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Blog Exercises: Weather Reports

February is a month of dramatic weather for many parts of the world. Sometimes January is fierce, and February slows the season down or speeds it up with floods, snows, rains, and sudden bursts of warm temperatures, creating a false Spring, fooling trees and flowers. Sometimes January was the lamb and February brings devastation from […]

You are Invited to Our Thankful Thanksgiving Party!

You are invited to our annual Thanksgiving Party in North Plains, Oregon, where any and all are invited to share in our form of thanksgiving, when we celebrate the friends we’ve come to call family! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2012, 4PM until whenever The theme this year is food-based. It is “food you are thankful for.” […]

Blog Struggles: Surviving Offline Downtime

I travel a lot as part of my work and there are many times when access to the Internet just isn’t possible. Currently, our temporary residence in Oregon is on a farm over 30 minutes from “civilization”. The farm has satellite Internet, so snow, big storms, freezing fog, power outage, or a glitch in the […]

The Sharing and Caring of the WordPress Community Shines

In Why Giving Away Your Code is Not Dangerous, Abhijit Nadgouda of ifacethoughts looks at the issue of “sharing” and Open Source from an interesting perspective: Imagine you run a transport service, ferrying passengers to destinations they want. A part of your job is to follow maps, find out new routes and build your knowledge […]

WordPress Meetup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Note: A delay in posting this was caused by a lack of electricity for over 24 hours due to storms in our new neighborhood in Western Oregon. My apologizes. If you participated in this event, please let us know how it went and how many showed up. You don’t have much time but put it […]

Defining Abbreviations, Acronyms and Definitions in Your Blog

Reading across a load of technical writing, I see AJAX and I suddenly think to myself, “What does that really stand for?” Luckily, the website or blog administrator knew that there would come a time when I would ask myself that question and anticipated it. In the post they highlighted AJAX so I could hover […]

Getting Under the Skin of the .htaccess File

I have a confession to make. Personally, when I think about touching my .htaccess file, I break out in a sweat and start shaking. It’s not that the .htaccess file is so scary. It’s not. But it can be. I know that if I flub it up, even a little, my site is toasted. WordPress […]

Blogging Weather and Video Blogging

With the amazing hurricane and storm season this year in the United States, it’s no suprise that if you blog about the weather, you are going to attract some attention. According to CyberJournalist, Weather.com is going to stream Hurricane Wilma coverage, but more than that. While Weather.com has been showcasing weather-related photographs from user uploads, […]

Blogs About Hurricane Katrina Talking About Hurricane Rita

While waiting to return to the Gulf Coast as a Hurricane Katrina evacuee, I wrote about blogs about Hurricane Katrina and I was curious to see if those bloggers are still blogging about Hurricane Katrina and its after effects and restoration to normality, or if they took on Hurricane Rita in their blogs. Dr. Jeff […]

Blogs About Hurricane Katrina

Currently, my husband and I are among the millions of evacuees from Hurricane Katrina. We left Mobile, Alabama, our temporary residence, early Sunday morning and headed for Atlanta, Georgia, to wait out the storm. So I thought I would take a look at who is blogging about Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Jeff Master’s Wunder Blog on […]

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