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Imprisonment for Annoying People Online

According to CNet’s News.com, create an e-annoyance and you can go to jail. Annoying someone via the Internet is now a federal crime. It’s no joke. Last Thursday, President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity. In other words, it’s OK […]

The Power of Words: Online Lessons on Writing

The staff of The Providence Journal offers The Power of Words, a series of online lessons on the craft of newspaper writing. Whether you are a journalist, writing for a newspaper, or a blogger, you can benefit from this delightful and educational learn-to-write series. Here are some recent highlights from their lessons: ` Edward Fitzpatrick: […]

Reporting on Your Blog: Get Information Online, Fast, and Accurate

Al Tompkins reports on Poynter Online about “How to Get Online and Get Information Fast” with tips and techniques you can use for your blog posts, stories and articles. He tracks a news story he was a part of it step-by-step through the process of how he and his team found information on a nearby […]

Trackbacks and Pings Out of Order? Ping-o-matic now back online

According to news on the new Pingomatic blog now on WordPress.com, Ping-o-matic is now up and running after a few days of trouble. So if your trackbacks and pings were out of order or not functioning with WordPress.com or your full WordPress blog, this is why: Sorry for the downtime, it was actually NOT related […]

List of Free Online Storage Sites

J. Dempsey (Creative Guy) created a list of free online storage sites that takes a good look at a variety of online file storage sites. Online file storage is a great way to backup your computer and web pages, as well as your images. Some sites specialize in storing photographs and images, mostly for public […]

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 […]

Prevention: Protecting Your Online and Internet Security

Worried about computer security? Worried about comment spam, intruders on your website, and time wasters traveling from your blog or website to your computer via email? Viruses, hackers, hotlinkers, and free loaders? Hosting your own website on your home or business computer? What are your risks? Blogging on a networked computer? How might you be […]

Quick Online Tips Site – Good for Blogging Tips

I’ve been looking around for some top notch tips for bloggers blogging their way across the web and I ran across Quick Online Tips. The site is filled with good information, and I really enjoyed their posts on Complete Digg Tools Collection, 10 Smart Blogging Tips to Become a Better Blogger, 15 Popular Web Designing […]

Americans Spend 40% of Their Time Online Deleting Spam

According to a new report by Mcafee called “Americans and Spam Survey” reports that Americans spend at least 40% of their time online deleting spam from their email inboxes. According to the Americans surveyed, email spam is the No. 1 technology time waster (49%) by wide margins over other tech annoyances including automated voice response […]

A Guide to the WordPress Codex, The Online Manual for WordPress Users

WordPress is so easy, for the most part, you can use it right out of the box. Once you get familiar with the powerful features beyond the most simple post writing, creating Pages and categories, you will probably want to do more. The WordPress Codex is the online manual for WordPress users. It takes you […]

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 […]

Delaware Supreme Court Extend First Amendment Protection to Online Comments

“Delaware Supremes extend First Amendment Protection to online comments” by by Bob Cauthorn is seriously worth a read. The Delaware Supreme Court yesterday delivered what one hopes is a watershed decision when it definitively extended First Amendment protections to an anonymous blog poster who attacked an elected town councilman in Smyrna, Del. More importantly, the […]

Screams Heard From Online Bloggers

Okay, who is the freakin’ idiot who thought using the backspace button on the keyboard as a “back to previously visited web page” in your web browser was a good idea. Curse and pox on his head! After working for over an hour on an article for this site, the cat or “someone” moved the […]

Robin Williams Starts Our Conversation on Depression, Suicide, and Mental Health

The world is grieving the loss of one of our favorite comedic and dramatic geniuses, Robin Williams, and the conversation begins about mental illness, depression, and suicide. The Facts As We Know It: The news arrived about 3:30PM PST that the actor had died due to suspected suicide. CNN reported that according to the Marin […]

Speed Blogging Tips and Techniques

The following are the workshop notes for my popular workshop on “Speed Blogging.” The workshop is designed to teach how to take charge of your website and keep the content flowing with enthusiasm over the long term by learning the shortcuts, tips, and techniques to speed up the process of blogging, allowing your blog to […]

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