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WordPress.com Users Hit By Direct Attack – Stopped in its Tracks

I woke up to find my wordpress.com site attacked by a comment spammer CAUGHT BY WORDPRESS!!!! I bring it to your attention for several reasons. First, it was caught and marked for moderation because enough of the comment spam was clever enough to look, at first, sincere. Second, it was caught because enough of the […]

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 […]

An Interesting Use of Category Tags in wordpress.com

Jacob Appelbaum’s blog on Hurricane Katrina is an amazing read, but it also features an interesting use of categories as tags. I’ve talked about the difference between categories and tags, the limitations of using categories as tags, how to manually add Technorati and search tags to wordpress.com, and an even easier method for adding tags […]

The Blog Rumor Heard Around the World – Blaming Katrina

Living in the path of Hurricane Katrina, I’ve heard tons of people in the first few weeks after Hurricane Katrina’s destruction try to find justification, reasons, and excuses for why it happened here and to them. I’ve heard a lot that is it god’s revenge for [fill in the blank]. One friend said it was […]

Blogging Katrina Upclose and Personal

The news is everywhere. You can’t get away from it. Visual scenes of death, destruction, and survivors. Hurricane Katrina left a mess. But the visual picture isn’t the whole picture. Jacob Appelbaum’s wordpress.com blog is documenting his hand’s on stories of Hurricane Katrina upclose and personal. A traveling photographer working with NGO and non-profit groups, […]

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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