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October 2007

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I’ve been extremely busy lately and haven’t had a chance to write any new posts. Here are a couple tidbits to feed your Brad hunger. Jeff just launched a new forum on his site so go get registered and start posting! I just launched permalinks on SnapFoo: and RSS feeds: That’s all for […]

Easily Increase Site Traffic Using

By Looking for an easy way to boost site traffic? Look no further than StumbleUpon is a browsing tool for sharing and discovering great websites based on keywords that you find interesting. Simply install the toolbar and click Stumble to view high-quality pages matched to your personal preferences. StumbleUpon also gives you the […] Updates

By I wanted to post a quick update about We have begun sending out invites to a small group of friends. We have also launched the official SnapFoo Blog to help keep everyone informed of our progress. If all goes as planned (and it probably won’t) we hope to start blasting out invites […]

Is the future of Web 2.0 mobile?

By Mitch Wagner of Information Week posted an overview from John Battelle of Federated Media, Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Media, and Eric Faurot, senior VP at CMP of the Web 2.0 Summit yesterday. In this overview they ask an important question: Where is Web 2.0 Going? The answer? Mobile! There’s a huge opportunity to […] Dynamic Chat Rooms

By Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending Startup Weekend in West Lafayette, Indiana. After many hours of chewing over ideas we decided on one: is the next generation dynamic chat space, ranking conversation relevance. is basically a tag based chat room. The user is able to select tags from […]

The ASP.NET 2.0 Anthology Book from SitePoint

By Yesterday I received my new book from, The ASP.NET 2.0 Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks. After skimming through my new read I must say, SitePoint can write some amazing books! I love how each section is prefaced with a question: “How do I read data from my database?” “How do […]

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.


CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.


Brad resides in Philadelphia.


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