Month: May 2012

Using // vs http:// to link to external sites

I just discovered something amazing that may have been around for years but I didn’t know it.  Anyways … the amazing thing was that I could link to external sites using:

I really don’t read the spec so

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Adobe Creative Cloud – The best thing since ice cream!

For years I have wanted to buy Adobe’s Creative Suite Master Collection but could never seem to get up the  courage to spend $2600.  Now with the Creative Cloud offering of $49.99 a month it is irresistible.  $74.99 a month

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What is Attraction Marketing?

Attraction Marketing is the use of marketing techniques specifically designed to teach the customer what you are doing and how a service or product will benefit them well before they purchase it. Reverse Marketing is the same concept of Attraction

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How to rename a git branch

Renaming a branch in git is easy: [cc lang=”bash” line_numbers=”off”] git branch -m old_branch_name new_branch_name [/cc]

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An excellent Git branching model

A couple of years back Vincent Driessen put up a great blog post about a Git branching model he uses as part of his workflow. This is very useful. I finally got a little more understanding of fast-forwards via the

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[How To] Use Dual Monitors in Remote Desktop Session on Windows

If you are remote desktop to a windows prior to Windows 7 or Windows server 2008 R2 Launch the remote desktop client from the command line by using the following command: mstsc.exe /span From: windows7hacker.com

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How to leverage browser caching using .htaccess

I was using Google PageSpeed to optimize a website and got a warning telling me to leverage browser caching. On Google’s Optimize Cache page I didn’t see any instructions for how to do this though. After a little searching I

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