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Marketing content you already have

Great quote from “Permission Marketing: Turning Strangers Into Friends And Friends Into Customers” by Seth Godin – At last count ZDNet had more than 250,000 pages of data on their site, with another 500 being added daily. Yet the average visitor to their site looks at a grand total ofRead More

Top 10 NeverFriday Posts of 2014

Here are the top 10 posts of 2014 on this blog: Learning JsonCpp AngularJS: testing services that use $resource Top 3 Influential AngularJS Bloggers

Top 3 Influential AngularJS Bloggers

UPDATE: I forgot someone on this very brief list! Ben Nadel Ben Nadel has been writing AngularJS articles for…since forever (2012) it looks like and in great depth too. He wrote a good article covering performance of $scope.evalAsync and even wrote his own replacement for $resource/ngResource called httpi. 1. ToddRead More

Star tries to ensure respectful online discourse: Public editor

“Star tries to ensure respectful online discourse: Public editor” – http://www.thestar.com/opinion/public_editor/2013/05/31/star_tries_to_ensure_respectful_online_discourse_public_editor.html Setting up a community code of conduct is a really good idea. Setting an expectation that you can refer to should greatly help people constrain their own opinions to less hateful commenting. I’d prefer clever insults than the lowRead More

Switching the old blog over to wordpress

My current personal blog is self hosted, running on Drupal, at http://neverfriday.com/ and it’s been tedious to add new content. Hopefully because I’m using the wordpress app on my nexus 4 that I’ll be posting more often than before. First thing I have to do is import my old blogRead More