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I was just searching about alternatives to Wordpress. I have a couple of Wordpress sites but it isn't my favorite system. I remembered Sett as I've been reading Tynan's blog for a while now. I'm looking for the spot where I actually download Sett to use on my site. I'll find it eventually - I just haven't found it yet. I did watch the video about Sett and I like what I have seen.
This advice would probably only work for men:
But after years of experience I have designed a fool proof method that helps a man return to normal after a painful dumping. I would even say the men come back better than before, so lets start from the beginning. First we need some background info:
But anyway, people get dumped for all types of reasons some legitimate and some absolutely retarded. So this is what you do IMMEDIATELY after getting dumped.
Had the popular posts section disappeared or have I just overlooked it?
A friend just sent me this link: http://nerdfitness.com/blog/2010/12/09/how-to-fly-35000-miles-visit-4-continents-9-countries-and-15-cities-for-418/
Pretty much the most insane example of travel hacking I've ever seen. Plus, it makes me really really antsy to get out there and do a massive, months-long trip of my own.
I haven't read nerdfitness before, but he's talking about a lot of the same principles as Life Nomadic.
I've had the HTC Touch Pro 2 for the last 2 years. Completely coincidental that Tynan has (or had) the same phone. I liked it when I got it, it has a sim card, so is easy to take out of the country, but at this point, it has completely gone to shit. I mean everything is freaking broken on it. Sprint really screwed me with the warranty too.
Anyway, I'm in the market for a new phone. I really don't know much about them, so my only requirement is for something that has a SIM card so I can travel with it. I'd also like to be able to tether it to my laptop for internet. Thats about it. Any suggestions?
The best abs I've ever had was actually 10 years apart. 1998 and 2008. Let's review both:1998: College: I was working out in the gym 6x a week, running 6x a week, and doing abs 7 days a week. Let's just say I had a lot of "free time". Diet was whatever my parents made for dinner, and drinking was about 4 days a week. Mostly Old English. For abs I got up to the point where I was doing 1,000 situps a night, every single night. I actually got to the point where I had testicular pain, and I ran to the Doctor thinking I had cancer. My abs were pretty insane that summer.2008: Working full time: At this point I was doing weights 6x a week, and running 3-4 times a week. I was actually only doing Abs 2-3 a week, and only for a couple of minutes. The big difference between 1998 and 2008 was that the weights were A LOT heavier in the gym, and my diet was SUPER strict. Cardio in 1998 and 2008 was very similar, everything fast and under 3 miles.2012: I think I might try to do 1,000 sit ups a night again. I just cut down to 163lbs from 173, and I plan on going into the mid 150's. I went all out tonight and I was only able to get around 125 situps after a couple sets, so It might take a while. So this year my workout will be 5x a week of weights, 3-4 days a week of running, and 1,000 situps a night.This is today's picture,I only have 3 1/2 abs but I am starting to get the top side pockets. Power Outhttp://thecaptainpower.blogspot.com/2012/04/old-school-training-1000-situps-night.html
So, are the forums gone? I haven't been on here in a while.
I have been struggling with this for over a year now. I need someone to take over the programming work for my website. I had a terrible experience with ODesk. Does anyone know any good websites I can source PHP programmers from?
Hey Tynan, I was wondering if you remember or have analytics for how long it took to get to a 1,000 subscribers? We've been working hard on our blog for a few months now, but, we've both been probably a little bit disappointed with the growth we've achieved. I know that so much of how many hits we get is a direct correlation to how hard I work on the web/fb/twitter, but eventually lord knows I'd like to just have some type of community there that works with us instead of something we fight for.
Anyway, I've been reading Tynan.com for a few years, but I'd like to know more about how it was in the beginning.
Three days or so ago, Tynan published a short post in the Community section:
"Check out the tutorial at http://dotsies.org
I did the whole thing and can read in it now. I love the idea of fully converting my computer over to it for higher information density,and so that no one understands what I'm reading or writing. [...]"
"What is this 'Dotsies'?", you might ask - just as I did.