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Taking Care of Broken Links

Posted by | September 29, 2009 .

(Image by mansikka via Flickr) Ever click on a link and end up on a 404 page? Everyone has–it is one of those little frustrations that we endure on the net. That’s why it is a good idea every once in a while to check out the links on your own blog. Some suggest that […]

Book Review: “Google Blogger for Dummies”

Posted by | September 26, 2009 .

By Susan Gunelius (Hoboken,NJ: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2009, 362 pages) The coming of this book is long overdue—a definitive manual on using Blogger. This is bound to become the essential book for those using the Blogger program whether one is starting out in the blogosphere or has been around a while. There is something for […]

Response: Time to Tune-up and Recommit

Posted by | September 19, 2009 .

Last weekend I attended the Christian Web Conference at Biola University. After a week of marinating in some of the lessons and info gained from that valuable experience I will use this weekend as a time of evaluation and new commitment to the task. The last 3 years I have used the aftermath of the […]

Christian Web Conference 2009, Biola University

Posted by | September 14, 2009 .

I attended The Christian Web Conference over the weekend at Biola University. It was the successor to GodBlogCon. I Met some great folks, made some new friends, and gained some new perspectives. This was the 3rd year I’ve attended this event. The last two were part of the BlogWorld and New Media Expo in Las […]

Re: WordPress Plugins—What I’ve discovered.

Posted by | September 10, 2009 .

(Image via Wikipedia) Q:  Joe Chavez asked: “I was curious to know what other plugins or utilities do you use/recommend?” A: There are literally thousands of plugins available to WordPress.org bloggers. I have personally tried out a hundred or so. At one time I was using nearly 30 but in the process discovered several issues […]

WordPress Users Check This Out!!!: Older WordPress Versions Now Under Attack!

Posted by | September 6, 2009 .

(Image via CrunchBase) **Note: The current WordPress.org version is 2.8.4  If you are running an earlier version it is definitely time to upgrade—older WordPress versions are now under attack. Thousands of blogs have been hit already—all earlier versions before 2.84  (Note-WordPress.com blogs are not affected). Hackers have Produced some kind of ‘worm’ that attacks all […]

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