Blogging is very famous in India and for many bloggers, its a full-time income-generating job that they do from home or living as a digital nomad. If you check top bloggers in India on Google or any other search engine like Bing, you can see there are thousands of good bloggers who claim to live from blogging income.. You can read more about their blogging stories to get inspired, but in this post let us show you how you can also become a blogger and earn money online from your blogs.. One of the tops bloggers in the world Fernando Raymond has created many guides on how to start blogging and he is a firm believer that anyone can start a blog and earn from it.. He has created the best blogging platforms and SeekaHost is one of his companies that helps people get online with WordPress blogs.. There are few steps to starting a blog and it all starts with a domain name and then hosting.. In the below infographic by Fernando, its all explained to you and you can read his well-detailed guide on his ...
And that is when, you realise that if he or she is the one for you or not, if you can stay with a person like that for your whole life or not. Of course lah, by that time both of you wouldnt be hesitate to fart in front of each other already.. In conclusion, dont get married too fast. =P. ----------------------------------------. Well, the thing I didnt know that is the same theory is applied to blogging. After this month, Im officially blogging for one year already. Its sad to say this but, be frank, I have already lost my passion for blogging already.. I used to blog daily, but now, I skip blogging more and more, my entries are getting shorter and shorter, and boring stuffs in my blog are getting more and more.. I thought that its because Im busy these days. Then I think about it again, yes, Im really busy these days. I have done a lot of things, moved to a new place, and a lot of things are still coming for me. But wait, do I really busy until I cant spare a little time out for ...
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Every blogging shortcut you attempt leads to long term headaches. Shortcuts do not exist. Maybe ego convinces you a short, quick route to success can be found but every attempt leads to long headaches. For example, imagine believing publishing short, value-less comments on 1000 blogs daily boosts your online profits. Your ego deduces this sweet short cut gives you massive exposure which boosts your blogging profits quickly and easily. But shortcuts never exist. You just set yourself up to experience long headaches. Why? Bloggers label your hasty comments as spam. Going forward, every single comment you publish - even legit comments 2-3 paragraphs long - lands in spam, meaning barely anyone ever sees your comments again. Talk about a long, hard, painful headache to experience. Nobody sees your comments. How can you network? How can you make friends? Plus, even if bloggers see your spam comments in their backoffice, bloggers avoid you like the plague, being turned off by your spammy, relationship
Remember the good old days when people were writing about the death of blogging thanks to social media tools? When they wrote, rather prolifically, about how Google Plus, Tumblr, LinkedIns Pulse, Facebooks Notes, Medium and a whole bunch of other platforms were just going to kill our own ability to have a personal Web Journal of sorts where we would be able to host our own thoughts, have conversations, learn and overall build, over time, strong online communities about topics we were all passionate about and that we would keep on writing about for years to come? Well, 21 years later, blogging is still alive and kicking, thank you very much! And on October 10th, 2015, I just made it through my 10th year blogiversary for http://elsua.net. Who knew… The Death of Blogging? Hummm, I dont think so!. Thing is this is not the first time I write about this very same topic, and Im pretty sure it wont be the last one either. Its also not the first time I share across the many benefits as to why ...
PART ONE - personal blogging. My experience of blogging is long on the Internet timescale-just over two years. I am not young or frivolous, I have a demanding professional job, Im a parent and a commuter, so I am always horrendously busy. Yet for those two years I have managed to quarry an hour or so in the evening to read blogs and, most nights, to write a post myself. Why, when I could be doing something more useful?. The answer, in my case, is simple. I am, like many of us, too busy for anything else. I have neither the time nor the energy to socialise in the evenings, and in any case want to see my children occasionally. I would like to have stimulating discourse with friends or like-minded people, and to find out and discuss new ideas and concepts. Before blogging, these aims seemed impossible to achieve. I dont want to spend what little leisure time I have passively sitting in front of a TV screen (somebody else deciding what information I receive), or asleep over an open book, which ...
Have you heard of Blogging for Change? Its a fantastic concept created by four fellow bloggers to generate donations for the relief efforts in Japan. We love the concept of online communities banding together, especially to help those in need, which is why weve joined in to participate in their Donation Rally!. Weve given Blogging for Change a GoodBelly gift pack filled with 10 VIP coupons for free GoodBelly drinks plus a box of GoodBelly ToGo, to help raise donations. You can check out the other prizes up for grabs at http://www.rallyforjapan.org/. Everyone who visits gets one free entry, and from there you can bid with your donations to win prizes of your choosing. One hundred percent of the donations will go straight to the Red Cross to help Japan rebuild.. More than 12,000 individuals have died in Japan from the recent earthquake and tsunami, and thousands more remain injured, devastated, wounded, and without basic necessities. Blogging for Change is offering yet another way for us to all ...
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The Internets premier food blogging event, Is My Blog Burning? has inspired an ever-growing number of culinary blog events, including the worlds most popular virtual wine tasting Wine Blogging Wednesday. So, it was only a matter of time before the...
