We talk about “learning to read” as if it’s something we do and is done. As in “when did he learn to read?” But I’m 52 and still learning to read. In this article I recount my meetings with extraordinary readers and what goes into truly learning to read.
There is no English Academy, like there is for French, to protect our language from Philistines. So I’m saying it here: if I ever say in seriousness that I have found a great new lifehack, please shoot me. There’s nothing left worth saving.
A man awakes in a cell with nothing but a watch that won’t even truly tell him the time. And secondarily, an experiment in writing using the Hemmingway App
People are always telling me I look a lot like Las Vegas. Here is a brief guide to help people tell us apart.
Most of this is old, but I got sidetracked and never posted. Still some good reads here. Google Fear: how much do people fear google? More than they fear the NSA! (on CNet) Links: 21 Link Building Strategies from Backlinko. On good tip: site:wikipedia.org [keyword] + “dead link” Links: 13 More Link Building Ideas from Robbie […]
Apple Maps now letting businesses verify From my friend Marc Harris on the Facebook WIMP group (Web and Interactive Media Professionals)… You can now verify a local business directly on Apple Maps without having to go through a service like Yext or Localeze. You may wish to wait a few days, as their system is […]
In order to be able the share things I find around the web related to SEO with friends, family and colleagues… I might actually do a second, maybe even a third RBT SEO Threadwatch. Google is rolling out rich snippets in SERPs Soliciting 1-Star Reviews on Yelp Works for this SF Bistro (22 Sept 2014) […]
I needed to set a daily bandwidth limit for our vacation rental, which turned out to be easy once I found the right hardware and software.
… your most viewed helpdesk question is “How do I delete my account.” I realized that I actually have a MySpace account, though I have probably only ever looked at it five times total and not for many years. So I thought maybe I would remove it and went to the help section. What’s the […]
The long decline of IE8 has been painfully slow, but signs of impending death are finally here.