Thursday, December 08, 2011
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Posted by JT at 12/08/2011 01:04:00 AM
Friday, November 18, 2011
I am talking about an internet marketing legend. He is Farhad . I got my inspiration from him. Really a cool smiling face. He helped me much learning marketing, SEO and ecommerce. I write blog very less. Today I am writing cause I can't stop myself without writing.
How Farhad Came to OnlineHe was built in I.T person. As far i know brother Farhad past his childhood and teenage learning codes and search engine optimization. When he was in 1st year of B.Sc in Textile engineering he got so many clients. They paid him highly. He found that he is valuable to business world. After completion of his study he concentrate on IT business. Now he is working as a consultant for SEO, ecommerce, Web developement and Adsense. As far i know 35 SEO firms taking consultancy under him.
Personal LifeHe is a simple man. I saw his book (novel and story) excellent something described about nature and human life. Love to nature amazed me. Success story i noticed: He made hundreds of website 1st page of google within a month in front of me. Completely white hat method. No cheating. His popular work i can remember "Why cheating when you have good ideas?" He is expert on eCommerce. Actually hon. Farhad love to develop ecommerce site. He dreamed to have a digital world. His main dream is Bangladesh. Working for Bangladesh in many ways. He is working for Monetizing solution for any company. Your earning will be double if you take his consultancy. I love and respect my honorable teacher, guru, master for his dedicated help **this is a public blog. you can copy content but not modification.
Posted by JT at 11/18/2011 06:53:00 AM
Sunday, July 17, 2011
I had an experience on the Bill of Rights too. From January 1994 till November of 1994. It was the greatest experience. Course I didn't think so at the time. Being there with Visionquest and all. But, there hasn't been a day since that has gone by when I haven't thought of my being there and the traveling and experience it gave me. Wish I could go back and stay longer this time. But, as we all know. Life goes on. I'm sad to her that the old girl isn't still taking out the kids and helping them to grow, learn and experience life as she once did for me. Anyway, if you would like any other info or stories about my time on the BoR. Or were one of the crew on it with me. Please feel free to email me. MsMAReilly@ yahoo.com Thanks. And if you ever got to experience a ride on the BoR. I hope you loved her as much as I did.
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Posted by JT at 7/17/2011 08:30:00 PM
Sunday, June 19, 2011
In July of 1976 I was Captain of the 75' fishing vessel "Sea Dog" from Gloucester Ma. On the third of July we left Gloucester with the intention of going down to Boston to see the arrival of the tall ships that were coming in for the parade of tall ships for the bicentennial 4th of July celebration. We had several guests on board that we planed to drop off at the Cape Cod Canal before proceeding on our offshore lobstering trip to the canyons south of Cape Cod. After viewing the arrival of several the ships off Boston we left for the canal, at about dusk we came upon the "Bill of Rights" Becalmed at the cape cod bay end of the Canal (see first picture). At that time the schooner had no engine and they had rigged their small tender off the stern and were attempting to push her to Boston, needless to say they were not going to make the trip in time for the parade the next day. I called Capt. Davis and offered a tow to Boston, he was happy to accept as he had some very high priced charterers expecting to ride in the parade. We took the schooner in tow (see second picture) and making about 9 kts arrived in Boston at about 2AM on the morning of the 4th, At that time it was to late to carry out our plan of dropping our guests at the canal so I asked Capt. Davis if he could see to it that they were taken ashore where they could make arraignments to get back to Gloucester. Capt. Davis not only took them but kept them aboard for the night and allowed them to stay onboard for the entire parade the next day (see third picture). The girl in the picture was my girlfriend at the time, now my wife, Kate Somers an artist here on Cape Ann (www,randomartsmagnolia.com ) and this trip was one of the highlights of our time together. We will always treasure our memories of Capt. Joe Davis and the "Bill of Rights"
Posted by JT at 6/19/2011 09:38:00 AM