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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Today's Good Reads


Normally, I would read these posts and try to bring something of interest back to this Blog. I couldn't find a way to express these ideas any better than the original authors, so thought I would just share the links with you.

The Red Tape Chronicles-Bob Sullivan... His take on the real threat to the internet: the ease of lying and the ramifications.

How Domain Name Servers Work-Marshall Brain... Explains the Real way the internet actually works, long but answers a lot of questions.

Blood Boiling Blogging Practices-Darren Rowse... Darren has a rant about some recent experiences with spammers.

Photo Content Checklist-ME "Liz" Strauss... Part of a series on "Eye-deas" This is about how to use photos to enhance your posts.

Internet Explorer 7 Preview Review-David Canfield... If you want to find out about IE7 in easy to understand terms, check here first.

Optimizing Your Title Tags-Aaron Brazell (Technosailor)... Guest writing on ProBlogger, Aaron explains how to best use Title Tags on 3 different platforms.

These are just a few of the sites I visit daily to try to bring you the best ideas to enhance your Work at Home experience.

Please, let me know if you thought these were helpful...
Joe

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