This is the second installment of the newly created SEO Wednesday column here at gbradhopkins.com. As a recap, we will be discussing some techniques (mostly White Hat) that can be used to optimize your website for the major search engines and increase traffic. Tonight we will set a baseline for our current search engine rankings and start to tackle the HighRankings.com list that I mentioned last time.
• Nov 9, 2005
In this Mac Tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can rip a DVD for playback on a new iPod (5th Generation - Video). To complete this we will need the “GPL’d multiplatform, multithreaded DVD to MPEG-4 ripper/converter,” HandBrake (version 0.7).
• Nov 7, 2005
This is entry #100 (Unfortunately, it took 6 months to go from 99 to 100) for gbradhopkins.com and in this entry we’re going to take a look at why you MUST test your website in various browsers.
• Nov 1, 2005
There is a lot of (dis)information and even an online petition about how Apple’s Safari web browser will not play MPEG-4 (.mp4) files. In this quick tutorial I’ll show you the solution to this very simple problem.
• May 19, 2005
Among the software updates that were included in MacOS 10.4 (Tiger) was an update to the DVD Player (version 4.5) that is included with the OS. This was a welcome update, as the DVD Player was seriously lacking in some respects.
• May 19, 2005
With the addition of Widgets to MacOS 10.4 “Tiger” a potential security problem has arisen. This tutorial, provided by CJ Correnti of C2 Media Group will help increase the security of Widgets.
• May 13, 2005
Apple quietly released a point (4.8) update to iTunes yesterday (5/9/05). This update has been viewed as relatively minor, especially for Windows users, by those who have downloaded it so far.
• May 10, 2005
With every major OS release, there is a plan that I follow to ensure that (1) no files are lost, (2) no applications are lost/forgotten, (3) a Clean Install is placed on my hard drive and (4) important files are archived to CD/DVD.
• May 1, 2005
Now that Tiger [MacOS 10.4] is in the wild, the new version of QuickTime is also available. QuickTime 7, currently only available on the Macintosh, offers a host of new features including the ability to view (and create with the Pro version) beautiful high definition video using the new H.264 codec.
• Apr 30, 2005