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Stephen Bell
  • 36, Male
  • Edmond, OK
  • United States
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Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Derek Tonn Sep 17, 2011.

The Purpose of Copyright Notices on University Websites?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Wiegman Feb 17, 2011.

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Erik Hagen replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Subfolders vs. Subdomains
"We do the same, w/o the www. (callutheran.edu/shortcut)"
Jan 17, 2013
Thomas Parker replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Subfolders vs. Subdomains
"Recent changes at Google have changed the way they look at sub-domains vs. sub-directories:http://www.webpronews.com/matt-cutts-talks-subdomains-vs-subdirectories-2012-10 ;"
Jan 17, 2013
Derek Tonn replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
"Interesting stuff...though I do have to politely complain about CloudFlare just a little bit related to image optimization.  As with any service touting a faster browsing experience, I have a hard time understanding why they cannot properly…"
Sep 17, 2011
Michael Fienen replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
"Yeah, I caught them on Twitter and the guy there said he would look into any schools that might be willing to talk about it. So apparently there are definitely schools using the service."
Sep 6, 2011
Seth Stevenson replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
"I just installed Cloudflare on my personal website. My website doesn't get much traffic so I can't judge too much yet, but it does seem to load faster. I do have one issue with Cloudflare messing up one of my scripts though, but I think…"
Sep 6, 2011
Stephen Bell replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
"You may also want to check this out (I believe they just launched this at the beginning of this month):        http://code.google.com/speed/pss/   They let you test how much difference it would make on your…"
Sep 2, 2011
Michael Fienen replied to Stephen Bell's discussion Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?
"I'm going to start looking in to this as well, partly out of curiosity, partly because I think we'd really benefit from it for a number of reasons. One thing that bothers me is a lack of a good explanation of exactly what they are doing…"
Sep 1, 2011
Stephen Bell posted a discussion

Cloudflare - Free CDN and security?

I just came across this article today, and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with a service like this: http://thenextweb.com/industry/2011/06/07/cloudflare-a-website-security-product-accidentally-makes-sites-60-faster/ If someone wants to make our site twice as fast and a lot safer for free, I'd be inclined to let them as long as they're reputable and…See More
Jun 8, 2011

Profile Information

Employer?
Oklahoma Christian University
Website:
http://www.oc.edu
Personal Website:
http://blogs.oc.edu/ee/?/sbell
Find me on Twitter at:
http://twitter.com/stephenjbell
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
HTML/CSS, Graphic Design, JQuery
What CMS are you using?
Adobe Contribute, Expression Engine, dotCMS
What department or office are you in?
Marketing
Primary Job Responsibility
Design, coding and maintenance of university web site.
Number of students at your institution
2100+

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At 2:41pm on July 28, 2008, Susan said…
Stephen! Thanks for the add. I had no idea you were on here.

Are you planning on going to the HighEdWeb conference in October? It's in Springfield, MO. It's supposed to be a great one.

It was nice meeting you this weekend. Tell Amanda I said, "Hello, mon petite!"

TTYL
 
 
 

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