Way back in the mid-1980’s when I was an investment banking associate for Dillon Read it was my job to run the analysis for all of our bond transactions. Many of these deals were several hundred million dollars each. I was trusted to develop the spreadsheets which were the basis for computing all of the particulars on many of the deals.
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I’m often asked for advice and help from both experienced and new WordPress users and the questions mostly involve themes and plugins. In this post I’ll give my top 12 plugin picks. My favorite plugins are always changing as I learn of new ones and find that I cannot live … Read More
Bounce Rate measures the percentage of time that a visitor comes to your site and doesn’t visit any further pages. In other words, they don’t like what they find on your site and do not even give you the courtesy of clicking one link.
I took the family to Santa Anita this weekend with our good friends Marshal and Julie. Marshal often invests in racehorses and showed us around the track. The guys who he invests with had a horse running in the 10th race — Hard Bill — and we visited the paddock, met … Read More
Dropbox is a backup and synchronization tool that combines a web-interface with a local client. Sounds a bit geeky, but in a nutshell this is an almost perfect piece of software that everyone can benefit from. I’ve been using Dropbox for a few months now and am extremely impressed. It’s … Read More
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Image via Wikipedia WordPress is a free blogging platform used by millions of people. According to this CNET article, 0.8% of all internet sites are powered by WordPress. Wow. That’s a lot of sites. Have you jumped on the WordPress bandwagon yet? Perhaps you’re not a blogger or if you … Read More