Monthly Archives: November 2004

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for phpBB URLs

I recently installed phpBB on, a new site my wife and I launched last week. I like phpBB, but it’s not the most search engine friendly bulletin board. I did a little Googling and found this site, which has … Continue reading

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World’s Greatest FTP Client

Leo Notenboom recently turned me on to WebDrive, and I love love love it. In a nutshell, it allows you to mount an FTP site as a hard drive, so your applications treat it just like any other hard drive. … Continue reading

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New Discussion Site for Chinese Expats and Cross Cultural Relationships

My wife Dong, who runs HappyMudan, is from China. I’ve always been interested in travelling to and understanding other cultures, so she’s indulged my interest in spades just by answering my stupid questions (”Do they have Christmas in China? What’s … Continue reading

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with WordPress

WordPress is a great blogging tool, no doubt about it. (It powers this blog.) What you may not know is that it has some great features for search engine optimization (aka SEO). Here are a few tips on getting the … Continue reading

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