Saturday, February 22, 2014

Thursday, February 13, 2014

View Source of Website

1. Each browser has a way to view the "source" of a web page. For instance, in IE, click "View" in the top menu and then "Source". Google "view source" plus the name of your browser (and version) and you'll get hits telling you how to do this.

2. Go to the site you're interested in and view the source as above.

3. You'll see something like the image shown below. Usually, the theme information is fairly close to the top of the source code.

h/t Brian Taylor

Bill Myers pointed me to whatwpthemeisthat.

My Next Laptop

I will follow Bill Myers guideline here on purchasing my next laptop.

1.  A fast quadcore processor--at minimum, an i3 processor but prefer an i5.

2.  Get more than 4GB of RAM; preferably, 6GB.
3.  Shoot for the Windows 7/64 bit.  Avoid the Windows 8 and the touchscreen. 

Consider your purchase directly from Dell.  Call them at 1-800-999-3355.


For infographics, use

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Facebook: Fake Likes v. Real Followers

My opinion may be politically incorrect, but I see no problems with Facebook click farms.  From producer to end user, everybody is profiting.  Nobody is being sold into slavery.  No one is being sold into prostitution. No one is selling drugs or becoming a victim of coerced drug addiction.  What does happen is that click farms create mostly perceived value.  What is the big deal and who is being harmed?