The Internets premier food blogging event, Is My Blog Burning? has inspired an ever-growing number of culinary blog events, including the worlds most popular virtual wine tasting Wine Blogging Wednesday. So, it was only a matter of time before the...
Microblogging services such as Twitter are extremely popular. While they are commonly used by people who wish to reveal their names and friends to the world, some users, such as activists on the ground, may wish to be able to post without automatically revealing their identities or locations. An obvious approach is to use a low-latency anonymity system, such as Tor. However, low-latency systems fall prey to end-to-end timing attacks easily accomplished by an ISP or a government monitoring clients while also watching for posts to appear in real time on the microblogging site.. We present Ibis, a high-latency mix network designed specifically for microblogging. Ibis is an overlay network: the mix nodes can be microblogging clients that come online only sporadicly, and the intermediate encrypted messages are themselves posted as microblogged entries. We accomplish this through a novel cryptographic mix message format that uses only 47 bytes of overhead, while maintaining three-hop, 128-bit security ...
Why do they get so much attention? How do they keep producing such awesome blog posts? Why cant I do the same?. These questions used to bug me.. But as it turns out, theres no genius to it. In fact, writing a great blog post is more formulaic than it is artistic.. Its not about being innovative, creative and making something unique.. Quite the opposite.. Writing a killer blog post is about understanding the different elements - that when combined add up to something special. Taking what others have already figured out, and packaging it up in a way that captures your own personal touch.. You are just as qualified as anyone else to do it - you just need to get your hands dirty.. Ill save you some time though…. Ive been obsessing about it - gathering the best blog content I can find, and figuring out what makes it all so good. Why these blogs get more traffic, shares and engagement than all of ours.. The end result is the 21 elements in this blog post. All nicely packaged up with examples ...
Anyway, Ive been reading several blogs for a few years now, and I thought it might be fun to join in this little world. The original title of this blog was My Boy Mom Blog, but, it just didnt seem to fit all that I was blogging about. So, its been renamed to blogging it, because, well, that pretty much covers everything, right? If Im thinking it, experiencing it, or believing it, then Im blogging it, too. Im hopeful that youll find something beneficial in reading whatever it is you read about; whether its a laugh, an idea, or a prayer. ...
Learners Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Blogging for L2 Writing in Fully Online Language Courses: 10.4018/IJCALLT.2017010102: The study explores how the application of blog assignments facilitated the L2 writing process and how blogging affects the way students view blog-based L2
Blogging is a very important part of owning and operating your own website. It allows you to publish fresh content on a regular basis to keep your visitors informed and up-to-date. Doodlekit provides you with advanced tools and features to help you run and maintain your blog to the best of your abilities with the least amount of effort. Some of the advanced blogging features and tools that Doodlekit provides for you are: Tags: Tags tie your blog post to words or word phrases that explains the general topic of your blog. Many of your blog post may have some of the same tags. This allows people to search through all your blog posts for general topics. For instance, you might create tags like: reviews, daily tip, hot deals, vacation, business, art, etc. You can add as many tags as you want to a blog post.. Overrides: You can override many of the default features of your blog for special posts. You can override who the author of the post is (in case you have a guest blogger) and customize what site ...
This is re-blog from Stem Cell Assays I wrote an article about blogging and some online tools that I use. Im sharing my experience and presenting a model of how scientific blogging can be used for professional networking online. Id
So you want to blog for a living. Heres how much you can make blogging from various bloggers and their income reports. Blogging can be highly lucrative.
Okay. Deep breath, Andy. And - exhale…. Blogs are more than diaries. Relegating blogs to the dustbin of horny teen voyeur-cams and geek-addled techie rants is a huge dis-service to the blog format. Just because you cant find good blogs to read doesnt mean there arent any. Blogs look like diaries.. No doubt. Entries. Archives. Chronological order. Penchant for personal revelations. But that just talks about the cosmetics. Look deeper. The big deal is in how blogs are updated.. Shift your thinking from blogs, the site, to blogging, the practice. The idea that you can login from any internet connection in the world and publish anything you write, think, read, photograph, record or feel is a massive step forward for online publishing. The barriers to publishing online have been lowered. You dont have to know HTML to write a blog. Sure, that means theres a lot of amateur writing out there and pointless publishing - but how is that different from any low-entry-barrier medium like photography, ...
Okay. Deep breath, Andy. And - exhale…. Blogs are more than diaries. Relegating blogs to the dustbin of horny teen voyeur-cams and geek-addled techie rants is a huge dis-service to the blog format. Just because you cant find good blogs to read doesnt mean there arent any. Blogs look like diaries.. No doubt. Entries. Archives. Chronological order. Penchant for personal revelations. But that just talks about the cosmetics. Look deeper. The big deal is in how blogs are updated.. Shift your thinking from blogs, the site, to blogging, the practice. The idea that you can login from any internet connection in the world and publish anything you write, think, read, photograph, record or feel is a massive step forward for online publishing. The barriers to publishing online have been lowered. You dont have to know HTML to write a blog. Sure, that means theres a lot of amateur writing out there and pointless publishing - but how is that different from any low-entry-barrier medium like photography, ...
