Tag Archives: Google

There are quite a few of these, but I don’t see them doing it quite correctly for a social app enabled world. There are a couple options: Define your route before you go, using Foursquare and Google maps. Would allow … Continue reading

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How to remove Administrator users from Google Analytics

In my feeble attempts to figure this out, I accidentally deleted some analytics accounts. Don’t be like me! Here’s how to do this the right way: Login to Analytics as the original admin user Choose the Account and profile you … Continue reading

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Update: iCloud + Google = a mess

So, previously I thought that there was some conflict that was causing the data going from my MBP settings, through iCloud, iTunes, and my iPhone to cause my calendars to sync incorrectly. In fact, it turns out that there is … Continue reading

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iCal + iCloud + iPhone + Google Calendar = a mess

Note: I DID NOT fix the issue. See the last couple lines for remaining list of problems. Help is wanted if you have it! I have had nothing but problems since iCloud came into existence and I have had a … Continue reading

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An app idea that would change my world

I have been traveling a ton since Jan 1 for my company Spotted Koi. Going to networking events, meeting with potential new customers, and also with customers that we have and continue to work with. So far, it has been … Continue reading

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Google Ads and Your Favorite Website

I was recently chatting with a friend about how some very topically slanted groups have been advertising on one of his favorite websites which actually leans the opposite way as the advertisements.� I realized something very interesting, we talked about … Continue reading

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What is happening to my Google Calendar?

All of a sudden on Dec 15th I started seeing some really crazy events showing up on my Google Calendar: All I could think was that one of two things had to be going on: Some calendar software I am … Continue reading

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MobileMe, my calendar events, and Microsoft

I have recently been helping a friend out with setting up their MobileMe account on Windows with their new iPhone. I have also set it up for myself on the MacBookPro (MBP). So until questions I cannot answer come in, … Continue reading

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A Vacuum Cleaner and the Fate of Humanity

I haven’t written a blog post in a long time, but someone suggested I tell this story. I have a bunch of stuff I need to sell, so I figured Craig’s List was the place to go. Things like, a … Continue reading

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Trim, I love your service, but please sanitize your inputs!!

I was replying to a friend on Twitter using trim, and I had a <script> tag in the post. I realized when I submitted that the tag made everything after it in my tweet dissapear. If you want to see … Continue reading

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