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Linked list

You’ve probably noticed a change in some of the posts here lately. In particular, this odd little symbol: This symbol indicates a linked list post. It’s basically a link with a little bit of commentary from yours truly. If you click on the title of such a post, you’ll go directly to the source article. […]

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Free How to Buy a Car Spreadsheet

Buying a car is a scary proposition for most of us. There’s a ton of money on the line, and it’s us vs “them”. You know, “them” – professional salespeople. They do this all day every day, and they’re very good at it – most of us buy a car every few years. It’s time […]

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Houston Cars version 4.0

Yesterday afternoon, I launched a brand new look for Houston Cars – version 4.0. No small changes this time around, I went for a complete overhaul from the ground up. As the astute web developers out there probably already know, this version is based on the Thesis WordPress framework. Why Thesis? A ton of reasons, […]

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Houston Cars post #997

That’s right, Houston Cars is just 3 posts away from the magical 1,000th post.  I’ve heard that when a car blog hits that number, amazing things happen.  Free cars for all, turbochargers falling from the sky, that sort of thing. OK, maybe none of that is true.  But I’m working on a great post for […]

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Advertising Sale at Houston Cars

I’m running an advertising sale here at Houston Cars this month.  If you’re interested in a 125×125 banner ( displayed prominently on my sidebar ), you can purchase one for half the regular price.  Until all four slots are sold, or the month ends, you can purchase a 125×125 banner ad for just $20.  That […]

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Subscribe to Houston Cars

Did you know that Houston Cars has an RSS Feed?  Simply subscribe to the Houston Cars RSS feed, and you never have to worry about missing our latest post.  Whether you use Bloglines, Google Reader, or any other RSS reader, you can get updates from Houston Cars. What if you don’t use RSS? No worries!  […]

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Design Update

Once again, Houston Cars has undergone a design change.  This one isn’t radical, extreme, or offensive.  It’s pretty much designed to clean things up, and make everything a bit easier on the eyes.  I think it turned out pretty well – any thoughts? I’ve tested the design in IE7 and Firefox, with no problems that […]

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Small Site Maintenance

Just a small update today here at Houston Cars.  I moved back to full posts on the main page – so no more having to click through every time you actually want to read anything.  That also translates into a Full RSS Feed – so all you subscribers will be happy.  Also top top it […]

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