Saturday, August 26, 2006
I'm a lightsaber duel veteran. I've dueled with fate and the darkside on beaches, at campsites, in living rooms, and all manor of backdrops where a blade can be swung. At last! I've also dueled with a wide range of lightsabers, from home made to the hard plastic short ones sold for 6.99 at Kay-B-Toys. However, there is one that stands out. They say not for dueling, but I've wailed with these bad boys for hours on end and they've yet to show any sign of wear! If you buy one lightsaber in your life, buy this one!
Posted by Johnny at 10:16 PM
There are hundreds of sites on the internet that can provide Webmasters with quick and easy exposure. Here is a list of sites anyone can take advatage of for free!
Google Base and Froogle - List products, web sites, books, your articles, and lots more!
Squidoo - User built resource pages on virtually everything from treadmills to catching fish.
Yahoo! Answers - Ask and answer questions on any topic.
Technorati - List your blog in their directory.
Link2Me - Link exchange program.
A good way to improve your rankings and search engine visibility is to use Yahoo! and Google Sitemaps. These are relatively new programs and they allow webmasters to tell search engines where pages are, how often they get updated, and how important each page is. (Though tempting, listing all your pages important can get you penalized, so use some caution.)
Click Here to Sign up for Google Sitemaps
Click Here to Sign up for Yahoo! Sitemaps
I like Google's sitemap program best. It tells you which keywords GoogleBot sees most on your site, the pages it can't spider (Very helpful feature.), and PageRank of all of your pages.
Want to get indexed fast? Set up a blog using blogger and post something every day, even if it is just a paragraph or a picture. Google indexes blogger blogs fast! If keeping a blog is something you don't need or want, you can always delete it after you get indexed.
This is a list of links to essays I have written in college.
Planet Pluto Powerpoint Presentation
On The Road Essay by Langston Hughes: Discriminating Interpretation
Psychology 101 Essay on Classical and Operant Conditioning
Short Essay Questions and Answers on India
Redefining Civilization Essay
Young Goodman Brown Interpretation Essay
From Civilization to Empire Essay: China, India, and Persia
Posted by Johnny at 5:23 PM
Sunday, August 20, 2006
I've been trying to figure out where I stand on the global warming issue, and thank thanks to a little trip up north (Around Santa Barbara.) I have finally come to a couple conclusions.
1:The Earth is warming and the ice caps are melting.
2:It doesn't matter if man or nature is to blame. If its man, even the U.S. can't stop it because the U.S. isn't the only country spewing out toxic waste into the atmosphere. If it is nature, she only listens to herself and will continue her course regardless of men's plans.