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During a recent session at Word Press Camp, author Timothy Ferriss gave a talk called “How to Blog Without Killing Yourself.” One of his points (at about in) was that new visitors are automatically biased against older posts.
When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.
You’ll notice that next to the title of posts here at Patrick’s Place is a rather large calendar-looking icon with the posting date superimposed on top.
This feature came on an earlier version of the blog as part of a different template, and when I switched to the current template, the date was relegated to the bottom of the post and rendered in light gray text.
A common rule of thumb, at least on the internet, is that it’s okay to be interested in someone “half your age plus seven” years.
According to this rule, it would not be creepy for a 30 year old to date a 22 year-old, but an 18 year-old would be off-limits.
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