I went on the internet…

I spend a little bit of time browsing the internet, and read some interesting things.  This week I went on the internet and found

Porsche Teases New 2013 911 GT3 Cup Race Car: Video

Top 10 Google Searches of 2012

Tech Guru Mark Anderson’s Top 10 Predictions For 2013

90% Of Google Webmaster Messages Are Regarding Black Hat Issues

Ten tips to make it past the first year of business

How To Become A Top WordPress Professional

This is my first ever “I went on the internet and found…”.  It was quick and dirty, but my plan is to do it every Friday sharing some interest links I found on the internet.  Content could cover anything… well because it’s my site!

Funny Google Suggestions

It’s well known, start typing in a search, and Google offers suggestions before you’ve even finished typing.  Often these suggestions are funny, strange, slightly odd, etc.  But how does Google come up with these search suggestions?

Suggestions Based On Real Searches – real searches done by other people, largely ranked on popularity.

Suggestions Can Vary By Region & Language – Location is important, the country you’re in, the state or province, even the city, all can produce different suggestions.

Previously Searched Suggestions – Perhaps the most important factor in the auto complete, and responsible for many funny or rude suggestions.

These are the three basic ways Google works to provide you with search suggestions, but there are many more factors Google takes into account, maybe I’ll write more about it in a latter article, but for now, here are a bunch of funny Google suggestions.

The FFR Project 818, I Want One!

I’ve always been into kit cars and working on cars, since I was a kid. SO far the only major project I’ve done is rebuilding a 1952 Chevy Pick-up, which is pretty sweet but lacks serious speed. I’ve also always been into the AC Cobra, and there kits because the they are not half a million bucks. Factory Five no doubt makes one of the best kit Cobra replicas. A few years back Factory Five released the GTM, a rear engine super car powered by a 1997 – 2004 Corvette engine you build in your garage. I immediately fell in love with this car and it Ferrari beating potential,but it’s still expensive, about $20,000 for the kit plus engine and the time you spend working on it. Recently Factory Five has been developing the Project 818, a mid engine sports car for under $15,000, some assembly required.

The Vehicle was designed with Solidworks CAD and incorporates the learning experience of factory five on the Track and road. At only 1800LBS and short wheel base, it should be nimble and have a great power to weight ratio using the turbo charged engine out of the Subaru WRX. A car with a huge after market tuning community. To build one I’m looking at just under $10,000, hopefully 3-4 grand for a rolled 2002 – 2007 Subaru WRX for parts and the engine, plus a couple thousand for miscellaneous parts, and a little bit of tuning and customization. I can’t let this unique ride be stock.

The kits are set to go into production in 2013.

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How to add a Widgetised area in a WordPress theme

In this tutorial I will show you how to add a widget to a theme template file.

Most WordPress themes have widget-ready sidebars, but you may want to display a widget somewhere else in your theme.  For example a home page with three columns of widgets.  If your theme does not have widget areas already set up or you need more then you need to create a new one in your theme files.

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Make Google Beatbox

Pretty simple fun and straight forward!

Go to Google Translate; Copy this text:

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Pick German as the ‘from’ language; Press the ‘Listen’-button, and enjoy.

How 2: Installing WordPress on XAMPP Lite for portable development

Yesterday I wrote a tutorial on Installing XAMPP Lite on USB Flash Drive.  Today I’m going to teach you how to install the popular blogging and CMS platform WordPress.  This is possible because XAMPP Lite already includes MySql and PHP.  If you already installed XAMPP Lite, just follow the procedures below and it should be up and running in no time!

 

 

 

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