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Alan Langford
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Fix mobile usability issues found on http://www.blahblahblahwhatever.com/

To: webmaster of http://www.blahblahblahwhatever.com/

Google systems have tested 933 pages from your site and found that 100% of them pretty much suck on any device. The errors on these 933 pages severely affect how all users are able to experience your website. These pages will not be seen as user-friendly by Google Search, and will therefore be displayed and ranked appropriately for users without "puke bucket filters" turned off.
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Someone affiliated with this project sent a message to everyone they could find on Twitter, looking for advice on their crowdfunded project to make — I kid you not — Dracula themed car air fresheners. So I gave them some advice! If you have comments,…
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Just because you can get a patent on something, it doesn’t mean it was worth the effort…
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Every once in a while I get a Skype connection from someone trying to sell Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services. My standard rebuttal is to show them how my business ranks higher than theirs on a search. Years ago I posted a very basic article on…
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I've been having great fun this week by finding bad crowdfunding projects and cutting them to pieces. Check out +What The Fund?  and the YouTube channel of the same name...
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When is an app not an app? Find out as I look at Movie on Me a crowdfunding project on IndieGoGo.
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This is the sort of small Kickstarter project that’s just perfect for crowdfunding.
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Slightly behind schedule I bring you What The Fund episodes 10 and 11. Back story on the posting delay is below, for those of you interested in a behind-the-scenes look. Here’s the back story. I was using some inexpensive video production software for…
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I love the crowdfunding concept. I’ve backed two Kickstarter projects so far, and I’ve been happy with the results. I really like the product launch model: what better way to know your product is going to be a hit than to have your crowdfunded project…
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My aim is to make people think a Kardashian is a kind of sweater. Like a Cardigan with implants.
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Have him in circles
401 people
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Michael Pinkus's profile photo
Marijke Stuivenberg's profile photo
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entrepreneur, web developer, software developer, broadcaster, photographer, artist
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  • alanlangford.ca
    Artist/photographer, 1957 - present
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Innovate or fossilize
Introduction
Suing producers of House for appropriating my character.

Will block anyone posting female-unfriendly content. If I think there's artistic value I'll give it a pass, but IMO there are enough places for babes in bikinis already (and I have no problem with that). If G+ makes half the population uncomfortable, then it's instantly half as good as it could be.
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Joomla guy: security team, ex-development team, extension developer.
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  • University
    evolution, 1536 - 2012
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
This is one of the best rail museums I've been to. Most rail museums seem to have an attitude that being open to the public is a necessary inconvenience. Not this one: we arrived 45 minutes before closing time and they stayed open to let us get through the exhibits. The museum offers a unique hands-on view of what railroads were (and are) like. The extensive walk-through "yes you can touch almost everything" tour makes it a real experience. The cost of admission is well below average ($5 per adult), but they could sure do with more money -- a lot of stock is in a state of preservation rather than restoration. The entire operation runs on admission charges, donations, and volunteers, without government assistance. Highly recommended.
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