Things To Consider When Buying Computers For Your Medical Practice

Things To Think About When Buying Computer Equipment For Your Medical Practice

Money can be tight when you're starting up your medical practice or small business, and it can be very tempting to save money by buying cheap computers -  but this decision can end up costing you more in the long run in terms of lost productivity and early equipment replacement. TLDR; Buy the most powerful… Continue reading Things To Consider When Buying Computers For Your Medical Practice

Dear Podcasters, You’re Ruining My Run (Podcast Loudness)

I've been making a concerted effort to get back into shape and while I'd love to say that my beer-gut is diminishing, sadly the most noticeable result has been a growing irritability caused by podcasts that are all published at different audio levels. Let's talk about LUFS: Loudness, K-weighted, relative to Full Scale (or LKFS) is a loudness… Continue reading Dear Podcasters, You’re Ruining My Run (Podcast Loudness)

Migrating Mozilla Thunderbird From One Computer To Another

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Mozilla Thunderbird may be an excellent email client (and PIM with the right extensions) but for all the wealth of extensions available and it's myriad of import options, it's still incredibly difficult to export data such as email, accounts and settings. I faced that very problem today. When I'm developing or doing video editing on my main… Continue reading Migrating Mozilla Thunderbird From One Computer To Another

Dealing With Lack Of Attribution For Your Content

One of the problems that most bloggers and content creators face regularly is finding our content reposted on other sites without proper attribution. In this short video, I give some tips from my own experience both as a content creator and as someone who run sites which aggregate content, to ensure that you can both receive the credit you deserve for your content… Continue reading Dealing With Lack Of Attribution For Your Content

Favicons Are So Easy To Create. Where’s Yours? (How To)

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Favicons are those cool little graphics that site in the address bar and tab of your browser. I'm amazed by how many sites either don't have one, or are using which ever one shipped with their CMS. Favicons are a wonderful tool for branding as they provide a visual identifier to help your site stand… Continue reading Favicons Are So Easy To Create. Where’s Yours? (How To)

FeedBurner Not Updating Your Feed? Check The Size

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It can be hard to track down problems with your RSS feed and for the past two days I've been trying to figure out why FeedBurner wasn't updating my feed. Basically the problem with my feed was that it was too large as I had somehow managed to change the settings in WordPress to include… Continue reading FeedBurner Not Updating Your Feed? Check The Size

20 Tips for creating fresh ideas

We all need fresh ideas. From our personal lives to our blogs, from business to entertainment, rehashing old ideas gets, well old, and very quickly. It’s good to have variety, it’s great to have spice and it’s even better when we come up with an idea that nobody else has, or is implementing. Those kind… Continue reading 20 Tips for creating fresh ideas

O’Flaherty Vidcast #02 – Auntie Akismet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBC7HfFObmY Auntie Akismet! In this screencast I show you how to easily check hundreds of WordPress comment spams for false positives. Links Firefox WordPress Greasemonkey Userscripts.org Akismet Auntie Spam for WordPress Internet Duct Tape Credit Vidcast Theme: Derek K. Miller