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Remember when I said that e-mail aliases are great?  Well, I still mean it.  In fact, I want to give you a little walk through on how to set up an e-mail alias.  For our purposes today, I will be using g-mail as the e-mail client.  Most other e-mail clients will set up their aliases in pretty much the same fashion.

Well, 2011 has been very good to us here at DanielTitus.com.  With the new year approaching many people will be looking ahead to 2012.  I think that's good.  We should all be mindful about the future.  We should make preparations and resolutions with renewed enthusiasm.  In addition to that, I feel it is important to be contemplative.  It is paramount to consider our successes and failures, joys and sorrows, accomplishments and mistakes.  Each year I try to bear in mind the salient moments of the past year before resolving for the year ahead.  Because it would be rude and in poor taste to share with you some of my regrets from this past year, I will share, instead, some of my favorite projects of the year.

The Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act are dangerous ideas that may become law soon.  Both of these bills are different, and they each have their nuances, but I'm lumping them together here because both suffer from the same short comings.  If you follow me on twitter, you may have seen me tweet about this a couple of times already.  But, in case this is new to you, I'd like to give you a run down on what these bills are and why I think they are ... well ... evil.