Internet Family Safety Guide Available FREE Just in Time for Back to School

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  • Written on: July 25th, 2008

This Back to School Internet Safety Guide offers a general overview of safety topics as well as links to websites with more in depth information.

Twitter Purge Would Have Made Stalin Proud

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  • Written on: July 24th, 2008

There is no doubt in my mind that there are people gaming Twitter and there is nothing wrong with Twitter dispatching these spammers with haste. But when Twitter started messing with my valid network of friends and colleagues, then they crossed the line.

Patience Pays With Text Link Ads

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  • Written on: July 23rd, 2008

I quickly realized that webmasters who buy words and phrases tend to re-purchase them automatically month after month. My $25 grew to be $60, and a month later to $80 and in July so far I am right at $100.

Joby Zivio Bluetooth Headset Review

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  • Written on: July 22nd, 2008

The Zivio headset its self is a pretty unique design given the current trends toward smaller devices and more technically complex noise canceling software. The Zivio is quite noticeable when it is worn at more than 53 mm in length. Despite its mere 13 gram weight, the Zivio conceals a retractable boom microphone that makes the unit a whopping 136 mm from top to bottom when extended.

Yedda a Good Choice to Create Blog Authority?

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  • Written on: July 21st, 2008

Yedda provides a widget that can be installed in your blog’s sidebar so your readers can ask you a question specifically. The questions are then added to the Yedda system, where you can answer it.

Adoptic Offers 500 Free Credits to BlogHers – Review

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  • Written on: July 20th, 2008

Adoptic is another traffic exchange company with a widget that you place in your sidebar to promote stories from other blogs. You can get 500 free credits in their traffic exchange if you sign up using the promo code “blogher”.

A Blog is Not an Online Diary

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  • Written on: July 18th, 2008

A younger woman stood up, took the microphone and asked how she can blog about her life and her child’s life, tell other people about her blog, and attend conferences (she said “not hiding or wearing a mask out in public) yet have others respect her boundaries.

Mommy Bloggers – Moms Reaching Out or Pimps?

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  • Written on: July 18th, 2008

But there are some people who look in on the world of “Mommy Blogging” and believe that these mothers are exploiting their children and that motherhood is not a “real job.”

Arrived at Westin St. Francis in San Fransisco

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  • Written on: July 17th, 2008

I’d have to say the only session I am nervous about attending is the Progressives session – primarily because I am one of the rare conservatives on the web that is willing to endure a pounding to stand up for what he believes in.

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