This means, for example, that when you are viewing a sleeping bag at REI.com, you might later on see an ad for REI—an ad featuring that same sleeping bag—at another web site later that week.
A friend recently mentioned this article in Huffington Post claiming you can opt out of this kind of advertising. They say you can opt out in 2 easy steps. Turns out you can’t really opt out of the tracking, just the advertising itself. (continue reading…)
For years I’ve kept snippets of code in a file that I refer to when I need a cookbook of sorts to perform some magic incantation I only need to invoke once or twice a year. I just don’t need to keep this kind of stuff in my head. I call the file Gems of Wisdom.
You know, in programming (which I do a lot of), there are often little gotchas that require hours or days to figure out. And once you’ve figured them out, it’s easy to forget them if you immediately move on to the next challenge. Working at the level I do, which often requires typing command-line stuff, I’d never remember this stuff character by character unless I used it every day. (continue reading…)
My old WordPress plugin to publish to Facebook has failed.
Now I’m trying the “built in” connector provided by WordPress.org. It connects through WordPress.com, and you have to have an account there, which is where you specify whether to post just to your timeline or to your pages as well.
The plug-ins I was using, which shall remain unnamed, have not been updated for a long time. When I got a custom Facebook URL some time ago, they stopped posting to my timeline. I believe the issue was that FB gave me a new “ID” and the plug-in was mistakenly getting the old ID, which FB no longer responded to. I hope this new arrangement through WordPress.com is going to work.
The real “Sky”?
The real “Sky”?
“Do you hear yourself?” in your web site and marketing?
In an article Content: Guided by Voices, (on Feedblitz’s blog) Bob LeDrew exhorts you to help your organization or yourself find your voice — your legitimate voice. He explores a few ways and examples, including some sketching and visual methods (I use sketching and visuals all the time when I’m exploring ideas!). And arrives at a way of checking your progress. (continue reading…)