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New and Improved Top 100 Bloggers List

I know that a lot of you are fans of the Top 100 Bloggers List that I’ve recommended. It’s one of the first most popular bloggers lists on the net and continues to improve all the time. Well, they have a new look and some major improvements and it’s time to take another look at […]

Blogger as Researcher – Almost a Journalist?

In a short and well-written post, Gail Fisher of the The Los Angeles Times writes about the “Journalist as Researcher” on Poynter Online. While aimed at journalists, it made me think about the blogger as a form of journalist, reporting upon the world around them. Here are some important points she makes. Read: Be well-read. […]

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 […]

Top 10 Worst Americans – Not Just Your Average Top 10 List

With very innovative style, All Things Beautiful is challenging the Blogosphere to blog about their Top 10 Worst Americans, and it appears to be taking the blog world by storm. The post itself is a challenge, not a list. From within the post and comments are numerous links to bloggers not only listing their top […]

Huge List of Free Open Source Programs

Wikipedia is an amazing resource and someone has compiled a huge list of free open source programs at List of Open Source Software Packages. The list is broken down by type including math, finance, word processing, assisting technology, file manager, games, media, internet, networking, education, and so many more. If a link is in red, […]

How to Print a Folder List

In WordPerfect, the Print command has an option to print a file list, a listing of all the files within that directory. You can print it to your printer or to the clipboard and then paste it into a document. This is brilliant for keeping track of the files, file sizes, and file dates of […]

Top 100 Bloggers List

If you look in the sidebar of this blog, you will see a button for the Top 100 Bloggers. Developed by friends, Top 100 Bloggers was one of the first to help track popular blogs on the web. Using a combination of votes and traffic, bloggers can rise to the top. The number changes in […]

Website Development – Listing The Keywords Inside

Imagine a search engine spider or robot as a giant filter or colander. It pours your web pages through the colander and all the stuff it decides is useless is left in the colander and the useful stuff pours through, entering their searchable database ready for the search engine user to sift through with their […]

Step-By-Step Website Development – Check List

I’ve talked a lot about website development, and hopefully I’ve stressed how important it is to make a plan. To help you make your plan, here is a simplified checklist for the development and design of a website ($ indicates potential additional fees that may be incurred). Development Gathering of information related to site content […]

The Top A List Bloggers Battle It Out

In an interesting twist, Jason Calacanis is taking on top Blog lists and putting his money where his mouth is. There’s been a lot of back and forth about A-list bloggers, the Technorati 100, the value of lists, and how to “work the A-list.? Well, I’m sick of the Technorati 100. Now, it’s good to […]

CSS and Web Page Design List of Resources

The following are links to sites to help you design a web page or WordPress blog’s WordPress Theme. These include references for styling or designing your site using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), HTML tips and techniques, accessibility issues, web standards, and designing your web design for mobile, handheld computers, and print. CSS – Reference Cascading […]

Looking for Lists of WordPress Themes?

Emily Robbins’ How to Blog has created a list of over 350 WordPress Themes on her site. This is great, though it isn’t as good as a the WordPress Codex Official WordPress Theme List, which is currently being updated with descriptive keywords and categories for the listed Themes, WordPress Theme Viewer, or WordPress Extend Official […]

How News Journalists Blog the Web

In my recent research into who blogs and how they blog, I found this report from Editors Weblog that says: More than half of journalists use blogs According to Annual Euro RSCG Magnet and Columbia University Survey of the Media51% of journalists, combared to 11% of all US internet users (according to eWeek), are using […]

Research on the WordPress, Web Development, and Web Design Job Market

In 2012 and 2013, I did extensive research for the grant program to develop and rewrite the Web Developer degree program at Clark College. This research included an analysis of current and future job opportunities for students graduating with that degree with a solid understanding of WordPress. Now that the program has completed its first […]

What Does WordPress, iThemes, Goodwill, Home Depot, and Target Have in Common? Your Identity and Security.

We received a new credit card in the mail today to replace our old one AGAIN. An “unsuccessful attempt” to access our secure security data happened and this is a precaution the bank is taking to protect us. I have no other information so I’m left wondering. Yesterday I received an email supposedly from Home […]

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