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Things I Want Gone from the Web in 2007

Here are a few things I want gone from the web in 2007 – and forever – along with a few things I want you to do to make the web a better place in 2007. Kill All Popup Windows In every shape and form. Out-of-control Advertising Web pages, specifically blogs, are now looking more […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Web Development

Over the past year, I’ve written a lot about web development, also known as website development and blog development. Web Development is the name for the techniques involved in developing your website or blog. What it really is, well, that’s a lot more confusing. People make a lot of assumptions, so let’s look at what […]

Putting a Stop to Junk and Jokes in Your Email Inbox

Between email, forums, chats, and all the other methods of communication available today, we are inundated with words. Okay, I’m inundated. Overwhelmed. Frustrated. Over 10 years ago when just enough people were online and had email, the need to spread jokes and idiot babble via email started. Eventually, email spam got into the act. At […]

When the Blog Breaks: Fixing Your Broken Blog

In Part One of this two part article series, we explored how to determine when your blog or website is down and explored various monitoring and notification methods. In this part, we will look at what may break a blog, and offer suggestions on troubleshooting and fixing your broken blog. What Can Bring Your Website […]

Six Steps to Blogging Success – Or Success in Anything

In the May 2006 issue of Coastal Living magazine, an article caught my eye about a young couple who moved from Montana to Bermuda to live on the beach and sell their own line of clothing called “Bermuda Styles”. What drew my attention was a bulleted list in a pull quote which gives basic tips […]

Hook, Line and Sinker: Luring Blog Traffic to Stay

There are a lot of tricks you can use to attract visitors to your blog or website. Many of these won’t work as search engines usually figure these tricks out long before you get around to trying them. The best way to attract visitors to your blog is to provide the information they are seeking […]

If I Had Ads Here, Would You Click Them?

I think this is a fair question. If I had ads on this blog, would you click them? More importantly, why would you click them? I had my first web page in, oh, um, way back before the turn of the century. I’ve been on the Internet in one form or another since before the […]

The Power of Blogging On Display – Alaska Airlines Decompression Incident

Just after the Christmas weekend, Jeremy Hermanns and his fiance were returning from a holiday trip when their Alaska Airlines MD-80 had a decompression problem and the plane made an emergency landing at SeaTac Airport in Seattle. While nonexplosive and undramatic emergency landings rarely attract the attention of the media, this one did. Why? Probably […]

Annual 46 Best Free Utilities from Tech Support Alert

Tech Support Alert offers its annual “Best 46 Free Utilities” list this year with few surprises, but it still is a great resource if you are looking for solid and excellent software for no or low prices. Open source software is really leading the pack, sometimes ahead of its commercial brethren, for top quality programs. […]

Family Holiday Time – Would You Fix My Computer?

It never fails to happen. I show up to any family event, holidays or not, and I’m asked to take a look at the computer. A recent trip to Seattle resulted in just that kind of request from my mother. She is famous for being a clean freak, panicking at the thought of not enough […]

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 […]

News of a Worm to Hurt WordPress is False

The WordPress Development Blog announced that a worm going through the online and web community will not harm WordPress sites, even though the rumor mill says it will. That is false. To a point. There is news of a worm which uses a vulnerability in the PHPXMLRPC libraries to spread a computer virus. Some articles […]

Katrina Comment Spam Assaults Blogs

WordPress does an amazing job battling comment spam, reinforced with a couple powerful comment spam fighting WordPress Plugins if you need them. But the comment spammers are always looking for an angle to get in and make your life miserable. Katrina based comment spam is now hitting blogs around the world. The problem is compounded […]

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