References that I don’t want to forget. Tutorials, links, general information


I’ve made tons of materials about how to live a 4, or 17 hour week. I have e-books, videos, presentations, blog posts and webinars on the what’s and how’s of the business. But let’s face it, in the internet, it’s easy to get lazy, or get lost. Recently, I found a way to fix that [...]


During the years of running my online business I’ve come across a lot of different ways of doing online research. Lots of the info out there is pretty dumb. Dumb…meaning…it’s just not info that will help you know what’s good and what’s bad. Dumb…meaning…what they’re telling you XYZ means, just isn’t true. Dumb…meaning…”this does not [...]

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This is a follow-up to my post about why IE sucks so much. I figured out how to not use IE, and still be able to open multiple google (or gmail) accounts in Firefox at the same time. I had two different people tell me to use FF and Safari, which Apple just released for [...]

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If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Today I wrote a review of the product Tag and Ping. Because I thought the 112 page ebook could have been explained in about 4 pages, and because I thought the $147 price for it is ridiculous, I basically [...]

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Man…this was difficult. I have a directory on my computer (I run linux for my desktop) that has a bunch of directories in it. I needed to change one string in each of the files to be something else. I did this like 2 months ago but this time I had a really hard time [...]

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I’ve had to do this many times, and have never really found a good, definitive tutorial on this until now. Because of this, I decided to just copy and paste it into my blog in case they take it down at some point. The following came from: Checking your Linux host name First, see [...]

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About 3 years ago I took an “Entrepreneurial Lecture Series” class at BYU. The class met once per week and had a different entrepreneurial speaker come each week and speak to us. After 3 years I only remember a few of the speakers, and remember less of what they spoke about. However, there was one [...]

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