Fine Dining

SIMPLE Dinner At Umi Sake House

After codename: SIMPLE, we went to dinner at Umi Sake House. This is a premier sake house located in the heart of the Seattle Belltown district. The restaurant offers a unique and sophisticated twist on the Japanese Izakaya style drinking and dining. The room is designed in a way that mirrors a Japanese country-style house complete with a “back porch” […]

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The Net

How To Make Your Site Go Viral with Social Media

The two best social media sites you can use to drive targeted traffic to your website are Digg and Facebook. Despite both being quite radically different together, they get huge traffic and work in a way that your material can go viral fast. 

Digg lets users follow each other (much like twitter) and post links which are put forward and […]

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Technology Videos

The Apple Store Is Just Too Damn Nice

Apple Stores are the most profitable stores in the world. They make more money per square foot than any other retail stores in any category. Flagship stores, like the one on New York’s Fifth Avenue, have become tourist attractions. In addition to printing money for Apple, the stores are known for being extremely nice to customers and letting them get […]

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Blogging Blogging Online The Net

How To Track Downloads

This is part nine of my series on advanced email marketing for bloggers. In case you missed the past articles or need a refresher course. Here are the links to the past posts: The Email Parser Email Web Analytics Working with Filters & Suppression Lists How To Really Clean Your List How To Do Behavioral Targeting How To Get Personal […]

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Ramblings

A Visualization of United States Debt

I came across an interesting site call WTFnoway.com that had an infographic showing the visualization of the debt of the Untied States of America. Starting with the $100 bill, WTFnoway gives you an idea on how many stacks of bills it takes to make various amounts. They show what $10,000 looks like, then $1 million, and continued from there. Below […]

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