Very creative work here
Bulletproff Glass Test circa 1952
THE Wedding Entrance
I really love this – So playful, so joyful – a fabulous celebration. here
Very Creative Animation
Somebody splurged on their creative instincts here! here
US government accused of mobile phone danger cover-up
A Freedom of Information request has uncovered suppressed research which showed that mobile phone use while driving could be a much bigger problem than originally expected. here
More data on Virginia Tech shooting
The psyche who was treating the shooter misappropriated the shooter’s medical records! Hopefully he will be charged for the crime. More
For those who still believe fluoridation of our water is a good idea read on…
“Education should aim at destroying free will, so that after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable throughout the rest of their lives thinking or acting otherwise than their school masters should have wished. Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine from a very early age to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable. And any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible.” Bertrand Russell from The Impact of Science on Society, pub 1952.
Francis Crick who worked with James Watson who cracked the molecular code of DNA, suggested medicating public drinking water to lower the fertility rate. Dr Garry Glum’s book, Full Disclosure, discussed Fransis Crick’s plans:
“In 1962 the SEBA(Pharmaceutical company) foundation held a symposium called man and his future, at which the key note speaker was Francis Crick. His favorite tactics of population control included putting a chemical (fluoride) in the water supply that would cause sterility in those nations that he judged to be not fit to have children.”
Beware PDFs From Strangers
Researchers on Wednesday said they have uncovered attacks in the wild in which malicious Acrobat PDF files are exploiting a vulnerability in Flash and dropping a Trojan onto computers. More
SEO Win for Just For You Software
I went through a learning curve a year back on the subject of search engine optimisation.
To comply with the principles I learned I then tweaked my web site pages, refined the menu labels and linking structure and reviewed the text etc. for each page.
Knowing it could take some time to climb the rankings ladder for some terms I then started monitoring the results to see how they improved.
I haven’t done that for a few months. In the interim Google have altered their ranking algorithm so I went back to it today to check on the progress. Here are the results:
Search terms targeted: 26
My web site ranks on first page in Google for 17 of them.
Number one rankings in Google: 5
And that is done with none of the black hat techniques and very few back links to my sites from other sites. Some of the SEO analysis and reviews I have read talk of pages with 15,000 back links!
I still have some improvements to make though. Top rankings for some terms like “business software” still elude me. Those pesky little competitors like MYOB, Sage, Sybiz, Finance Plus and NetSuite rank ahead of me still! 🙂
Just thought I’d mention my success to you, not to brag but illustrate that it really can be done by you too. Just because you are not a multi-national does not mean you cannot take on the market and have an impact in your niche.
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