Thursday, 31 December 2009

Play 100m Dash and run like a bitch lol: http://www.arcadeyeah.com/682/100m-dash-hyper-sports

Thursday, 24 December 2009

If you're looking for some worthwhile seo try http://www.genieknows.com/business/promote local business promotion
Chicago travel guide: http://travel.aol.com/travel-guide/Chicago-Illinois-United%20States:35-destination-review-all-page-2

Thursday, 17 December 2009

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Thursday, 10 December 2009

tryst nightclub http://www.genieknows.com/b/tryst-nightclub-las-vegas-nv-25506083
Try this scary maze game http://www.666gamer.com/play-337-Scary-Maze-Game-3.html
trevor delaney likes red wine :) sorry im just testing this out at this time to see how efficient real time is sir ;)
Going to this cool pancake place called pancake faktory in nyc: http://www.genieknows.com/b/pancake-faktory-new-york-ny-22624247
http://www.genieknowsmedia.com/

Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Friday, 20 November 2009

Dirty Games

I showed my girlfriend this site and she couldn't believe stuff like it existed. It's pretty much adult games. It actually got her horny seeing some chick getting her tits squeezed :D

Internet Millionaire List (Under 25)

1) Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook - $700 Million – 23 years old
2) Blake Ross and David Hyatt - Mozilla - $120 Million – 22 years old
3) Alexander Levin - WordPress & Image Shack – $113 Million – 23
4) Sean Belnick - Biz Chair - $42 Million – 20 years old
5) Robert Small - MiniClip - $23 Million – 24 years old
6) Aodhan Cullen - Stat Counter - $18 Million – 24 years old
7) Rishi Kacker and Matt Pauker - Voltage - $12 Million – 24
8) Catherine and David Cook - My Year Book - $10 Million – 17 & 19
9) David Hauser & Siamak Taghaddos - GotvMail - $8 Million – 24
10) Jermaine Griggs - Hear and Play - $5 Million – 23 years old
11) Ashley Qualls - What Ever Life - $3 Million – 17 years old
12) Alex Tew - Million Dollar Homepage - $1.6 Million – 22 years old
13) Rob Benwell - Blogging to the Bank - $1.2 Million – 23 years old
14) Matt Wegrzyn - Bodis - $1 Million – 19 years old

Open GNU research papers online

Tony Phd talks about it here

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

GNU

Tony talks about it here

GNU open public licensing and software

Monday, 9 November 2009

List of Unique Bars in Toronto

Top 5 Unique Bars in Toronto

Here’s a list the top five bars in Canada’s largest city so that you can plan your Toronto nightlife.

1. The Cameron House

The Cameron House aptly dubbed as a theatre bar, contains a rather bizarre yet unique aesthetic (check out the odd looking ant installations). As well, the Cameron House comes full with upright piano and ivy covered walls. The atmosphere alone positions the Cameron House as the place to be when you go out.

2. The Only Cafe

Centered right on the edge of the Greek enclave, The Only Cafe houses a more relaxed atmosphere with great music and a basement like look. But what makes The Only Cafe truly shine is their selection of beer – over 100 – which should cater to even the most finicky drinker.

3. Ted’s Collision

While Ted’s Collision is your typical dive bar, the history of this bar is rather fascinating. Originally a former auto body shop, Ted’s now caters to a crowd who enjoys blisteringly high rock music and have an aversion to fruity drinks. Also check out the peculiar wall mural of the CN Town under construction.

4. The Horseshoe Tavern

Not much to say that’s already been said about this place. Think Canada’s answer to CBGBs. This place is the spot to check out all the new indie bands.

5. The Rhino

Appropriately named as a gigantic rhino head is mounted on the center bar. The Rhino has your cheap food and drink covered with a large selection – we’re talking over 200 beers to chose from. The Rhino also has a patio in case you want to enjoy a warm Toronto night.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Sunday, 18 October 2009

testing 123

Sunday, 12 July 2009

Bookmarking Demon 5 | Bookmark Demon 5 Review

Bookmarking Demon gets upgraded to version 5



Guys and gals, get prepared for the latest incarnation of the automated bookmarking tool Bookmarking Demon. The current version release by Edwin is vs. 4.2.01

Version 5 of bookmark demon will bring many new unique features. I will be updating this post as more news arrives! Sit tight folks for BMD v 5.

