David GoehstDateline: Blog The Truth, Receive Serenity
First Published: Jan 06, 2011 / Last Published: Mar 21, 2011
A deep, passionate and hyper bloggin' fool with a penchant for the technological world. 18 Years worth of marketing experience, SEO savvy, design logos and blast the truth as far as the eye and ear can receive. One part insomniac, one part 60's-80's rock and metal lover, one part sweet guy with a pinch of sarcastic drivel. Be warned; I like to talk. And don't take my chocolate pudding.
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March 21, 2011
Sweet 16 Set, Brackets Shattered Abroad
The field of 16 is set. How badly was your bracket shattered? Did VCU do it?in Sports
March 19, 2011
The Not-So-Charitable Organizations
The charitable organizations of our world reject us for the very help we gave them initially. Go figure.
January 29, 2011
Affiliate Marketing Ins And Outs
Affiliate marketing is easy once you find the tactics that work for you. Here is a good start on how.in Advertising
January 13, 2011
Jan Leasure - Your Coupon 'Mother Teresa'
Jan Leasure of Super Saver is perhaps, arguably, the most intellectually sound coupon 'queen' of our time.in Business
January 11, 2011
No Money? No Problem - Increase Tax!
Illinois is considering a temporary, outrageous income tax hike of 75% to chip away at its deficit.in Finance
January 10, 2011
Paybox.me - The 'Mystery' Payment Processing Company
Come out where every you are, Paybox. Readers and users want to know who you are, and your goals.in Finance
January 9, 2011
Aflockalypse Craze - How Fowl!
The Aflockalypse craze is causing a stir amongst bloggers and writers that is just fowl.
'Gone Country' No More?
Country life seems to be losing its appeal as more people transition to the city scene.
Congresswoman Giffords Able To Respond To Simple Commands
After being shot during a political event, Congresswoman is able to respond to simple commands.in Politics
January 8, 2011
What Ted Williams Did For The Addicted & Homeless...And Doesn't Know It
Ted's excellent adventure brought back a much-needed voice for the homeless and addicted.