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Alisha Slaughter
Works at Slaughter Consulting
Attended San Jose State University
Lives in Santa Cruz
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Walking Ace. Google did this for me, so smart! 
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Hours of entertainment. 
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Love "Morgan Freeman" LOL
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Kustom Frames for Father's Day - Just got around to writing the post! Would be fun to do for other holidays or birthdays too.
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Pintertested: Skull Shirt
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More exciting things every moment...keep 'em coming!!
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Google+ Pages badges now online.

Google just announced that they're starting their roll-out of badges.

To get a badge for your Google+ Page, go here and sign up for the preview group:

https://developers.google.com/+/plugins/badge/preview

Then use the configuration tool to generate your custom code:

http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/platform-preview/

Once your organization's badge is posted on a web site, visitors can easily subscribe to posts, plus-one things and share.

Another bonus: Signing up for a badge enrolls your brand in Google+ Direct Connect, which means a Google search for the brand name with a plus sign in front of it brings them right to your Google+ Page, according to ReadWriteWeb:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/google_badges_will_let_users_search_for_your_page.php

http://googleplusplatform.blogspot.com/2011/11/google-badges-drive-engagement-with.html

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Mother's Day Love.
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A great article summarizing 10 tips for content migration during a site redesign, from my partners on a recent Cisco web project.
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Proper nexting boxes....finally!
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Cheesemaking - DIY
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I love Stubby!
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"The noise and strain that shattered the nerves of many of his comrades did not impair Stubby's spirits. Not because he was unconscious of danger. His angry howl while a battle raged and his mad canter from one part of the lines to another indicated realization." [New York Times Obituary]


Sergeant Stubby was a stray, homeless mutt who saved more lives, saw more combat, and performed more badass feats of heroic awesomeness than most people could ever hope to accomplish even WITH the advantage of prehensile thumbs and the ability to utilize 100 percent of their brain power without exploding into a burst of ball lightning.The American version of Voytek the Soldier Bear, this fearless, ass-destroyingly ferocious Pit Bull Terrier started his humble life as most stray animals do – hungry, cold, alone, and stranded in the town of New Haven, Connecticut. Living garbage can to garbage can without so much as a doghouse roof over his head, one day this poor dejected little canine happened to stumble onto the parade ground on the campus of Yale University, where it just so happened that the men of the 102nd Regiment, 26th Infantry Division were training for their eventual deployment to fight in World War I. The so-pathetic-it's-adorable little dog-creature was taken in by a soldier named John Robert Conroy, who named the pup "Stubby" on account of the thing's little stumpy gimp tail (or maybe this is a common trait of pit bull terriers, I have no idea). Conroy started leaving food out and let the little guy sleep in the barracks from time to time, and before long pretty much every dude in the 102nd thought this thing was omg totez adorbs, etc. The dog, for its part, was also like insane-as-hell smart, and I don't mean like, "Oh hey that dog thinks he's people because he sits in an armchair and licks beer coozies" stuff, but more like, "Holy crap balls Lassie's trying to tell us that Little Timmy fell down a well and is being slowly digested by a thousand rabid snakes sent forth from a rift in the Hellmouth," smart. After just a few weeks of hanging around the drill field, watching the soldiers do their thing, this friggin' dog/Battle-Cat hybrid learned the damn bugle calls, could execute the marching maneuvers with the men, and was – I shit you not – trained to salute superior officers by raising his forepaw to his brow in what I can only imagine was a sight so cripplingly adorable that nowadays it would be an obnoxious, long-running Internet meme on one of these I Can Has Catburger websites.
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Looks like I'm going to hit up Costco!!! +Karen Auby
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If you're a Costco member and are in the market for a Droid RAZR you may what to go to the discount giant to get it instead of your carrier's retail store. Looks like a killer deal!
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