At last! I have found something on the Internest that is truly free! Oh, wait, no, that’s wrong.
Optimizing WordPress using a CDN (Content Delivery Network) My blog had been running, if that’s what you could call it, at speeds approximating a gimpy turtle walking in mud uphill… you get the idea. So I started investigating the technical methods used by pro web developers to make their blogs load fast.
This kind of post is always interesting to me. Someday, I’ll figure out why, but for now suffice it to say that when you claim to be an expert about something, at least follow your own rules. The article (a self-referential metablog which attempts to give you some rules for making a good blog) instructs the [...]
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When I look over the Google Analytics for this blog, I look for anomalies. Right now, ANY VISIT to the blog is something of an anomaly, so I study them all and try to figure out the where/why/how of that visit. Yesterday’s post and comments are not so much an experiment as they are the logical conclusion [...]
Metablog (blogging about blogging) Seth Godin‘s blog is one of the most viewed on the web, so a personal blogger would be wise to model it. Of course, not everyone can be an internet millionaire/bestselling author, and use that cred to drive visitors to their site. (Jealous?) That said, Godin’s blog is frequently provocative, easily read, [...]