My position on whether cryptocurrency is a fad or real changes from month to month. I had a hard time connecting the dots until recently. What changed?
I discovered the Uphold Interledger.
The Interledger is just what it sounds like, a ledger system between multiple currencies or ‘stores of value.’ It’s based on the distributed ledger that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have made famous. It allows you to easily convert between fiat and cryptocurrencies with a click of a button.
I’m no stranger to trying different CMS’s to see which one works best in terms of functionality, speed, and ease of SEO use. Over time - and many mistakes later - I’ve found that Hugo is the best for all three of those criteria. It’s very functional, fast to build, and easy to tweak for SEO. When you couple that together with the AWS backbone, you get a fast loading website where all the static builds happen automatically as soon as you update your Github repository.
Hindsight is always 20⁄20 and today I want to review a BIG mistake I made to a long position in XLV. This is a mea culpa post that further reinforces my belief in passive investing. In some ways, these ‘where are they now’ posts are very enlightening and you can only do this if you’ve been blogging for as long as I have.
Back in 2007 In May of 2007 I posted about going long in XLV sometime in January 2007 for a price of about $34 a share.
I wanted to share this post with readers who are interested in increasing their ranking keywords with very little effort. I was able to nearly double my ranking keywords in as a little as two weeks by doing a few optimization tweaks.
How it all started It all started with some FB messaging to my niece and nephew over in Berlin. Covid19 had them pretty much shut-in for a while so they started working and optimizing their travel blog.
Apple just did something wonderful for your privacy in the next iOS release, it’s making Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA) an ‘explicit’ opt-in function now. What the heck is IDAF and what does it mean to me? IDAF is a sinister process where apps share your data with marketers so those marketers can optimize ads and get more people to use the app. That’s all fine and good if you decide to opt-in.