Submitted by Joe Lippeatt on Sat, 06/23/2012 - 21:00
[Note: I provided a draft copy of this article to SEO meetup groups for comment/clarifications before I published it publicly. There was no reply.]
Introduction, the SEO Dilemma
The professional trade of Search Engine Optimization has taken a "hit" to credibility multiple times over the years. It has been so bad that some versions of my resume doesn't list it as a skill -- to prevent being associated with those identified as less ethical.
Submitted by Joe Lippeatt on Wed, 06/06/2012 - 11:32
Sometimes it feels like parents of children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders are under the impression that the world revolves around them.
That's harsh, and as a parent of a PDD-NOS child, its hard to hear myself say.
I'm a father who thinks the world should halt when his son needs 30 seconds to formulate the answer to a question posed by a stranger. And everyone should be understanding (and not stare) when he has a public meltdown. So I speak from very very personal experience.
Submitted by Joe Lippeatt on Thu, 05/31/2012 - 14:02
I have recently started using Talentopoly.com.
Social noise management tools have been around for a long time. I was an insane digg.com user, both in posting and diggs. But then they lost their "techno-geek" way, focusing on general news stories. The "Design" section often seemed completely abandoned, not having new promoted stories for weeks.
Then the things-I've-dugg interface "lost" all of my dugg articles. At that point, it lost all usefulness. Digg.com was my bookmarking tool.