by joetheblow
Save This is a wonderful site that allows you to save links of web pages you wish to visit again or just want to store for further analysis later on it servers. Its easy to sort through because of its ability to sort by date, name or type (I prefer date). Being that it shows the link name and a brief comment underneath, you can use Google Toolbar to search through the page for specific words, phrases or dates. If there is any confusion to what I am writing, check out my how to use joeKnowled...
August 26, 2004 by joetheblow
SOURCE: FORBES

Google Vs. Yahoo!
Davide Dukcevich, 04.26.04, 6:00 AM ET

NEW YORK - Back in the simpler, more innocent mid-1990s, Internet searches were seen as a loss leader. As Piper Jaffray's Safa Rashtchy explained in a March 2003 research report, portals all but dismissed search. Sure, it was a nice way to bring in users, but it was just one of the many services that surfers would use on a Web site. Better to outsource it.

Overture changed all that. By selling the rights to keyw...
August 19, 2004 by joetheblow
This is a great find from what I want to do with my websites. Having RSS feeds from other related sites allows those who visit to get as much relevant data or information as possible. Over the last few weeks I have been using Blog Navigator and it has impressed me with its ability to read RSS feeds.


Stardock Blog Navigator: This view of Blog Navigator shows 3 views, all the RSS feeds (far left),
the selected RSS Feed post listings for example the RSS feed selected
is Stardock on the Net i...
July 5, 2004 by joetheblow
If you have the Google Toolbar you can search for words by highlighting them to look for specific topics I have collected around the net over the course of almost a year.

In RAW Format means its just a list of links in no order and with no description.

1) Most of the links are on current/past events, science, technology, art, business, political/social, and education. Basically things I am interested in.

2) Future links will be posted here in RAW format and some chosen links will be ...
July 5, 2004 by joetheblow
If you have the Google Toolbar you can search for words by highlighting them to look for specific topics I have collected around the net over the course of almost a year.

In RAW Format means its just a list of links in no order and with no description


Most of the links are on current/past events, science, technology, art, business, political/social, and education. Basically things I am interested in.
Links with dates on them will be on my website as news stories (Only Dates AFTER 08/2...
March 1, 2004 by joetheblow
Source: RipperHunting.com

IMAGINE

One day you surf the net viewing other websites, maybe to look for affiliates for your website, and "Wham!" you discover that your website the one over you spent days of hard and ORIGINAL work has been stolen! YOU CAN'T BELIEVE IT!
So what do you do?
Here at Ripperhunting.com we give you the oppurtunity to tell everyone about what this thief have done, and get support and help to bring him down.



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