5 Things To Overcome The Tough Parts Of Blogging

There are times when a blogger, like any other writer, will ‘loose the muse.’ Every idea that comes to mind seems either trite or dull or, worse still, no ideas come to mind. We have all experienced that moment when you sit down to write a blog post and you go blank. Any ideas that […]

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WordPress Survey

Take The 2014 WordPress Survey

If you are interested in sharing your opinion about WordPress, you can take the survey over at http://wp-survey.polldaddy.com/s/wp-2013

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Spamming, Phishing, and Other E-mail Scams: Protect Yourself

Today’s post is more of a personal nature – it is not directly related to WordPress, yet it deals with something that we all are engaged in. Being Online. I think that it is important enough to each person on an individual basis, that you should stick around and read through it! I am surprised […]

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WordPress.com vs. Self Hosted

When you are first introduced to WordPress you will have a major decision to make right off the bat. You will have to choose between WordPress.com or a self-hosted version of WordPress (from WordPress.org). While both versions are very similar, there are a couple of major differences that you should consider before you make your […]

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Stop The Hackers!

Security should never be taken lightly, even when it comes to your, “little website.” Be diligent and take necessary precautions. After all, even the “Big Boys” get tricked… The Oak Ridge National Laboratory has played an important role protecting America’s national security and promoting U.S. innovation and prosperity since World War II and the Manhattan […]

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