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blogging.la is part of the Metblogs network, a massive local journalism and media project that began in 2003 right here in Los Angeles when the concept of a group blog about a city didnt really exist. All the content you see on this site was written specifically for blogging.la by a team of hand picked volunteer contributors. We dont aggregate content from other sites, and we make all of our content available via the creative commons. For more information please check out Metblogs.com ...
blogging.la is part of the Metblogs network, a massive local journalism and media project that began in 2003 right here in Los Angeles when the concept of a group blog about a city didnt really exist. All the content you see on this site was written specifically for blogging.la by a team of hand picked volunteer contributors. We dont aggregate content from other sites, and we make all of our content available via the creative commons. For more information please check out Metblogs.com ...
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Its been quite a journey! Whatever the politicians may say about not letting people fall out of the workplace, or that unemployment is bad for your health, for me, without that ten years of secure support I would never have managed to learn to live with my disability, let alone consider volunteering or working. The first few years I was in shock, then there were the years I had to learn to become an expert in Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, and all the associated skills needed to manage an unpredictable, rare condition. In 2007 I started blogging as a way of reaching out to other disabled people in similar situations. In the back of my mind was always the vague idea that blogging would be a good way of discovering whether I had any talent as a writer, that maybe it might lead somewhere, but it was a fun and interesting hobby which helped with being so isolated. Gradually I started to learn more about disability, about communication and became more interested in the emerging social media platforms. ...
Behind every successful search engine optimization strategy is a great link-building plan to bring in new inbound links to your websites best pages. This is also the step where many SEO strategies fall apart. Link building is hard work, and its very different than what many people have done before. However, inbound links are still the most important ranking factor to Google and other search engines, so it is critically important that you do great link building if you intend to rank for competitive keywords. Because one of the best link-building tactics available is guest blogging, lets examine a step-by-step plan for how to get started using guest blogging for link building.[read full article http://j.mp/qgGLse] | Wordpress | Web-building
Tips for making money by writing online, selling online, copywriting and blogging. Check out a freelancer and entrepreneurs strategies for productivity, including tips on software, apps and how to work from home. Updates on progress on making money from writing for websites, blogging and rev share platforms, including post-panda report.
Every six months or so, I turn to blogging itself as the topic for that weeks post. Perhaps, as someone wrote in a comment to a previous post on blogging several years ago:
The Science Blogging Conference will be held at the Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS, on August 30th, 2008. According to the organizers, the event has now reached its attendance capacity, but if youd like to be placed on the waiting list, send an email to network[at]nature.com, with the subject line Science blogging…. ...
Trying to navigate the complex world of dating, sex and relationships is a rough game. Oftentimes, boys and girls have questions they are too embarrassed to pose to their parents, clergymen or neighborhood prostitute. Luckily, there is Single Girl Blogging. The good folks at WordPress inform me daily which search engine terms people are typing…
Blogging from A to Z: April - 2016: H The Blogging from A to Z challenge is to post everyday during the month of April 2016, except Sunday. I will start with the letter A and hopefully make it all the way to Z. I hope you enjoy the read! Come sit a spell with me and…
Its about time a conference on business blogging came to a top-ranked creative class city like Austin, TX. On Wednesday, November 2nd, THE BLOGGING ENTERPRISE conference will invade the badlands of Central Texas. This conference has been designed to offer...
This study tested football players performance on the pitch against their performance on Twitter as explanations for Twitter popularity. Guided by network theory, social-identity theory, and basking in reflective glory and using data of all players of all teams in the Dutch premier league (Eredivisie), the multilevel models show that players with a Twitter account were more popular when they scored more goals, were non-Dutch, were on loan at another club, and were networkers actively following others on Twitter. The findings also show that context matters. Players under contract with a successful club receive an automatic bonus: Irrespective of their performance on the pitch or on Twitter, they automatically acquire more followers on Twitter. Players in general do not need to put a lot of effort into communicating on Twitter because sending tweets is unrelated to having more followers. Advertisers best options to reach larger and homogeneous audiences through football players are to choose ...
Update: 4:50,. For any of you who are blogging or thinking of it, I just tried out the free tool from Microsoft: Windows Live Writer. It works very well. I will try the next couple of articles that way.. There are many reasons in starting your own blog. Some of these include income generation, promotion of a cause, giving useful information and staying in touch with your loved ones. There may be different reasons to start blogging but, it is important to spend time in learning about malcolmread blogging. This is important to ensure that you achieve your purpose in creating your own website. It can also help you from making mistakes that can put your blog in a dangerous situation. This article will discuss means of getting information on how to do blogging as well as the advantages of promotions in the achievement of your success.. Learn from Successful Blogs. Studying successful blogs can help beginners in knowing the essential things to do when starting up. You may choose to study those ...
