I feel like I’m in a movie or something… (at Panorama Towers)

Driving through the rain in a Hummer, heading to a party. Happy America day, everyone. (at Panorama Towers)

Photoshooting at the Blind Pig (at The Blind Pig)

Everything I scanned with Buycott at Trader Joe’s today said this…

Just got a birthday card. 2nd attempt: wrong address took 6 months to return (at Camden Tiara)

"One of the reasons Jedi came out the way it did was because the story outline of how Jedi was going to be seemed to get tossed out, and one of the reasons I was really unhappy was the fact that all of the carefully constructed story structure of characters and things that we did in Empire was going to carry over into Jedi. The resolution of that film was going to be quite bittersweet, with Han Solo being killed, and the princess having to take over as queen of what remained of her people, leaving everybody else. In effect, Luke was left on his own.”

In the tourist zones (at Bellagio Fountains - Bellagio Hotel)

There goes Tokyo…

Recommended “because you watched American Horror Story” (at Camden Tiara)

RIP HR Giger, you’ve been in my thoughts for most of the last year. (at Camden Tiara)

Let’s cook, you guys! #apartmenthunting

The issue with canonicalization is determining which URL is the important one with multiple versions of the same content.

Q: What is a canonical url?

A: Canonicalization is the process of picking the best url when there are several choices, and it usually refers to home pages. For example, most people would consider these the same urls:
But technically all of these urls are different. A web server could return completely different content for all the urls above. When Google “canonicalizes” a url, we try to pick the url that seems like the best representative from that set.

(From the blog of Matt Cutts: SEO advice: url canonicalization)

See question on Quora

from Answers by Nick Manteris on Quora http://bit.ly/1jXERib

So… this happened. (at Camden Tiara)