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Got my ankle back

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I injured my right ankle back in October 2006.  Today, I did the aerial for the first time in three years, and I’m so happy I have my ankle back.  I can flip again!  I don’t want to suffer another long term injury ever again.

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June 25th, 2009 at 9:25 pm

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Flowerville SEO Report

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It’s been two weeks and Google has indexed the content on the homepage of  http://flowerville.ca nicely.  However, Google has ignored the remaining 300 businesses in my directory because they are not referred to from anywhere else on the site or the www.  I built a BROWSE page to list all flowerville stores to remedy this.  So hopefully Google spider will get around to indexing them.

http://flowerville.ca/dir

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June 22nd, 2009 at 6:12 pm

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TinyBrowser – File Manager for TinyMCE

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I found a good and free file manager plugin for TinyMCE called TinyBrowser.  You can download it here.  Here’s a quick screenshot of what it looks like.

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I tried a few others as well,  but they were not to my liking.  The ones I tried were:

- Kae’s File Manager – I didn’t like it because it stores file information to a mysql database.

- TinyMCE Ajax File Manager – I couldn’t integrate this properly.  I read in forums that other developers experienced similar challenges because of bugs in the plugin.

- MCFileManager/MCImageManager – Costs too much money.

Another blogger provided a detailed analysis of other file manager plugins for TinyMce here.

Written by John Lai

June 19th, 2009 at 9:13 pm

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Flowerville Launched

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I launched flowerville.ca.

Flowerville is a free service for store owners to create their online store. Store owners can sign up, create a website and upload their store’s catalogue. Flowerville makes great effort to optimize your website for search engine indexing (SEO). This means you are more likely to show up in major search engines like Google and Yahoo!

I built this application by myself (design and coding). This will be an SEO experiment. Now it’s time to do some offline marketing!

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June 9th, 2009 at 7:13 pm