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Can I read your story, please?

Since when is it OK for a news website to redacte almost an entire article unless you click through their ad box? If some fashion site or celebrity news site or other entertainment style site wants to make you use

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Posted in News, Question, Social Concerns, Technology, Web Desing

Blogember: 5 Favorite Blogs

I don’t use an RSS feeder for blogs, more because reading each post isn’t why I read a blog. Let’s use my first favorite blog (note: not listed in order of importance) as an example. This is a technology blog,

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Posted in Blogember, Personal, Writing Challenge

Blogember: Favorite inspiring quote

Funny, that within one iteration of the post challenge, I seem to have come back to photo chips (not chip photos).  Continuing in the same vein then, I would like to share my favorite inspiring quote (as a photo chip(stop

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Blogember: One of the best lessons life has shown me

Sound bites are about worthless. Not just the news sound bite of the latest political gaff (not linking). And actually, what I want to talk about usually doesn’t have sound. Sound bite is maybe the wrong word then. Meme might

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Posted in Blogember, Personal, Social Concerns, Social Media, Technology, Writing Challenge

The Haunting Web-Act Like It Matters

A news article that was published yesterday suggest this Angelfire page from 1999 was Facebook CEO first attempt at web design/development. True or not, and it could be an elaborate hoax, it is a good reminder that the web is

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Posted in News, Social Concerns, Social Media, Technology, Web Page Design