'Education is supposed to juice your curiosity, not diminish your curiosity.' -Walter Isaacson
New Media means independent creators acting with no intermediaries between them and their audience. Is this a good thing? Or is it a dangerous movement?
The true story of Christopher Cantwell, the Crying Nazi. Liar, drunk, and sociopathic criminal.
The internet is freaking fast. So why are websites so unbearably slow? It's an easy fix.
Writing for a blog is much different than writing for print. These few tips will put you ahead of the competition.
Link building gets a bad rap, but there's no reason you should be afraid of doing it.
John Mueller is a web trends analyst at Google and has take a lead role in helping webmasters with the Google search engine. These are some things he's said.
A better way to do robin hooding in the Free State Project and Keene, NH.
Thirteen libertarian blogs that are updated regularly but are otherwise fairly unknown.
Some claim all link building is spam. It's obviously cautious nonsense, here's the truth.
Keyword research is the simplest but most important element of SEO. Here's how to do it right.
When using WordPress, you may only have one robots.txt for all addon domains. Here's the fix.
Tips from John Mueller via the Google Webmaster Central Office-Hour Hangout. Recorded live Decebmer 4, 2015.
Tips from John Mueller from the September 8, 2017 Google Webmasters Office Hours.
Before you click publish on your next article, make sure you're doing these 12 things.
Some recent research into keyword cannibalization got me to realize that I've written enough content for a book.
9 amazing tricks you can do with your htaccess file on your website.
Why I dislike Facebook even though it is practically a requirement to use.
There is a lack of original thought in libertarian media, and all other media.
Turning the fear of missing out into a productivity hack by limiting filters and minimizing information overload.
Can having the wrong domain extension harm your website? Does it have any effect whatsoever?