Blog Salad

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Has Recycling Jumped the Shark?

Got this free sample at the 16th annual Furry Scurry, a Dumb Friends League charity, two mile walk/run and expo with over 6,000 dogs in attendance:

WordPress Widgets Everywhere–or Not?

WordPress widgets are lovely little nuggets of content that display across all pages and posts. Sometimes, however, you want to control where they go. That’s where conditional widget plugins come in. Which is the best? First, a video introduction to WordPress widgets by Dan at WebsiteDesigner.au. I love this video not because it has great […]

Guest Post: Websites for Writers

Guest Post: Websites for Writers

I’m guest blogging over at LisaSamalonis.com today on how the objective of a writer’s website should affect its design. Is your website an appetizer, an entree, or a dessert? If you don’t know, click here to find out.

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The Ten Biggest Mistakes New Bloggers Make

As usual, the sassy, self-referential and sometimes solipsistic world of blogging is chattering about how to be a blogger, as if all readers of blogs are writers of blogs, which may be mostly true but certainly must bug the bejesus out of folks who prefer reading news and commentary online but still think blog is […]

Google +1: Facebook's Like shouldn't worry, but Evernote should

Google +1: Facebook’s Like shouldn’t worry, but Evernote should

The search giant hasn’t created the next “Like” button. It’s created the world’s simplest (and most powerful?) research bookmarking tool. Google introduced +1 to the world on Wednesday, an experimental tool that adds a feature similar to Facebook’s Like button to Google searches. Because the snazzy new button is so, well, Like-like, everyone’s talking about […]