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  • Milky Way Galaxy 3007 2createawebsite.com is one of the most valuable tools I have found on the Internet for webmasters. Lisa gives amazing advice most of which I have been following and benefitting from since day 1. For awhile I got deep into what she talks about in many of her YouTube videos and went crazy with SEO and link optimization. What I have found over time is that people don’t relate to that and won’t want to read your content let alone link to you. Truly the best strategy is to write about topics you love and are interested in. Things that you are excited about today will translate over into this medium naturally and your readers will read […]

    Milky Way Galaxy 3007

    Milky Way Galaxy 3007 2createawebsite.com is one of the most valuable tools I have found on the Internet for webmasters. Lisa gives amazing advice most of which I have been following and benefitting from since day 1. For awhile I got deep into what she talks about in many of her YouTube videos and went crazy with SEO and link optimization. What I have found over time is that people don’t relate to that and won’t want to read your content let alone link to you. Truly the best strategy is to write about topics you love and are interested in. Things that you are excited about today will translate over into this medium naturally and your readers will read […]

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  • HTML5 has a lot of cool new features which include the ability to embed audio and video without special plug-ins. Streaming audio quickly and effortlessly is one of the features I started using right away on a paid subscription website I run.  One of the first problems I had embedding audio using HTML5 was the incompatible audio formats from browser to browser.  Instead of explaining which formats work with which browsers lets just say you have to use all 3 formats and leave it at that.  How do you use all 3 formats when you only want one sample to play at a time?  Easy, you put all 3 as options and the browser will try the first one and […]

    How to add HTML5 audio to your website

    HTML5 has a lot of cool new features which include the ability to embed audio and video without special plug-ins. Streaming audio quickly and effortlessly is one of the features I started using right away on a paid subscription website I run.  One of the first problems I had embedding audio using HTML5 was the incompatible audio formats from browser to browser.  Instead of explaining which formats work with which browsers lets just say you have to use all 3 formats and leave it at that.  How do you use all 3 formats when you only want one sample to play at a time?  Easy, you put all 3 as options and the browser will try the first one and […]

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  • Internet advertising- at first it was irritating, invasive and in your face!  Pop-ups, Pop-unders, ads that played music and jumped onto your desktop scaring the shit out of you and causing you to reach for the volume knob so no one at work knew you were surfing the net looking for porn or torrents. Over time those annoying ads slowly evolved into slightly less invasive banners such as the ones we display on this page.  How these ads work and pay us is as follows: Google Adsense is a program Google has set up where advertisers come to Google and offer a certain amount of payout per click they receive on their ad.  Google acts as the middle man and […]

    How ads on the internet work

    Internet advertising- at first it was irritating, invasive and in your face!  Pop-ups, Pop-unders, ads that played music and jumped onto your desktop scaring the shit out of you and causing you to reach for the volume knob so no one at work knew you were surfing the net looking for porn or torrents. Over time those annoying ads slowly evolved into slightly less invasive banners such as the ones we display on this page.  How these ads work and pay us is as follows: Google Adsense is a program Google has set up where advertisers come to Google and offer a certain amount of payout per click they receive on their ad.  Google acts as the middle man and […]

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  • Google Mancatcher +1/+3 vs. Facebook Google’s new weapon in the war on social dominance?  Google +1.  Akin to Facebook’s famous “LIKE”, Google +1 will help you share helpful search results with anyone connected in your social network.  This means that if I as Jonathan Nerdtrek happen to find a kick ass article on how to softmod your iPad to play PS2 games while using a Wii remote I can simply +1 the article and it will move up in the search results if you search for something similar and are friends with me on facebook, twitter, or numerous other social networks.  We could even be friends who have each others email account addresses and both use Google! Even better I […]

    Google +1 / +3 vs. Facebook

    Google Mancatcher +1/+3 vs. Facebook Google’s new weapon in the war on social dominance?  Google +1.  Akin to Facebook’s famous “LIKE”, Google +1 will help you share helpful search results with anyone connected in your social network.  This means that if I as Jonathan Nerdtrek happen to find a kick ass article on how to softmod your iPad to play PS2 games while using a Wii remote I can simply +1 the article and it will move up in the search results if you search for something similar and are friends with me on facebook, twitter, or numerous other social networks.  We could even be friends who have each others email account addresses and both use Google! Even better I […]

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 12 JANUARY 2011 Google has removed support for the video codec H.264 from it’s popular web browser Google Chrome.  Both Apple and Microsoft heavily favor the video codec, which is under patent.  Google has made it a point to side with Mozilla and Opera in their stance of neutrality and desire for all web technologies to be unencumbered by patent restrictions. “Though H.264 plays an important role in video, as our goal is to enable open innovation, support for the codec will be removed and our resources directed towards completely open codec technologies,” said Mike Jazayeri, a Google product manager, in a blog post. A codec is what encodes and decodes video and audio downloaded and streamed on […]

    Google pulls support for H.264 video codec from Chrome

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 12 JANUARY 2011 Google has removed support for the video codec H.264 from it’s popular web browser Google Chrome.  Both Apple and Microsoft heavily favor the video codec, which is under patent.  Google has made it a point to side with Mozilla and Opera in their stance of neutrality and desire for all web technologies to be unencumbered by patent restrictions. “Though H.264 plays an important role in video, as our goal is to enable open innovation, support for the codec will be removed and our resources directed towards completely open codec technologies,” said Mike Jazayeri, a Google product manager, in a blog post. A codec is what encodes and decodes video and audio downloaded and streamed on […]

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