Blogging is stimulating. Someone blogs about something. That gives me a new idea, so I blog about that. That gives other bloggers a new idea, so they blog about that. And so on, ad infinitum. Its great ...
A given web designer might be a fluent web developer as well, or may merely be familiar with the general capabilities of the technologies and merely visualize the desired result for the development team Kindle Publishing Unleashed. Surface delineations should preferably be shown by proper shading Get Your Book Published online. Normally we would explain how to use an effect or a guide to do something, but simply put the Blender Tab is too large for that. So well just list some of the more important tools inside that it grants access to. Note: To save the original print quality image files in Internet Explorer, right click on the link and select Save Target As, saving the file to a local directory Blogging: The Ultimate Guide On How To Replace Your Job With A Blog (Blogging, Make Money Blogging, Make Money Online, Blogging For Profit, Blogging For Beginners Book 1). Click the Advanced button to display the Advanced settings. In the SWF Options dialog box shown below are choices for the frame ...
Bloggers in Portugal - listed in Blogging Fusion Blog Directory. Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic, is a country in southwest Europe. It is located on the Iberian Peninsula, and it is the westernmost country of mainland Europe, being bordered by the Atlantic.
Ann Althouse and I filled in for a cancelled speaker on todays Socio-Legal Brown Bag, organized by Mark Suchman. We started with a mini-reprise of the Bloggership Conference, but participants in the brown bag were interested in why legal scholars seem to be more active bloggers than sociologists (for example).. One theory proposed was that law scholarship is closer to blogging in the sense that it is not peer reviewed; thus, blogging is more comfortable for legal scholars. A similar point was made by another participant, who suggested that law has fewer disciplinary conventions than sociology, so blogging would seem like a more natural extension of the job of a law professor. Ann suggested that law blogging may fourish because law professors like Lessig, Volokh, and Reynolds paved the way.. Just curious: is it true that legal scholars are over-represented in the blogosphere? That sounds right, but there seem to be lots of economists with blogs. And maybe people in other fields, too.. Anyway, my ...
July is quickly approaching, and that means three lucky ladies will be assuming the responsibilities of being an International Queen soon! Submitting posts for the International Pageants Blog is a big part of being a titleholder, and I want ALL of you to be prepared for that responsibility. Having previous blogging experience is extremely valuable, so lets set up a blog for each of you ...
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And every blogger (or excuse me, ARTIST) approaches their craft in a different way. Some work in the wee hours of the morning, others in the way more fun hours of the night. Some do it as a hobby, some do it professionally, and others do it to complain about their estranged family members or to share erotic Harry Potter fan fiction or whatever. Blogging is a diverse game, yall ...
Let me tell you a few stories about how I have nearly stopped blogging. Some of these stories you may know; others I have not talked about before. The events behind these stories have all hinged on Englands illiberal and antiquated approach to defamation laws. Those laws must change and here is why.. Writing a blog, surprisingly, is not without its serious risks. Hobbies like skiing, diving or playing rubgy can leave you badly injured or even killed. Blogging a weekly article on a subject of your interest can also leave you with a ruined life.. In the case of blogging, that risk comes from English libel laws that expose writers to the real danger that they may be financially ruined.. When you chose to write about a subject that inevitably questions, even tangentially, the beliefs, motives and business practices of others, then you lay yourself open to some very serious consequences - and there is only so much you can do to protect yourself.. I write about superstitious medical beliefs. I do not ...
Black-cheeked lovebirds are considered the most endangered of all the African parrot species. Avian experts advocate for captive black-cheeked lovebirds to be placed into well-managed breeding programs to ensure species survival because this species is so endangered in the wild.
Upon graduation, I entered the real world, working in jobs in the public relations and marketing industry before realizing my affinity for writing and accepting a job as a content team manager for a large website. After working as a writer, editor and manager for two-and-a-half years, I eventually left my job to pursue a career in freelance writing and full-time blogging. Writing blog posts for Peanut Butter Fingers every day unearthed a passion in me. What was once simply a hobby grew into a love affair with blogging and eventually a career.. My blog has changed a lot through the years, as Ive blogged about a number of moves, career changes, our engagement, wedding and three pregnancies, births and babies!. ...
Its good to see a new post from you!.. So sorry about the shoulder. .Boy that must have been painful. Your grandbaby is beautiful! As for blogging, in all honesty, Ive had my blog for many years but never really kept up with it. I tried doing YouTube for a long time but the truth is on YouTube, the element there is, strange. There seem to be many people on there who like to bully others and you deal with a lot of hate comments etc. YouTube over the last few years like many other things has turned very negative. As for Instagram, I like it but I dont post much there. I like to write. I like to read. I also find that the atmosphere and the people who read, comment and write blogs seems so much more kinder. I love the blogging atmosphere and I am going to try and blog more on my own. Ive tried other social media and I always come back to my blog. I hope youll keep writing!. ReplyDelete ...
