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Facebook… the new amber alert?

Yesterday I was Facebooking, yes that is a verb, and I noticed one of my friends posted a link about a missing girl here in the Lexington area. I clicked on the group and read the details. The girl was 13 and had been missing for over two days. The group had about a hundred or so members when I first looked at it. The family was reaching out to anyone, friend, foe, or stranger to help spread the word about the missing girl to get her home...

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Using RSS/Atom feeds to discover new URLs

Webmaster Level: Intermediate Google uses numerous sources to find new webpages, from links we find on the web to submitted URLs . We aim to discover new pages quickly so that users can find new content in Google search results soon after they go live. We recently launched a feature that uses RSS and Atom feeds for the discovery of new webpages See original here: Using RSS/Atom feeds to discover new URLs

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Green Thumb and HBA of Lexington

We joined the Home Builders Association of Lexington this month. We aren’t home builders, contractors, or carpenters of any sort. So why do we fit into this mold? Easy, because what a home builder is to an empty lot, we are to an empty web presence. I convinced the team to join the HBA after meeting a potential client that suggested I check it out. Myself and another sales guy went out to an HBA members mingle at The Flooring Gallery...

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Scott Clark gives kind words to a Green Thumb site…

From: Scott Clark [mailto:scott@buzzmaven.com] Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 11:01 AM To: Paul Engel Subject: brilliant changes The improvements made to your site design are wonderful. So much more functional and simplified. You can tell that the user-specific paths are well thought out, with minimal distraction. I noticed on page http://vebridge.com/about.html when you click on “Next” it throws an error. You might want...

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Michael Jackson’s still the greatest and Dustin’s Gonna Thriller

Walk into a 2000 square foot dance room filled with about 60-70% women and teenage girls. People of all walks and ages of life with the roar of kids screaming and yelling. All of a sudden the end of the Michael Jackson’s epic “Thriller” comes on. 300+ people shut up faster then elementary kids when a teacher turns off the lights in class. Every starts Zombie dancing in perfect formation. You can’t help but smile...

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