By: Peter Egan
Google, I’ve never asked you for anything in the past. Today I come with a request though. I am kindly, respectfully and politely asking you to remove Yext and all its associated properties from search results.
I came across an excellent how-to guide consisting of a great article and four fantastic how-to videos about how to use chum to catch more and bigger catfish. I’ve been following Peter Egan (his Kinja blog is peteregan.kinja.com and his Kinja profile is http://kinja.com/peteregan) for some time now, am familiar with…
Peter Egan has started an FC2 blog. The purpose of this blog is slightly different from those of his other sites and blogs.
At 35 Years of Age, Peter Egan is now legally qualified to run for the U.S. Presidency. While he has no upon intention to seek the office, Egan did come statistics by mistake (or sheere chance) - shall we say is an interesting fact (or perhaps coicodence). I don’t pretend to know what facts I find intriguing to be…
Revisiting a product review about the Samsung Galaxy series smartphone (S7 to be specific), it occurred to me that my views regarding the phone have changed in the time since that post was published in late December. The original article is below.
A relatively new site (at least it’s new to me) called Totally.me is now live. This site allows you to enter all of your social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and numerous others that I personally don’t use, and you can enter multiple accounts from the same social service.
I’ll start by disclaiming that I do not have the little virtual reality goggles/headset, and have not attempted to use the Samsung Galaxy S7 for entertainment purposes involving virtual reality.