March 5th, 2020 at 9:24 PM life has been very difficult for me for quite some time now mentally. Ive been totally insecure on how I look and who I am which has brought me to chronic depression. During my days in my head I say I hate myself and feel like anything I have to say has no worth. I know those are negative thoughts and tell myself otherwise but simply dont believe it and move on with my overwhelming school schedule.Ive lacked motivation to succeed in school and been stopped caring what my grades look like that used to matter to me. Ive began to lack motivation to pursue the things I want in life with short and long term goals and the person I want to become. Im 17 with no source of income other than my parents and no longer put time towards how I should but desperately put it to temporary highs and pleasures. Ive realized I have been apathetic for the past couple of years with my depression but seem to act like any of that isnt a part of me in society and my self image from fear ...
It is generally the case that couples with thriving, strong relationships have well-developed emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence describes a persons ability to be aware of, control, and express emotions in a healthy manner. In other words, it is the capacity to handle relationships appropriately and empathetically. In a partnership, emotional intelligence translates into the ability to be in touch with your own emotions as well as those of your partner.. A persons capacity for empathy and ability to talk about emotions in a healthy and loving way are both components of emotional intelligence. In a partnership or marriage, emotional intelligence may be seen in many areas. It is sustained over the course of a lifetime and is vital for making love last.. The following are eight key areas where emotionally intelligent couples practice loving well.. 1. Friendship. At the core of a good relationship is friendship. Emotionally intelligent couples stand the test of time because they are ...
We bloggers have additional reason to hate Word. Blog posts or (God forbid) key snippets of HTML or Javascript used to enhance blog posts and templates, if composed or filtered through Microsoft Word, will acquire all sorts of deviant code. It looks vaguely like [o:p] - I dare not render it precisely, even by way of demonstration, because of this five-character strings potential to wreak technological havoc. If youre lucky, the Word-contaminated post wont render in your blogging platforms preview function, and you know better than to mash the publish button. If youre unlucky, it looks good enough on your screen, and your decision to publish then destroys a bunch of RSS feeds and XML scripts that power other peoples blogs and websites ...
So this past Friday (February 19th) was my blogs 11 year anniversary. I published my first post here back in February 19th 2005, a really odd post which I find hilarious now since my blog has become what it is today. If I had known my blog would end up here I would have probably posted something a bit less… crude. But, what I just realized a few moments ago is that this February also marks the 13th anniversary of my first post on my first blog ever. Back in 2003 me and a few friends launch a blog called Qhate and my first post there was published on February 6th, 2003. At that time we were the first blog based in Kuwait and unlike my early posts on 248AM, I actually enjoy reading my old stuff on Qhate. For those of you who dont know, Qhate started off as a war blog in which we were posting about life in Kuwait during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. So reading through my old posts there just takes me back in time during the volatile period. If youve never gone through some of the posts there you ...
Ethical Issues Arising from Social Media Use in Libraries: 10.4018/978-1-4666-7415-8.ch018: This chapter examines ethical issues arising from social media use in libraries. The chapter discusses the background to ethical issues in the use of social
Welcome to my site, and the story it tells.. I am sorry it is a little messy just now. It was originally a simple WordPress driven blogging site for me, Jasper Lawrence to write on the subject of helminthic therapy and related topics.. Because it is not my primary site for conducting the business of helminthic therapy I have started using it as a test bed for various ideas and technologies I hope to use to improve the conduct of my business.. So I am using it now to construct a Woocommerce site to develop ideas and methods for selling helminthic therapy and related products and services using Bitcoins as a payment method, and to develop my experience and knowledge around the use of the open source payment gateway for processing Bitcoin payments BTCPay Server.. You can still find my blog posts on the page called Blog Posts.. For now you cannot use this site to purchase any of my services, for that you need to go here.. Thanks for visiting my site and all the best.. ...
Garry Trudeau, who does the Doonesbury cartoon, takes a cheap shot at bloggers. It is fairly obvious that the journalist establishment is becoming threatened by the fear of competition which challenges them on the one issue they cant deal with, the truth. Trudeau is married to Jane Pauley, an expert at the trivial nonsense that now passes for journalism. Her most recent show was so bad that nobody watched it and it was cancelled. People now have options, and are no longer prepared to put up with watching distracting irrelevancies which are used to hide the truth. Trudeau, whose cartoon used to be important, has taken on the nice-but-stupid persona of his wife, and Doonesbury is now a sad shadow of what it was twenty years ago. It is curious that Trudeau insinuates that bloggers are somehow mentally ill, when Pauley herself boasts of being completely insane. You have to wonder if Trudeau was nagged into this cartoon and is taking his subtle revenge ...
