Construction of an Optimized Web Page

Construction of an Optimized Web Page

This article is designed to help individuals build web pages that are search engine optimized as well as human friendly. It will focus intently on the process used to develop web pages for this web site and how pages are optimized before being published on this web site. Any good web developer or webmaster will tell you that your site should be themed. This means your site should have the same look and feel across all of its pages....

December 20, 2003 · 5 min · Chris Short

Shoulder Update 2003-11-24

Another update on my shoulder. The saga will probably continue well into next year but I’ll be doing physical therapy and I will be scheduling a follow-up appointment for the 14th but basically the next step after physical therapy is orthopedics. It appears that this will be a long, drawn out process. You gotta love HMOs.

November 24, 2003 · 1 min · Chris Short

Microsoft and the Death of the Internet

Microsoft and its products and services are slowly destroying the Internet or at the very least changing the dynamics of the Internet. There are three main reasons for this rift in the Internet. The first reason is Microsoft’s standards. The second reason is the popularity of Microsoft software. The final reason is the security (or lack thereof) of Microsoft software. When you combine these three reasons together you get a potential Internet killer....

October 9, 2003 · 6 min · Chris Short

Moving to Linux - Linux Hopes Dashed

This will be the final article in the “Moving to Linux” series. The Moving to Linux plan had been going along as it should. My Western Digital 200 GB hard drive arrived and I was ready and waiting with a freshly burned copy of Red Hat 9. All the research I had previously done indicated that there shouldn’t be any major issues because of all the key components in my computer being compatible with Linux....

September 28, 2003 · 4 min · Chris Short

Blogs Explained

What is a blog? Blog is short for weblog. Blogger.com defines a blog/weblog as, “a web page made up of usually short, frequently updated posts that are arranged chronologically - like a what’s new page or a journal. The content and purposes of blogs varies greatly - from links and commentary about other web sites, to news about a company/person/idea, to diaries, photos, poetry, mini-essays, project updates, even fiction.” Enter your email I consent to receiving your weekly newsletter, DevOps'ish SUBSCRIBE   Blogs are essentially evolution of Internet communications....

June 24, 2003 · 5 min · Chris Short