Hi, I'm a Python programmer and serial inventor of SEO secret weapons and a relatively new daddy—trying to do the most good for my child and the world. This is my daily work journal. Try my free seo/social site-audit tool called 360iTiger, and the long-tail keyword tool called HitTail, and the tiny virtual Linux that runs from Macs, PCs & Linux called Levinux. I solve the biggest search problems in the industry and am always open to talking.

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Modern Tools Versus Old Skool, And The Rest Of My Life

April 24, 2014

Okay, everything is percolating in my mind, and it’s time to connect some dots. I don’t want to try to kill too many birds with one stone, or I won’t get anything accomplished. But likewise, I can’t have three or four separate endeavors, or will only have the time to focus on one, and will […]

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We Need To Prepare Our Children For Formulatized Future, Part I

April 24, 2014

Back in the era of when broadcast television reigned supreme—say, early 1950s to late 1980s—most of the world-shaping ideas (world being coast-to-coast at the time) went out on three channels: ABC, CBS and NBC. The big commercial interests knew this, and General Electric bought NBC, Westinghouse (eventually) bought CBS—and they began programming… programming us, the […]

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My First Subway Ride With Google Glass (no pic)

April 23, 2014

I did my first subway ride wearing Google Glass beginning to end coming home from work yesterday and am sitting on the subway right now tapping this article out on my iPhone. There are no stares. That’s good. I think I underestimated how natural the new Glass frames actually look in not calling attention to […]

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My Google Glass Prescription Lenses And Frames Adventure

April 22, 2014

Today I assemble my prescription Google Glass lens frames into one piece. I’ll have the big decision of whether to make them my normal daily glasses. Around the neighborhood I’ll have no problem, as I’m generally walking my 100-pound dog (a bouvier) or playing with my 3-year-old daughter—activities which make wearing Glass safe and justifiable, […]

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Here's my recent tweeting, sharing, instagramming and such...

And here's a little of what I've been reading lately when I'm offline on the subway...