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Top 5 Reasons to Use WordPress

Who says nothing in life is free? WordPress.com is a freebie. WordPress.org's downloadable publishing platform is free. Heck, even WordPressMU is free. WordPress is an open source project, which means it can be used on any personal or commercial website for free ...

What to do When Your Favorite Blogging or Social Site Closes its Doors

Ning’s recent announcement that it will be doing away with the free portion of its social networking service was one of the hot topics at last weekend’s WordCamp in San Francisco. Ning, for those who haven’t messed with it, is a ...

Why Do We Blog?

Why do you blog? It’s a question regular bloggers field from time to time, from folks with a preconceived notion that bloggers spend most of their days cranking away on a Comodore in their mother’s musty basement. (I’m an Altair guy ...


GoDaddy to WordPress Users: Go Upgrade

WordPress users hosting their sites with Go Daddy received a scare over the weekend when word start circulating that a number of Go Daddy-hosted blogs had been hacked with injected malware. Go Daddy on Wednesday finally responded to the botnet-like attack, ...

Word 2010 Review: Improving Collaboration and Navigation

When I first made the jump from Microsoft Word 97 to Word 2007, it was just that … a giant leap. Going a decade between software updates is as dumb as it sounds, but when you’re used to a solid word ...

Automatically add Blog Entries to Facebook Page

"How do I add blog entries to my Facebook page?" It's a question that comes up a lot in the comments sections of blogs and on the Q&A sites I frequent. The easiest way I've found to automate this process, without having ...


What to do when Blogger kills FTP access in March 2010

This how-to not only gives you some answers on what to do when Blogger.com discontinues FTP support, but offers up some solutions for bloggers on a Blogspot subdomain looking to move to their own domain. According to an email I received ...

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