Garry Trudeau, who does the Doonesbury cartoon, takes a cheap shot at bloggers. It is fairly obvious that the journalist establishment is becoming threatened by the fear of competition which challenges them on the one issue they cant deal with, the truth. Trudeau is married to Jane Pauley, an expert at the trivial nonsense that now passes for journalism. Her most recent show was so bad that nobody watched it and it was cancelled. People now have options, and are no longer prepared to put up with watching distracting irrelevancies which are used to hide the truth. Trudeau, whose cartoon used to be important, has taken on the nice-but-stupid persona of his wife, and Doonesbury is now a sad shadow of what it was twenty years ago. It is curious that Trudeau insinuates that bloggers are somehow mentally ill, when Pauley herself boasts of being completely insane. You have to wonder if Trudeau was nagged into this cartoon and is taking his subtle revenge ...
So Ive been in this pit, worrying and trying to figure out if I should continue to blog about our journey through cancer and chemo or if enough is enough already, until last night when Daves Nana called to check on him. He had his fifth round of chemo on Monday (most of you didnt know because I didnt tell). We talked for a few minutes and she gave me the perspective I needed to resolve my wallowing two-fold. First, she told me, I asked the kids [the ones who live near her] if you had posted anything on the Internet or whatever you do, but they said you hadnt. Nana is 90, if youll remember - it was her birthday party we missed the day after Dave had surgery. Even she is looking to the Internet for information, though she doesnt have a computer of her own. Then, when I reluctantly told her that Dave wasnt home because he was playing golf (yes, two days after chemo), she responded with laughter and, Thats wonderful! That made my day that even though he feels bad hes playing golf ...
Its hard sometimes to know how much to share on this blog. Its a fine line between writing about issues that are relevant to people who are grieving and giving away too much about my private life and that of my family. But I wrote a book. In it, I felt it necessary to be as completely honest about difficult things, things we dont like to talk about, in order for that book to be authentic, to help others going through what I went through. I know from emails that I have received from grieving people that my honesty has been the most important aspect of my book. My honesty is what has helped others through their own difficult times ...
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We have all seen the claims on blogs, in articles and on places like You Tube that running shoes weaken muscles and that is why we should not be using the big bulky motion controlling running shoes. The claims are made quite regularly and with a certain amount of assertiveness that you would have to believe that those making the claims actually have some evidence to back up the claims, but they dont.... Read more ». ...
Something funny has happened both times Ive moved abroad: I become way more active online, especially with social media. Partly it has to do with the fact that Im visiting a lot of really cool places that I want to share. But even more than that, its for myself… it is the easiest way to feel like Im still connected to everyone at home. I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook which is 90% hate and 10% appreciation for Facebook Messenger because that is how I often communicate overseas. Social media makes me feel like Im still keeping in touch with people, even when I barely am. It makes me feel involved, even when Im a billion miles away.. Blogging does too, but it takes more time and thoughtfulness, and recently, Ive been taking that time and doing other things with it. Ive been going on more micro-adventures and meeting new people……..and watching a lot of Game of Thrones……. (I started it two weeks ago and Im on season 5, so.) Not blogging felt good for a few weeks. And ...
My apologies that Ive been very quiet here on Georneys recently. My travel and work schedule were extremely hectic during the past month… plus I was working on a couple of scientific papers related to my PhD thesis research. However, life is a bit calmer now, so hopefully Ill catch up on some blogging soon! I want to share some more pictures from my trip to Australia, amongst other things.. Ill start with a few pictures from my recent trip to Namibia. Recently, I had the good fortune to spend a couple of weeks in the Sperrgebiet in Namibia doing some fieldwork on behalf of De Beers. I do not blog about my industry work here on Georneys (unless the work is published and thus in the open domain), so I cant share the details of my trip. However, I can share a few pictures of some of the tourist attractions that I saw during my field work.. Sperrgebiet means Prohibited Area in German (the Germans colonized Namibia, so some German words and town names are still found in the country). The ...
Author of The Psychology of Trading (Wiley, 2003), Enhancing Trader Performance (Wiley, 2006), The Daily Trading Coach (Wiley, 2009), and Trading Psychology 2.0 (Wiley, 2015) with an interest in using historical patterns in markets to find a trading edge. As a performance coach for portfolio managers and traders at financial organizations, I am also interested in performance enhancement among traders, drawing upon research from expert performers in various fields. I took a leave from blogging starting May, 2010 due to my role at a global macro hedge fund. Blogging resumed in February, 2014, along with regular posting to Twitter and StockTwits (@steenbab). I teach brief therapy as Clinical Associate Professor at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse, with a particular emphasis of solution-focused therapies for the mentally well. Co-editor of The Art and Science of Brief Psychotherapies (American Psychiatric Press, 2012). I dont offer coaching for individual traders, but welcome questions and comments at ...
Obviously, I have not been able to keep up with blogging as much lately. Things in my life have gotten more and more busy since 2008 and 2011 looks to increase that trend. In addition, my comfort level with being Gluten Free has also grown to the point where the thirst for knowledge has leveled off. Ive pondered this many times since starting Gluten Free Raleigh in 2008 and have finally decided to open this blog up to other authors. Being Gluten Free is being part of a community - a community that is always there for the newest members. This blog has been a vehicle for that community to educate and spread awareness for Celiac Disease and Gluten Free living. Rather than shut this blog down because I cannot pay it the attention is deserves, Ive decided to take this step. I will still contribute from time to time, but adding additional bloggers will allow for this blog to continue to serve its original intended purpose. There is still much going on in this market and with Gluten Free living in ...
