For a long time now, I’ve been a big fan of Matt Cutt’s blog, where he does these 30 day challenges. I’m not sure if Matt’s the one that originated it (I know of other big bloggers like Dr. Pete that are also big on this), but the shared inspiration and transparence is something that I’ve […]
Some interesting futurist ideas about a totally new society that would embrace technology and automation at it’s core. Some of The Venus Project‘s concepts seem far out there and sometimes reach beyond what I totally understand. Regardless, these ideas are definitely a refreshing alternative to letting Fox and NBC numb your brain. Whether or not this […]
In keeping with the “I’ll write an update whenever I damn well feel like it” nature of this blog, it seemed to be about time to post an update. Part of what’s been keeping me from writing blog posts here in recent months is the fact that I’ve started writing about SEO and content marketing once […]
I’ve mentioned my consulting work a few times now on this blog but so far, the details have been kept relatively quiet. On July 27, I intend to change that. A few months back, I acquired the domain northcutt.com, registered Northcutt Consulting Group, LLC, and began all of the basic organizing necessary in forming a […]
Really. The world ends today. But should it not, I’ll be back back in IL for a bit after a brief adventure up the East Coast. My focus this month is on moving to Chicago proper, and continuing research/development to improve my SEO consulting process for my existing clients, as well as in preparation […]
The last two Google updates (especially Farmer/Panda) have pretty well shaken the whole web; and I can echo this with my own large-scale test sites. I found this cool graphic over at SEOBook that gives a little history of past Google-dances. I’d like to preface it with 3 points of my own minor critique: […]
This is great.
nothing is worth more than this moment.
It’s a rainy morning at the Cabrits garrison in northern Dominica (which is where I’ve been living for the past few weeks). Here’s what the office looks like today: The misty storytale-quality of this photo is not an iphone effect, but rather the mountains here actually rest permanently inside of low-flying clouds.
“Our knowledge is the amassed thought and experience of innumerable minds.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson For a long time now I’ve run stunt double websites to test different promotion tactics in the wild, rather than doing the experimenting on my corporate sites. This quote site was one that I actually started having some fun with, and […]