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How to protect your website from Bots and Hackers

Jun 14, 2015 by Paul White

With all the recent news coverage on companies and government agencies being hacked, I thought it might be time to write an article about how to protect your website and or server from hackers and bots.  So if your website is getting flooded with unrelated traffic and constantly being attacked here are a few tips.

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Excellent Frozen Yogurt in Pearland

Excellent Frozen Yogurt in Pearland

May 25, 2015 by Paul White

During Memorial Day weekend I took my family out for ice cream.  We tried a new Frozen Yogurt place by the HEB on 518 and Pearland Parkway.  Place is called YoGo.  Good Flavors, decent prices, friendly staff.  Here is my complete review on the place.

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Forget SEO start working on LSO

May 14, 2015 by Paul White

Forever the focus has been on SEO (Search Engine Optimization), and even though we shouldn't forget it, we need to start to focus more on LSO (Local Search Optimization).  Here is why.

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Google Mobile Penalty Fixes

Apr 21, 2015 by Paul White

Today Google Rollled out their Mobile Penalty to any website that did not meet their new guidelines.  These guidelines meant your website must resize and mold itself to fit the screen on mobile devices, without having to use the pinch to zoom as a way to navigate around.  Many of us webmasters thought we were ahead of the curve and had our websites ready weeks before this penalty went into effect.  We anticipated April 21st as the day when our websites would jump to the top of google simply because every other website did not update to be mobile friendly.  So Today when all my sites didn't rock the top spot on google I had to do a little more digging into the cause.

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FTP problems with Linksys e4200 router

FTP problems with Linksys e4200 router

Mar 20, 2015 by Paul White

Updates on your hardware with new software is usually a good thing,  Except when those updates break things.  This turned out to be the case for people with the Linksys e4200 router who were updating to the latest 1.0.06 Firmware.  It was impossible setup USB devices as FTP or Media storage due to a new (Feature) where sessions would be passed in the Querystring as part of a security update that Linksys added. 

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Considering reloading 25 ACP ammo

Mar 5, 2015 by Paul White

You can't call anything a hobby unless its consuming your time, and quickly turning into a money pit.  Which leads you to do things like spending money on tools and equipment that will help you spend less money on your hobby long term.  This brings me to my currently delima.  Should I start reloading my own ammo?

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Why 2015 is going to be great for the Economy

Dec 28, 2014 by Paul White

After some discussions with friends about the economy, I wanted to put my own thoughts in writing for future reference.  My feeling is 2015 is going to be a great year for the US Economy.  And here is why

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My Healthcare.gov Obama Care Experience

My Healthcare.gov Obama Care Experience

Dec 26, 2014 by Paul White

On Christmas after opening presents, we quickly got all our christmas decorations put away, and started to focus on the new year.  This included shopping for Health Insurance.  Our current Provider Cigna had already informed us that our rates would be jumping for 2015.  Even though I tend to be conservative on most issues, I also don't fall into that high tax bracket that puts me on Par with other OLD gumpy republicans.  I am a  younger guy (35) so I am not affraid of using self checkout at Grociery stores and I am very comfortable with online shopping.  For these reasons I decided to give the Healthcare.gov website a try.  For those of you who buy your insurance directly from the market place, I highly suggest you give the site a try.

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Ebaying Hard Drives, Server, RAID Controller, Computer Parts

Ebaying Hard Drives, Server, RAID Controller, Computer Parts

Nov 19, 2014 by Paul White

Anyone who works in technology is usually surrounded by the clutter of old hardware.  Over the years I have upgraded systems where the old components were no longer needed, be it memory, or Hard Drives.  So my office had slowly become a graveyard for perfectly good but older hardware.  Finally after getting ahead of my inbox, I decided to conquer my office clutter and do an Ebay blitz to sell off this stuff.  After all Technology doubles in power every 18 months ( Moore's Law ), but this also means it depreciates by 50% every 18 months ( My Law ).  Holding onto old hardware thinking that someday you might need it again is a bad habbit for most of us.  It's time to sell it.

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SEO like Matt Cutts at Google

Nov 16, 2014 by Paul White

Matt Cutts has been at google for over 15 years, he is one of the most respected voices in Search Optimization.  Mainly because unlike any other SEO guys out there he actually works for google.  So I decided to take some of his advice from past vidos and articles and combine them into a short guide for any website that wants to increase their search rankings.

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