Browsing articles tagged with " Principles And Patterns"

Yahoo Wants Me On The 1st Page Of Google?

Feb 22, 2010   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  5 Comments

Recently Talk to the handI’ve been increasingly getting contact form messages with “SEO Service” offers that “guarantee to get me on the first page of Google”. Interestingly, most of them supply as their website URL. WTF?


WordPress PlugIn Tech Foundations – PHP vs JavaScript

Jan 13, 2010   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  1 Comment

PHP ElephantThis post elaborates on the sense and nonsense of technology choices for a WordPress plugin implementation. It compares two diametrically different technological foundations, PHP vs JavaScript, for WordPress plugins.1 Read more >>

  1. Of course, every WordPress plugin will ultimately contain at least some administrative portions of PHP code in order to hook into WordPress. I’m referring to the main computing though, and whether it takes place in PHP or JavaScript code. []

Slow Is Smooth And Smooth Is Quick – Making Money Quick Takes Time

Nov 16, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  No Comments

Making Money Quick Takes TimeIn my prior post I talked about why it is a systemic property of making-money-quick programs to not provide a noteworthy oportunity for making any real money. Now making these considerations is not rocket science. How come there are so many who fall for this shit in spite of everything?


The Unique Blockhead – Or Why Your Unique Self Just Ain’t Enough To Succeed

Nov 5, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  No Comments

You unique self just ain't enough for successInspired by What “Be Yourself” Really Means, a cool contemplation about an advice that is usually both, thoughtlessly given and taken.


The Tiny Detail And The Groggy Whole

Jul 21, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  No Comments

Kuan YinIn this post I’m jotting down some spontaneous thoughts about the importance of designing adequate software interfaces, kindof.


Intelligent Solutions Matter

Jul 3, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Featured, WordPress  //  No Comments

ProgressIf you ask a solution provider, any solution provider, if their solutions were “intelligent”, you can bet you won’t get a single “no” answer. Consequently, every solution out there is intelligent, right? But is it?


The Email Harvest

Jun 27, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog, Featured  //  No Comments

Harvest (Summer Memories)This post is about email harvesting – a process of collecting user email addresses, mostly with the purpose of using them for spam.


Thousands of Dollars a Month Posting Links on Google from Home?

Jun 9, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog, Featured  //  16 Comments

Money at handRecently, I’m increasingly getting spam comments which refer to (yet another) “easy money from home” program. Interestingly, this time the name “Google” is involved. So I just thought I might jot down a bit of rant about it, but this turned out to be an analysis of the “easy money from home” scam pattern. I hope it’s informative, or at least entertaining. And you are welcome to join in.

Is SEO Mass Internet Destruction?

May 31, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog, Featured  //  8 Comments

One hand can stop reality.Originally, Google developed algorithms that were meant to reflect the relevance of a HTML page to a user seeking information. In times when people were not SEO-aware yet, a page that ranked high in search results did so because it’s content deserved it. Hence, page rank really meant that: A rank for that page’s content.

Things have changed since…

Clean Code Between Religion And Truth

May 30, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  2 Comments

Migraine!Yesterday, I read yet another quote that evangelizes “clean code”:

Code that only you can understand does not make you an advanced coder; code that your grandmother can understand does!

Jeremy Brown – Macromedia Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0 Dictionary

Now WTF is that supposed to mean?


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