Ep 18: The Palins Are Coming!


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  1. Jeffrey Brown 06/04/2011, 3:20 pm:

    You are the weakest link. Goodbye.

  2. ryan 06/04/2011, 8:31 pm:

    Thank you! That was chewing at my brain like a termite on balsa.

  3. Jeffrey Brown 06/05/2011, 9:46 am:

    Yall should take your investments into places like word press and webs.com. More and more people need websites for a wide range of reasons but not alot of people can go out and buy Dreamweaver. Places like these are going to see a rise in business as the economy heals and small businesses start to develop and youtube stars want a site to call their own. It could be a good place to put stock in if they aren’t already too expensive

  4. ryan 06/06/2011, 12:47 pm:

    Tech in general is good, but a mine field – from my limited understanding of stock trends, there was a boom and bust in the late 90’s… so picking a good tech stock still requires alot of market knowledge, culture trending, etc… WordPress is an open-source platform; it is a not-for-profit organization, it does not have stock. In fact some huge companies do not have stock like S.C. Johnson & Son, makers of Drano, Glade, Ziploc, Raid and many others with a revenue stream of 8.75 billion. Offering stock to the public is something a company elects to do, if they do not they are considered a Privately Held Company . That’s webs.com, Mars (candy), Cox Broadcasting, Levi Strauss, Samsonite, Dollar General, LL Bean, Cinemark, Hilton Hotels, Chrysler, Toys “R” Us, and many others. But back to simple (somewhat) web construction, WordPress is at the top, its by far the most poplar blogging tool that people use for other than blogging (this site is built on it) but it is also fairly easy to customize with different plugins and an alrigt community that help each other (generally).

    • Jeffrey Brown 06/06/2011, 4:12 pm:

      I really should have looked at word press first (being free) cause I get the impression that it is better than webs.com and I have had issues with it in the past.

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