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I rarely share anything on social media, this is where I post about projects I'm working on as well as opinions on current events, the internet, and small business.

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1 year ago

SEO Services

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a process used to help search engines better understand...
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1 year ago
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Telus to Charge Internet Customers for Exceeding Data Cap

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Telus is going to start charging data cap overages on there internet (Source: http://www.telus...
Category: Internet News
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1 year ago

Redirects and .htaccess examples

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Here are some basic .htaccess snippets you can copy and paste. Re-direct the front page of a...
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1 year ago
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The Real Reason for Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)?

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So I keep hearing in the media that the purpose of this legislation is to reduce the amount of...
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1 year ago

New Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) to Crush Small Innovative Businesses

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I believe that this legislation could have significant unintended consequences, and while the...
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1 year ago

How to implement Schema.org on Drupal 6 using Views

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So I refuse to let go of Drupal 6 and was determined to figure out how to implement schema.org...
Category: Drupal 7 Tutorials
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1 year ago

Drupal Demo Point of Sale Software

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One of the latest projects is a fully web based Point of Sale (POS) program that runs from any...
Category: Drupal 7 Tutorials
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1 year ago

Recently launched a new website for the Alliance Church, and I am pretty happy with the results - http://bizuns.com/dex/webdesign/portfolio/alliancechurch

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1 year ago

Good News about a Client + Word of Warning

So recently a client of mine took my recommendations on setting up an incremental backup with external drives they could swap out. Part of the reason I pushed for this setup was that I had another client just over a year ago that encountered an "cryptolocker virus", a type of ransomware. The idea is that if the infected files are encrypted by the malicious software, your backup will simply overwrite the good files with the infected files (thus making your backup useless). Anyways, I had just finished the backup setup about 10 days ago and lo and behold one of their computers was infected by the "Locky or .OSIRIS" malware. Rather than paying the ransom to these dirt bags to maybe unlock the files, we were able to quickly pull 99% of them off a prior backup.
Whoever you are, if you happen to be reading this, I urge you to stop procrastinating and get someone to help you setup a decent backup that will save you from losing all of your photos and documents. Don't know where to start with a backup? I would gladly give you free advice on where to start, just drop me a line and i'll e-mail you back.

Category: Internet News
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1 year ago

Check my IPv4 IP Address

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