Geocaching Log Sheets

I Won an iPod Nano at SMX Advanced 2008 from Click Forensics

During SMX Advanced 2008 in Seattle I entered a drawing for an iPod Nano from Click Forensics. Shortly after SMX, I got an email from Mike at Click Forensics saying that I won! A few days later I had a shiny new 4GB Apple iPod Nano. Thanks Click Forensics! Click Forensics is a leading provider […]

Lunch with Matt Cutts at SMX Advanced 2008

As Seen on Matt Cutts’ Blog – SMX Advanced 2008 Wrap-up! Last week I attended SMX Advanced 2008 in Seattle, Washington. SMX — Search Marketing Expo — is the newest search engine marketing conference and expo created by Search Engine Land editor-in-chief Danny Sullivan (aka The Godfather of Search). One of the first things I […]

Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2007

It’s been a little over a week since I returned from Search Engine Strategies (SES) in San Jose, California and I’m still going over all the notes I took. It was four days of sessions devoted to search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM). I learned so much after SES Chicago 2006 this […]

Arts Alive 2007

Arts Alive is an annual arts and crafts festival that showcases more than 100 artists and craftsmen from across the country. Artists exhibit, demonstrate, and sell their wares. They also compete for award money. The festival is sponsored by the Kennedy-Douglas Center for the Arts and it held at the Center and in Wilson Park […]

TWiG – This Week in Geocaching – Garmin Responds

This is the ninth article in a ongoing series titled, “TWiG – This Week in Geocaching”. With each article I hope to highlight my personal geocaching treks and comment on anything that I find of interest that’s going on in the world of geocaching (i.e. geocaching related websites, forum posts, blogs, podcasts, etc.). Garmin Responds […]

Search Engine Strategies Chicago 2006

Last week I attended the Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo in Chicago. It was four days of sessions devoted to search engine marketing and optimizing websites for search engines. There were two keynotes during the event. The first featured Jason McCabe Calacanis and the second featured Danny Sullivan, a world-renowned search authority. It was […]

Counting Cache Finds and Trackables

After attending the “Shoals Summer Meet, Greet, and Eat” (GCX0MV) I began to wonder about what counts as a find and when a trackable item should be logged. It seems that geocaching is a sport with some loose rules and guidelines when it comes to what counts as a find. I’ve also encountered some different […]