When I lived in Orlando I was a member of the Junior League of Greater Orlando. One of the most important things in non-profit organizations like the Junior League is fundraising. At one of our GMM (general membership meetings) in 2009 we had a special guest speaker. That speaker was Mark Brewer of the Central Florida Foundation (at the time it was the Community Foundation of Central Florida). Mark spoke that evening about the different generations, why and how the spend their money and how to
Yesterday's post made me curious, could I possibly do more than just swap images that someone was hot linking to? As it turns out, yes I can. So I am not only swapping the images for those that are hot linking to my server but I am also tracking their visitors to record every visitor's IP address, the date/time of their visit, what page on the really bad developer's site they are visiting and which of my images they are trying to see.
Here is the link to the latest idiot:
I received a Google Alert this morning telling me that someone was talking about Sandra's website online. Here is a screen capture of the email:
I followed the links and discovered a Pinterest knockoff site full of Sandra's images with her logo. This site claims that all images are 'uploaded by users' but this is clearly not the case because all of the images are being pulled from my web site. So I decided that I would instead send them a different image :)
The link to the site is: //inshomegarden.ga/harry-p-leu-gardens-photo-1
I finally found a purpose for email auto-responders. It used to be that I would just cringe when someone's email sent me an auto-responder and honestly I still do, but there is actually a good use for something like this.
Let me back up a bit. Recently we were having trouble with spam. That's what happens when you send emails to people for years and somewhere along the line one or more of them gives up their email list to a virus, hacker or something else.
But what do you do when your primary