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bio website brad-christie.com/blog
location New Hampshire
age 28
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seen May 6 '13 at 13:29

I'm currently a Systems Specialist at Rapid Sheet Metal, Rapid Machining and other Rapid Companies. What's that mean? I architect, develop and implement solutions that help us turn around prototype parts quickly without sacrificing quality.

View my LinkedIn Profile if you're interested in my career side, or my Facebook Profile to learn more about me in general.

Alternatively, I have a pseudo-blog if you're that bored. You should be warned, I use it mostly for things I find are interesting or something I had to do a lot of searching for and feel others would appreciate an index-able resource.

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Feb
15
comment Help me to find a good name for my website
This must be what you call a "domainer's block".
Feb
15
comment Where can I find cheap domains for sale?
@unixman83: Then use adwords, facebook advertising, etc. to draw them in. Having broken-pc.com may help with people searching for just that, but it doesn't speak anything for the reputation, customer support or pricing. Think about this: "Dell"/"HP" rank highly when searching for new PCs, yet neither have any "related" keywords in the domain name itself.
Feb
15
answered Where can I find cheap domains for sale?
Dec
8
answered How do I remove my “page not found” pages from Google's index?
Sep
12
comment URL redirection to same domain on different server
You have 1 of 2 options (as I see it). 1) Forward to a physical IP (but now this means it messes with the virtual directories as you're playign with Host: header.) 2) create a temporary sub-domain until it's perm. migrated (maybe www2.myserver.com)
Sep
12
comment URL redirection to same domain on different server
There's load balancing and redundancy, but I'm not sure that's what you're going for (e.g. nslookup google.com shows you multiple IPs, but that's for fail-safe)
Jun
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Jun
5
comment Domain name, which one is more appropriate?
Indeed. Also, I'd advice buying the hyphenated version and (depending company size) misspelled domain variation for forwarding as well.
Dec
10
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