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Do You Have This? Facebook is Testing a GoFundMe Fundraising Competitor

Facebook is testing a new fundraising feature that allows any user to raise money for their friends. Will this be a GoFundMe killer?

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WWDYD? How Dennis Yu Emulates Religious Figures to Build Followers and Loyalty

One of my personal best friends and most admired heroes in the marketing world is Dennis Yu. I'm a bit of an introvert, but when he visits he's one of the few I always always try to find time, have lunch, and share knowledge with. He's one of the...
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Charities: Here is How to Make Your Own Facebook Profile Frames For Your Cause

Possibly in response to Snapchat’s brand geofilters, some time in December Facebook quietly launched a feature that brands have been asking for on Facebook for awhile: Facebook Frames, or Camera Effects! Now any official charity on Facebook can create an overlay for their audience’s Facebook profiles to display their enthusiasm for the brand. Then, in the news feed it will appear with an option for friends to also add a frame. Now every time someone adds a new profile photo, they get asked if they want to add a frame – yours will be one of the first in the directory! Here’s how you do it:

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If You Didn’t Think RSS Was Dead Before, Facebook Just Killed it, Completely

At Facebook's annual F8 developer conference this year, with announcements from robots, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and more I finally feel as though I'm in the future. I'll try to cover more of my overall thoughts later on the...
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Catalyst

I’ve decided I’m going to begin porting Jeens over to Catalyst, based on Simon Cozen’s Maypole module. Perl is going to need to move to more of an MVC framework for it to stay up...

Bryar in Mason

Well, here it is. I’ve had several requests on how I got Bryar working in Mason. I basically just did it with a Mason component, calling the Bryar libraries. I am including in this tarred and...

FC2 Up and Running…

After a few problems and a bad fsck experience, I’m up again, this time on Fedora Core 2 (from Redhat 9). Something to note: with the latest release of mod_perl, Beau Cox’s...

Stress Relief

I tend to find when I’ve had a tough day at work, diverting my energy to developing this site and Jeens is quite calming. Programming, believe it or not is not just a job for me, but a way to...

Mod_Perl woes…

Well, Bryar now allows you to actually click on individual articles using the Bryar/Frontend/Mod_Perl.pm module, but for some reason I can’t get the text after /blog to be counted in...

Welcome!

Well, I’m finally moving to where I want to go with jeens (or should I call it “jeans”?), my family-based, open source CMS based on HTML::Mason and Mod_Perl. This is just one of...

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