Get the current version of Bookmarking Demon here



The list of new features is quite exhaustive, some of which feature ability to add new platforms such as PHPdug.

Some other new facets include auto detection of said platform, without having to enter each url followed by /register.


The bookmarking software now operates totally in browser-less mode, which means you can set and forget it. Anything to do with automation is a good thing, so I was pleased when one of the features included was the ability to add in decaptcha services, to speed up submission of the said pages. You can buy credits through Edwin or just purchase them and add in the details

Get the current version of Bookmarking Demon here

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Pretty Good list of scary games

Found this crazy blog about scary games pretty neat collection.

Thursday, 2 July 2009

spending and website user experience

For ecommerce sites and other sites looking to generate revenue or partisan users based on how they use the site, user experience is paramount to success. The new popular trend towards website design revolves around what is called UCD, or user centered design. Now this implies that rather than guessing how a user should use your site, it implies that you ACTUALLY design your site around how they 'would' want to use it in the first place.

Example 1:

Mother of 2, 38 yrs old, wants to check for a nanny online.

You design the landing page with a directional link and site structure to direct her towards her goals, so this could be as simple as having steps:

Step 1: Enter location.
Step 2: Enter amount to spend
Step 3: Get results for nannys

That is a basic example of UCD.

You can find some great info on slideshare.net about UX, UCD and UI*

* User Experience, User Centered Design, and User Interface

Don't forget withouth mastering these elements, you will have little success in mastering IM**

**Internet Marketing ;)

Another fun SEO Competition

This time Im gunning to knock this chimp off the #1 spot for the term the coolest guy in canada I aim to be here for a while and indeed it will increase my cool rep with local chicks in Halifax, and probably in Canada in general.

Sunday, 10 May 2009

GenieKnows - Local Search

Check out this SlideShare Presentation:

Sunday, 3 May 2009

SEO Empire

I'm building out a series of blogs for more scope coverage, and to learn more about which properties Google values.

Quizilla seems pretty good, but I can't drop any links into it? Anymore peeps?

Thursday, 30 April 2009

SERP tools you should own

Some good Keyword Research tools you can try or should have in your arsenal.

List of good keyword research tools
  • Wordze - recently updated
  • Wordtracker
  • Keyword discovery
  • Nichebot
Wordze Keyword research tool:

http://www.wordze.com/images/tour/Search.jpg

In brief: Wordze has recently been updated with what looks to be a slicker UI. Some things to consider though when doing competitor analysis is that you can't always just look at link volume as an indicator, for example how many are no-followed? How many have are just generic links such as yoururl.com?

Monday, 30 March 2009

Dining out in Halifax, NS

Been in Halifax, Ns, for a few weeks now, and have so far managed to visit a few good restaurants, some new ones are Bear on Barrington, which apparently is quite good halifax restaurants canada
directory which lists all available restaurants in halifax.

Friday, 20 March 2009

bluehatseo wp-autoblog

Wordpress autoblog software you should be interested in:

Caffeinated Content
RSS 2 Blog
BlogSlammer

Some of the blog farm software out there are getting more and more advanced, I haven't had any chance to review these apart from CC, which is great and doesn't cost so much. More advanced software will 100% automate domination.

The Coolest Guy on the Internet

Competition is over now, on this new seo optimization test. My friend over at Hi-tech-it entered and attempted to get to number one in a short space of time, more as an experiment however. He's still pretty cool

Anymore competitions due soon? Let me know...

Monday, 23 February 2009

What does SEO stand for?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. There are generally speaking two types of SEO: On page and off page. On page SEO relates to how well your site is structured in terms of hierarchy and categorization of your links.

In other words if your blog is about fishing tackle then the navigation should obviously reflect this in a logical fashion; however often this is misguided because what the person thinks is the right category is actually the wrong one.

SEO is a relatively small but strong industry. The reason it is an industry is because you can have a site that brings in millions of people to your site (if you are in the right niche). You don't necessarily need SEO to have traffic, but it can help sustain it.

Archives

My Other Blog