It’s 6:55 AM, and some random kid somewhere is waking up with almost 300k followers on Twitter. #AlexFromTarget has taken off! Who is he, and who cares?
I’ve started vlogging on YouTube. Getting views, likes, comments, and subscribes is addicting. Like, comment, please subscribe, and then share.
Last weekend, my wife and I decided to throw a Memorial Day party, and have it double as a “Welcome to summer” party as well. We coordinated food with some friends we invited, and I came to a startling conclusion without much warning: This party means burgers. Burgers means grilling. Grilling that will be done by the man of the house. That’s me, and I’ve never grilled out before. Until now.
I’ve never been able to draw pretty pictures. This doesn’t mean that I would not try to draw. Note that I said “pretty.” Partially because of this reason, and partially because I’m stubborn and wanted to do it myself, I haven’t had an official logo or branding or anything for my own site or development company. Until now.
I am an extreme optimist. I look on the brightest side of any situation the majority of the time. Some will say that this is just because there has never been anything truly terrible that has happened to my life. I’m not exactly sure about that, but I do know what goes through my head when bad situations bloom, and that’s what I’d like to share today.
Content is king. Your content determines everything about your site. Following these five, content-driven steps to creating a website, I can guarantee that you will be off to great start in this already well-pioneered digital age. So many people miss the crucial focus of developing great content, and consume themselves with the other aspects. It is a likely problems will arise from such thinking.
There are a lot of people who are living from paycheck to paycheck, and have nothing to show for it. They spend everything they have, and do not save a penny. I know that there are some of you who will say, “I do not make much, so it’s really hard for me to save.” The first part can be true, but the last part is simply because you are not disciplined in saving money. You do not know how to pay yourself first.
Is your WordPress site stuck with the error message “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.”? All you were doing was updating a plugin, or installing the latest update to the WordPress core, right? Suddenly, your whole site down and you can’t access the WordPress Dashboard to fix it! There’s actually a simple solution.
I think I have a terrible problem. My wife and a lot of my close friends know about this problem. It’s one that surfaces its face every couple of months or so: I get bored. With what I’m doing. For a living. I’ll explore this boredom, and see what I come up in this post.
There is an awesome site that my brother-in-law, Matt Bynum, introduced me to: teefury.com. They put up some awesome designs to go on to t-shirts for people like you and me to buy. Every day, a new shirt, priced pretty cheap: $10 + shipping and handling. And the designs are usually some sort of nerdery which […]