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Here’s A Writing Opportunity for Computer Lovers

Here’s A Writing Opportunity for Computer Lovers

WorldStart.com is a website that is looking for articles on computer tips and techniques to put in their email newsletter.  When I checked this site out, their newsletter mailing list was 125,000 readers strong (rather impressive). They’re looking for user-friendly tips that anyone can understand.  The World Start audience is not the intense computer geek. […]

A Quick Apology

A Quick Apology

Wow, it appears that my software stopped notifying me of new comments. Thanks Crystal for giving me a nudge. I signed onto NJFM this morning and found quite a few comments waiting.  Hmmm, guess I’ve got to look under the hood to see what’s going on. Sorry guys.

I’m a Writer Not a Journalist

I’m a Writer Not a Journalist

Every once in a while  I allow myself to roam around the internet reading other writing sites or forums. Without fail, I’ll come across a few posts or forum threads that are less than flattering to online writers. Often times the comments are from folks who have extensive experience writing in off line publications and […]

Neat Little WordPress Plugin for Moving Comments

Neat Little WordPress Plugin for Moving Comments

I quickly found yesterday, that I needed a plugin to help me take comments from one post and place them on another. It’s not that I’m changing the content of the comments, it’s just that I felt the comment would better serve the community (not to mention keep me on track), if the comments were […]

Writer Access: Another Online Writing Site

Writer Access: Another Online Writing Site

I’d like to thank Larkspur (oops, my bad) Leigh, a frequent contributor to our Textbroker thread, for sharing this writing opportunity. It sounded like it might be a legitimate place for writers so , I’d like to share it with the folks who don’t always read the Textbroker thread (I don’t blame you, it’s very, […]

My Recent Suite 101 Experience

My Recent Suite 101 Experience

A lot of Suite 101 old timers are experiencing a bit of fluctuation in their Suite earnings and page views. The Suite powers are experimenting and making changes to the site. Of course when one thing changes it affects other things. I’ve shared before, that my Suite 101 earnings have dropped. It went from just […]

A Few Things I Learned about Writing for the Web

A Few Things I Learned about Writing for the Web

From time to time I get the opportunity to help out a few newbies by reviewing an article or two and offering advice. I preface this by saying that I’m no expert when it comes to writing on the web. It’s just that I’ve been around the block a time or two so I get […]

A Rather Humbling Experience

A Rather Humbling Experience

Words of warning…don’t take writing advice from me! The other day I came across the Newsroom 101 website.  It’s a site that will put your grammatical and writing skills to the test.  They have thousands of free exercises, tutorials and general helpful information for anyone looking to make a living as a writer, especially journalistic […]

Welcome to the Buffet

Welcome to the Buffet

On occasion I like to cook a lot. When I do cook a large quantity of food, I pull out the heating dishes, arrange the food buffet style and invite my guest to partake. In addition to the food I provide the necessary plates, spoons forks, dishes, napkins, cups and beverage. My guests are free […]