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Evaluating WordPress Hosting Companies

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We have been hosting a WordPress website for the past year at Register.com.  The  site is running on Register’s Essential Web Hosting package (Unix) and the storing the data in Register’s MySQL database service which is also included in the Essential package.   While the package is capable of running WordPress, the speed in which site delivers ours content is very slow. [...]

MeteorJS – A List of Tutorials – #meteorjs

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Here is a list of MeteorJS Tutorials that I have found as of July 27, 2012: Meteor Examples – Three examples that describe how Meteor works.  Provided by the Meteor team. Mateutek Learns Meteor - A break down of the Meteor Leaderboard Application that comes with Meteor Adding Features to the Leaderboard App  - I think the [...]

How To Add Twitter Notifications to Mac Mountain Lion OS

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I just upgraded my MacBook Pro from Lion to Mountain Lion.  I read about the new notifications center feature and wanted to add my Twitter account so I can get Twitter notifications.  However, after clicking on the notifications center icon and also looking at  system preferences – notification settings, I could not determine where you [...]


LEI Sample File Released

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On January 24, 2012, SIFMA released the first Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) sample file to the industry for development and testing purposes. The file contains 2,700 entities that are in scope for the CFTC Swaps Data Reporting rules that are expected to be in place by July 16, 2012. The LEI sample file can be [...]


What the PageLines Docs Don’t Tell You

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I recently purchased a WordPress theme and framework from Pagelines call the PageLines Framework 2.0 and have begun to implement it on my site DenisMayer.com. The documentation on the PageLines site is a good start but it is missing some key things when it comes to setting up your site. As I run across these [...]

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JQuery Mobile – First Thoughts

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In the last month, I have been playing with the JQuery’s Mobile library and trying to use it in my “To Do List” app that I use for work. Overall, its pretty easy to implement and use. It took about an hour to read the docs and code a simple example. The features I have [...]

Computer Book Publishers Missing From Kindle

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Being that I work in Information Technology and I’m a consultant, I buy a large number of computer books. Amazon’s Kindle is great for someone like me who doesn’t have the ability to carry many books with me (1 or 2 max) or has a consistent office or desk to store my books. I already [...]