Posts Tagged "blog"

Hello Hover!

For those who are new and visiting, the image is from my visit to Chicago Dizziness and Hearing, back in 2009. I never really did get an official reason as to what was causing those dizzy spells (they subsided on their own). I did get to try out some neat equipment though.

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Revisiting a Few Blog Posts From 2016

I usually start off by bookmarking anything of interest, and then slowing whittling things down from there. It’s an interesting process, in that there ends up being lots of interesting moments worth remembering… but many don’t quite make the cut, in terms of the top-10 list.

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Ten Best Days: Updated!

Every year, I create a list of my favorite ten days. In keeping a daily blog, it’s a lot of fun to be able to go back and look over everything – remembering things I forgot, reliving things I really loved.

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The Blog Goes on an Image Diet

Doing a bit more digging, I found that in my WordPress theme… there was logic that set the quality of the thumbnails being generated. And they were set at 100. No wonder so many of my thumbnails ended up being bigger than the original!

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The Ten Best Days of 2014

So I’ve been doing this daily blog thing for a long time now. It’s been twelve years since I first started, and at the end of each year I like to look back over the year and try to identify particular days or moments that stood out to me.

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Who Are You?

Is this your first visit? Were you looking up something else, and happened across this post? Have you been reading for years? I’d love to know, and would greatly appreciate any details you feel comfortable providing.

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Amazon Associates Program Open Again to Residents of Illinois

I found out last week that the Amazon Associates program has been re-opened for Illinois residents! In 2011, under the state’s Main Street Fairness Act (also known as the “Amazon Tax Law”), a merchant’s physical presence was redefined to include its affiliates. This law was aimed at companies like Amazon, in an attempt to force them to collect state sales tax on items purchased through regional affiliates (effectively making some online sales cheaper than local brick and mortar stores).

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