I’m currently in Dallas at the Software Industry Conference, where I’ll be giving a presentation about SEO strategies on Saturday. In the meanwhile, if you’re at the conference or feel like coming out to the Hyatt Regency, feel free to get in touch with me.
As you have probably guessed, I’ll be posting the presentation and some textual elaboration on it right after I finish delivering it. (I don’t know if video will be available this time.)
Yesterday about a hundred thousand people visited this blog due to my post on names, and the server it was on died several fiery deaths. This has been a persistent issue for me in dealing with Apache (the site dies nearly every time I get Reddited — with only about 10,000 visitors each time, which shouldn’t be a big number on the Internet), but no amount of enabling WordPress cache plugins, tweaking my Apache settings, upgrading the VPS’ RAM, or Googling lead me to a solution.