Obviously, I have not been able to keep up with blogging as much lately. Things in my life have gotten more and more busy since 2008 and 2011 looks to increase that trend. In addition, my comfort level with being Gluten Free has also grown to the point where the thirst for knowledge has leveled off. Ive pondered this many times since starting Gluten Free Raleigh in 2008 and have finally decided to open this blog up to other authors. Being Gluten Free is being part of a community - a community that is always there for the newest members. This blog has been a vehicle for that community to educate and spread awareness for Celiac Disease and Gluten Free living. Rather than shut this blog down because I cannot pay it the attention is deserves, Ive decided to take this step. I will still contribute from time to time, but adding additional bloggers will allow for this blog to continue to serve its original intended purpose. There is still much going on in this market and with Gluten Free living in ...
The Climate Change Risk Perception Model (CCRPM, Van der Linden, 2015) has been used to characterize public risk perceptions; however, little is known about the models explanatory power in other (online) contexts. In this study, we extend the model and investigate the risk perceptions of a unique audience: The polarized climate change blogosphere. In total, our model explained 84% of the variance in risk perceptions by integrating socio-demographic characteristics, cognitive factors, experiential processes, socio-cultural influences, and an additional dimension: Trust in scientists and blogs. Although trust and the scientific consensus are useful additions to the model, affect remains the most important predictor of climate change risk perceptions. Surprisingly, the relative importance of social norms and value orientations is minimal. Implications for risk and science communication are discussed.. ...
Azrael Coladilla is the blogger and founder of Azraels Merryland Blog. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a lifeblog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet and social media. Awarded as the 2009 Most Influential Blogger for Luzon, Philippines, awarded by the Philippine Blog Awards. He is the founder of several online communities - Manila Bloggers Network, Philippine Bloggers Network, Oh My Food! community, Cavite Bloggers, Travel and Blog Community, and Philippine ToyCon. Azraels Merryland Blog is included in a list of top 50 Blogs in the Philippines , ranked 65th in Top 100 Blogs that Matter , 49 must read lifestyle blog in the Philippines. and rank 40th in 100 Top Philippine Blogs by Feedspot ...
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In all the cities and towns internet speed is very good, wi-fi is offered in a lot of places and life goes on at a rather hurried pace. Here things are slightly different. Our internet currently runs at less than dial-up speed and thats on a good day. Were limited on options as to how we connect to the internet and have to use a dongle which to be frank is absolutely pants! We curently use a M-tel homebox which is supposed to supply our internet and home phone service via wireless and works very much like a mobile phone. Of course that is when it wants to work - the internet is usually ok (apart from being slow) but does get affected by the weather, the phone part rarely works and people get tired of trying to ring us and to be honest I understand why. We also have pre-paid mobile phones with the same company and they work great if you want to stand in the middle of the field with one leg in the air, shouting like a lunatic because the person calling cant hear you and freezing your backside ...
My life partner Nisha Rijal is supporting me for the maintenance and moderation of this website. She is working as a Microbiologist in National Public Health Laboratory , National reference laboratory of government of Nepal.. I have completed my Masters (M.Sc) in Medical Microbiology with distinction from Tribhuvan University Nepal, which is the largest and oldest University of Nepal.. During off hours at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, I taught/guide students of Masters in Medical Microbiology at National College.. Blogging is my passion, I started blogging in 2008. I have co-founded Nepals first comprehensive educational portal: edusanjal.com, which is now Nepals No. 1 Educational website and helps millions of Nepalese students about college/course guidance and provides them regular updates about scholarships, educational events, education news etc for which in 2011 we got World Summit Youth Award for the Category Education for All. I am planning for my PhD study. My research interest ...
My life partner Nisha Rijal is supporting me for the maintenance and moderation of this website. She is working as a Microbiologist in National Public Health Laboratory , National reference laboratory of government of Nepal.. I have completed my Masters (M.Sc) in Medical Microbiology with distinction from Tribhuvan University Nepal, which is the largest and oldest University of Nepal.. During off hours at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, I taught/guide students of Masters in Medical Microbiology at National College.. Blogging is my passion, I started blogging in 2008. I have co-founded Nepals first comprehensive educational portal: edusanjal.com, which is now Nepals No. 1 Educational website and helps millions of Nepalese students about college/course guidance and provides them regular updates about scholarships, educational events, education news etc for which in 2011 we got World Summit Youth Award for the Category Education for All. I am planning for my PhD study. My research interest ...
The recent controversy regarding GMOs is just one of the reasons for the increasingly popularity of organic gardening. Vegan gardening is a form of organic gardening, but it differs from organic gardening in a number of ways and for a number of reasons...
