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Web & Business Developer specializing in E-Commerce & Marketing, LAMP Architecture, and Ajax applications.

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Chris,

Thanks for posting this... I had to put a similar post on my blog after reading yours. It is critical that this does not become law.

Posted in Stop SOPA and Save the Internet.

Sat, 26 Nov 2011 at 23:01:37 GMT


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Chris,

Thanks for the inspiration. It's amazing what we put up with when dealing with children but we expect adults to behave like adults all the time. I like the way you've explained the sophistication of "haters". Most of the time their behavior is childish and some day they will probably grow up and see the big picture so you're right - it's usually best to ignore their misplaced criticism.

Posted in Brooklyn Beta Opening.

Mon, 17 Oct 2011 at 22:44:26 GMT


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He will always be a source of inspiration.

Posted in Steve.

Fri, 07 Oct 2011 at 03:34:14 GMT


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Hey Chris,

There's a whole lot of truth to what you are saying about Godaddy. If you go through their site to administer your account you'll get sucked into a marketing vortex. I've learned a little trick that will keep you clear of that. Bookmark https://hostingmanager.secureserver.net and used it to login to your account. You'll be able to do all of your admin stuff without the marketing distractions.

Posted in Domain Registrars.

Wed, 13 Jul 2011 at 11:12:00 GMT


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Chris, Thanks for posting this and thanks to Franco and Jordi for their comments. The great thing about PHP is the many options we have to get tasks like this done as shown here.

Posted in Sorting Multi-Dimensional Arrays in PHP.

Sat, 02 Jul 2011 at 06:15:03 GMT


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Chris, go ahead and monitize this thing. The only way i would quit reading your blog is if you sold it. Content is king and you got it.

Posted in April What?.

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 at 22:29:33 GMT


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Thanks Chris,

I'm going to put this to use.

- Joel

Posted in PHP Session Debugging.

Fri, 25 Mar 2011 at 16:05:57 GMT


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Hey, A blog where I've got to have twitter to leave a comment. Good thought provoking post Chris. I'll have to make an Ideas of March post now. Anyhow, I don't think that twitter and blogs are in any sort of competition. It generally doesn't take near as many brain cells to put together a tweet as a post. The process of writing the post is often times just as good for the writer as the reader because it makes us really evaluate what we are thinking about and what we'd like to say. It seems that when tweeting we often times just put forth short excerpts of thoughts that merely scratch the surface of topics. One process feeds the other I guess.

Posted in Ideas of March.

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 at 23:40:04 GMT


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  • Twitter: @catontech
  • Location: Meridian, MS
  • Joined: March 2011
  • Comments: 8