Posts Tagged ‘funny’


I have been trying to organize my categories in WordPress a little better so that you can find things easier and so I have less trouble trying to figure out which ones to use when I write new posts.

I originally started using my name (Jason Stone) as a category, thinking that it would help me rank higher for my name. At first, it worked. I used to be on the first page when you would type “Jason Stone”. I think Google’s filter decided it didn’t like that idea because my rank dropped to 99. The other categories I deleted were:

  • Web Server
  • Hot
  • Funny
  • Blogging

If you have trouble trying to find something, try looking in “Cluttered Thoughts
I Added the “Cluttered Thoughts” for when I am in a hurry or if I post some random stuff that doesn’t relate to my main topics. I have also added the “Coding” category to organize articles that contain full scripts or source code snippets in any coding language that I end up needing to use (examples: ASP, PHP, HTML, etc…)

I moved the Databases Category from:
Root > Computer > Software > Databases
to:
Root > Databases

(This is the new location for “Databases“)

I moved the PHP category from:
Root > Computer > Software > PHP
to:
Root > Coding > PHP

(This is the new location for “PHP“)

 
Matt Cutts gets hacked and Google offers free Wireless Internet!

Earlier today, I saw a post saying that Matt Cutts’ blog got hacked. I checked it out and sure enough:

Matt Cutts Gets Hacked

Matt Cutts Gets Hacked2

(Dark SEO and Matt Cutts supposedly don’t get along. I guess I have’t been following long enought to know much of the details on this.)

 

So last week, I showed a co-worker of mine how to apply Arctic Silver and explained to him how you are supposed to use very little. I made sure that he knew how little to use by repeating it a few times then telling him some more and did I mention he was watching me?

Anyways, one day when I wasn’t at the office, I asked him to help me troubleshoot a server. I thought that it might be a CPU that went bad so I asked him to try each one (dual processor motherboard) individually which of course, meant that he would have to remove the processors which in turn leads to cleaning and re-applying the thermal compound (See “How to apply Arctic Silver.”)