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WordPress.com Bloggers Now Have Spell Check

The WordPress.com blog announces Spellchecker for WordPress.com blogs. You can now spell check your posts in WordPress.com. Unfortunately, for those of us who know better and stay totally away from the often unfriendly WYSIWYG Rich Editor, we’re out of luck. I am not happy with the developers of WordPress.com for ignoring a good portion of […]

Make a Boo Boo. What Do You Do?

The Rocky Mountain News’s columnist, John Temple, wrote “Once in Print, There Are No Mulligans”, a candid look at the bumps, bruises, and goofs the newspaper made over the past year, reflecting upon how easily these are done and how hard they are to correct. We care deeply about accuracy, but it’s my experience that […]

The 12 Biggest Problems With Your Blogs

Sedition.com’s “The 12 biggest problems with your blog” is a brilliant summary of the most commonly found problems, and distractions, on many blogs. Here are some highlights that had me dancing around the room so much, they bear some repeating: 12) The banner graphic. Regular visitors don’t need 18% of the page space taken up […]

I FOUND YOU – ONLINE SPELL CHECKER!

Firefox Spell Check Firefox now features spell check by default in their Internet browser. Misspelled words are highlighted with a red wavy underline, similar to word processing programs. Right click on the highlighted word and choose from the correct spelling in the right click menu. It’s not perfect, and the misspelled word isn’t recognized until […]

The Hunt for Online Spell Checking

NOTE: The latest version of Firefox now comes with built-in spell check. Faced with a repaired but not fully stocked laptop, I needed some of my writing spell checked. Instead of panicking, or digging through storage boxes of my computer disks for my word processing program, I realized that I was connected to the Internet […]

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