Archive for: March, 2015

Hacking WordPress Themes

If you’re not technically inclined, go ahead and skip this one… because it gets a little heavy.  I don’t pretend to be a computer guru.  But I know enough about php, html, and wordpress to be just competent enough to know when something is a little off.  So when I noticed that the new theme…

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Tuxedo Alley : Another Minisite

I’ve been working pretty hard the last few weeks converting my domain portfolio into minisites.  I already mentioned a few of them.  Setup another one yesterday, LongLeash.com, which is a very basic one with a few facts about dogs where I basically try to sell visitors a long dog leash.  Now I’m working on one…

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Interview with Checkraze.com

So speaking of Black Friday hitting everyone hard, I think it must have hit webmasters the hardest. That’s pretty much the only way I can explain this facebook message exchange I found myself in with Mike Owens from CheckRaze.com. Anyway, thought it was kind of entertaining… definitely the weirdest interview I’ve ever done. I wonder…

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Birds on the Wires

I can’t believe the WSOP is finally done… well, until November anyway. I was really disappointed to see a few of the players go towards the end. Such a brutal and frustrating game. I’m seriously thinking about giving it up for awhile and doing something else. Here’s a cool video I found while looking on…

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Underwear Goes Inside the Pants

Had Pandora on while I was working some more on Local Vegas stuff. This song stuck out and when I found it on YouTube, it was even better with the video. Check it out. Did you know that there was a system of tunnels underneath Las Vegas where there are hundreds of homeless people living…

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Back to the Local Vegas Grind

The World Series of Poker didn’t end up going so well for me, bud. I cashed in two events out of the more than twenty that I played. Both of them were min-cashes. So I was buried for the series. It’s really frustrating when summer at the Rio doesn’t go well. As a poker player,…

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