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it’s a shame that ncaa coaches like carroll & calipari can trade up when their programs are under investigation for rule violations

creates a negative deterrent effect for coaches.  

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though i use & love bit.ly everyday, i’m bearish on market opportunity around URL shorteners. http://bit.ly/8ILoUr

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McK Sr Partner Anil Kumar pleads guilty in Galleon case. Faces up to 20 years. Whoa, maybe he can meet up with other McK alum Jeff Skilling. http://ping.fm/Hv19J

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McK Sr Partner Anil Kumar pleads guilty in Galleon case. Faces up to 20 years. Whoa, maybe he can meet up with other McK alum Jeff Skilling. http://ping.fm/Hv19J

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i think my wife would have killed me

or the next tweet would have been “anyone know a good divorce attorney?”

via TechCrunch by Michael Arrington on 12/2/09


Dana Hanna updates his Facebook and Twitter, at the altar. Without his bride Tracy knowing he was going to do it. I’m sure she was thrilled:

I surprised not only my guests, but also Tracy by pulling out my phone and posting on Facebook and Twitter from the altar during out wedding. I had her phone ready in my pocket, so when she asked for it I could hand it to her. No one knew about this except the minister, and myself.

Crunch Network: CrunchGear drool over the sexiest new gadgets and hardware.

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thoughts and prayers with the family in colorado whose son went up in balloon

having 2 young boys currently, i'm saddened to read that the little boy has not yet been found.  

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How I’m Learning SEO in 2 weeks

Ahh, back to blogging.  This summer I’ve had the good fortune to witness a lot of progress on Moonshoot, and to help other startups in the Bay Area, as a mentor at the Founder Institute.  It’s been a lot of fun.

One project I’ve been helping out with is nearing launch, and because this team is planning very little spend on marketing, it occurred to us that SEO was probably something to focus on a bit.  I drew the straw to help out with that. 

So, what do I know about SEO?  Zero, zip, nada.  I’ve heard it a bunch of times, and I think I watch seemingly intelligent folks nod their heads knowingly when they hear these letters.  The consistent style of nodding that I see generally conveys to me that they have no idea what SEO means either.  Or if they have read an article or two about it, then they have no idea what how to really do it. 

I figured I had learning to do, a good thing as SEO seemed like such a hot area.  Good to get new skills, sharpen the saw.  So off I went to the my trusty browser and search engine of choice.

As I’ve begun digging in on SEO, I’ve gotten myself up the learning curve I think pretty quickly.  The stuff seems pretty logical, not really so hard.  Certainly not worth what I read SEO consultants are charging people for it.  . 

Although there are a lot of how-to’s, 10-steps to better SEO, 15 minutes to foo and bar, blah blah blah, I didn’t see many first person accounts of going through the process of learning how to do this, trying things out and reporting on results. 

In an effort to fill that gap, I’m putting together a series of blog postings aiming at doing just that.  This series of SEO is meant to be an update, real-time, on what I’m doing to optimize search engine results for this project. 

For anyone who follows or finds this who knows more about this SEO thing than me, feel free to contact me or add comments.  If you find this useful or not useless, kindly let me know.  Thanks! 

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