• SEO, It’s Not Magic, and It’s Hard Work

    SEO, It’s Not Magic, and It’s Hard Work

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    During almost every website I build I get asked by my client’s what I’ll be doing to make sure their site ranks high for XXXXXX search term. Unfortunately this stems from the widely held belief that SEO is some sort of magic Voodoo that is done by the site code only. We can’t blame clients…

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  • The Essentials of my OSX Setup

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    Of course this site is about the tools you use to do your job and I mention in passing what I personally use but really the podcast is about the guests. Today I’ll list my essentials for working on OSX. In a future post I’ll list the same for Windows and Linux. Applications Web Development…

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  • Episode 3 – Frank Barrett

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    Welcome to the 3rd episode of Your Workflow, a podcast and blog on the tools you use to do your job and why you use them. Today we’re talking with Frank Barrett. Frank is an IT pro, and master beer brewer. He blogs at Frank Barrett’s Brain and cohosts a podcast called NextGenMedia Podcast which…

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  • Review of The Hit List: It came with a Bundle

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    In Episode 2 @iKitty mentioned that she was using Things as a GTD/TODO app based on a recommendation from me. I used to use Things as my choice for quite a while but have now switched over to The Hit List and thought I’d give you a run down of the features. While this started…

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  • Episode 2 – iKitty

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    In episode 2 we talk with @iKitty. Kitty is a graphic designer from Guatemala. We discuss her food photography, and the differences between the tools in North America and Guatemala. Kitty also mentioned that she wanted to remove the Spotlight icon from the menu bar and I found a way to do it remove spotlight…

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  • Where Applications Break Smooth Workflow

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    This blog is to talk about the tools you use and why you use them, it also stands to reason that we should talk about the things in our lives and workflow that are painful and we haven’t found any solution for. With the rage being in web apps vs. desktop apps now I think…

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  • The Great Windows Code Editor Hunt: Sublime

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    This is the fourth instalment in our search for a solid Windows Code Editor. You can find the other parts listed at the end of the post. While this editor wasn’t in my first list of editors to review it was suggested in the comments and I’m glad it was. The Good Sublime has awesome…

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  • Launch Perfect or On Time?

    Launch Perfect or On Time?

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    So I recently launched Your Workflow which was inspired a few months ago by @dennis_j_bell. As with all personal projects the ideas sit in your head for a while taking shape. Since personal projects don’t always really pay the bills it’s easy to get them sidetracked which means they’d never actually get done. But if…

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  • Episode 1 – Andrea R

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    The inagural episode of Your Workflow. Today I interview @andrea_r. We talk about her work with WordPress and WordPressMU and the tools she uses to get her job done. We even delve a bit into what her husband @wpmuguru uses, as a core committer to the WordPress project for WordPress 3.0. [podcast]http://www.archive.org/download/YourWorkflowEpisode1andrea_r/yourworkflow-001-andrea-r.mp3[/podcast]

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  • Time for a Change

    Time for a Change

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    I’ve been blogging on random things here for a few years now. I’ve taken a few breaks here and there of course but I think I have been fairly consistent and accomplished the goals needed for this site/blog. Today I announce that I will be changing the focus of the site and blog. The Focus…

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