If you have been in the blogging game for a while or frequently post to your website, you may have developed a routine about how to get content from your fingertips to your readers. For us, we write on average 70 posts a month for various websites which has allowed for a very specific set of steps to advertise to users. But not every step may be necessary or may even be wasting your time. At the same time, you may be missing some very crucial steps in the process.
Archives for July 2012
“Keep Calm and Carry On” is nothing short of iconic.
The animation video, below, is based on this World War II piece of history in a fun, humorous and well done video:
For all my childhood geeks out there, remember those hours, weekends, and summers spent building the greatest LEGO city or future battlefield that would take up your basement floor? Many of you have probably grown up, but still have those LEGOs somewhere (your own children playing with them now?) You probably have built the greatest baseball field stadium, scene from Star Wars, or architectural wonder that everyone in the world should learn how to build, right?
Now you can with LEGO CUUSOO.
Bullying is an epidemic in the American school system and unfortunately has impacted millions of teenagers. With the incorporation of the Internet, social media, and online gaming, bullying has severely taken to a whole new form: cyberbullying.
Now, venomous words are being spewed from and to teenagers about everything from their sexual orientation (whether true or not) to just hateful words. Of course, this is not a scenario just limited to teens, but we have seen many instances with professional athletes receiving real death threats and hate messages after losing big games.
More and more churches today are switching to WordPress for their website hosting needs. It may originally have been designed with bloggers in mind, but the vast pool of plug-ins and templates now available makes it an attractive choice for full organization websites. Recently, it just got better.
For the past two years I don’t think anyone can argue that Microsoft’s been pushing the envelope with the .NET Framework, particularly in the areas of web development. Most recently, they’ve been touting the new ASP.NET Web API as part of MVC4. The Web API is yet another framework working through Model-View-Controller (MVC) applications for interchange of HTTP services across multiple browser and mobile clients. In the last few years Microsoft has been chipping away at the development community at large to get developers to embrace MVC and now the ASP.NET Web API. [Read more…] about ASP.NET Web API: Freedom or Fad?