By itself that did not bother me. I like looking at pretty girls and nude pretty girls even more. But that was not the only reason I subscribed to Playboy. Unfortunately, almost every other feature that I did like in the magazine was also discontinued. I was an avid reader of the Jokes Page…no more jokes in the magazine. I also enjoyed the clever and well-drawn cartoons, many offering drawings of beautiful women that could not possibly exist outside of fantasy. Bye-bye cartoons. Another source of tongue-in-cheek humor were the Men and Women articles every month. Now those, too, are a thing of the past ...
I did not receive an absentee ballot for the recent revote of the school vote. Apparently none were sent? Or did you receive one and mine was omitted? I prefer to vote at home. I signed the paper for absentee ballots. The Secretary of state said it is up to me to enforce the election rules. It is up to me to ask the town clerk to explain, go to court if need be. No, my body cannot take any more of that. My vote was not counted. If you like that policy, carry on. Just dont presume to know all the reasons I do not want to vote out in public. I thought that is what absentee ballots were all about.. update 5.19.15 follow up post to front porch forum. Several issues back I inquired if others in Monkton did not receive absentee ballots for the town school budget re-vote. I got no response. I do not interpret that as apathy or a conspiracy against me, although I am sorely tempted to take the easy way out. It is stuck in my craw, the assistant town clerk (why did we need an assistant?) said we talked ...
There are economic studies that show that attractive people earn more money and, conversely, unattractive earn less money. Im pretty sure that Ive heard something along those lines before, but I had no idea they were called the beauty premium and the ugliness penalty. How wonderful and sad at the same time. But while these seem like pretty commonplace ideas, there is no real evidence as to why they exist. A new paper published in the Journal of Business and Psychology tested three of the leading explanations of the existence or the beauty premium and ugliness penalty: discrimination, self-election, and individual differences. To do this, the researchers used data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health. This is a nationally representative sample that includes measurements of physical attractiveness (5-point scale) at four time points to the age of 29. People were placed into 5 categories based on physical attractiveness, from very attractive to very unattractive. They ...
If you are a true student you may wish to broaden your perspective some what. Consider the possibility that Dawson, Mottron and Gernsbacher might not have all the answers when it comes to autism. Try reading with an open mind the hundreds of studies all showing some improvement in abilities for autistic children in receipt of ABA. Try understanding what the evidence based standard of evaluation of such interventions means. And if you are truly open minded imagine for a moment that parents who live with, love and care for, their autistic children 24/7 might have more understanding of their own children than Ms Dawson, a total stranger, with markedly high communication abilities. Just try it as an exercise in intellectual growth. Or try it for the heck of it ...
Recent research published in Occupational & Environmental Medicine carried out by Swedish scientists has again highlighted the exposure of hairdressers to potentially hazardous chemicals, this time of carcinogenic and sensitising toluidines in hair dyes and hair-waving (perming) products. This is just the latest in a long line of news stories about chemicals in personal care…
Our colleagues in the medical industry operate differently. In many cases the physician that diagnoses the problem doesnt actually treat the problem. If I fall off a ladder and break my arm its likely that an ER doc is going to assign a differential diagnosis to the problem and order a radiograph thats read by a radiologist, who diagnoses the fracture. At that point, its likely that I would be referred to an orthopedic surgeon to treat the broken arm.. What you dont see very often in this multidisciplinary track of care is the patient being concerned that there is overtreatment going on. For one thing, its often very problem based. I wouldnt have shown up in the ER if my arm wasnt bent in a funny direction. For another thing, there are several clinicians that are coming to an agreement about the care youre going to receive. Thats a big difference from what typically happens in dentistry. Not that we dont refer to specialists, but its pretty rare that a patients diagnosis and ...
Since a wind turbine generates electricity from the energy in the wind, the wind leaving the turbine must have a lower energy content than the wind arriving in front of the turbine.. This follows directly from the fact that energy can neither be created nor consumed. If this sounds confusing, take a look at the definition of energy in the Reference Manual. A wind turbine will always cast a wind shade in the downwind direction. In fact, there will be a wake behind the turbine, i.e. a long trail of wind which is quite turbulent and slowed down, when compared to the wind arriving in front of the turbine. (The expression wake is obviously derived from the wake behind a ship). You can actually see the wake trailing behind a wind turbine, if you add smoke to the air passing through the turbine, as was done in the picture. (This particular turbine was designed to rotate in a counterclockwise direction which is somewhat unusual for modern wind turbines). Wind turbines in parks are usually spaced at ...
Anyone considering taking fish oil should first talk to their doctor who can recommend a therapeutic dose. Read the label to determine how much omega-3 is in each capsule as well as the recommended dosage. Doctor recommended brands are best, but in absence of a doctor recommendation, a reputable brand by an established, trusted, trustworthy company is best.. Fish oil is excellent for all round health and chiropractic patients taking the supplement can enjoy better health and better results from their chiropractic care.. This article is copyrighted by Blogging Chiros LLC for its Doctor of Chiropractic members and may not be copied or duplicated in any manner including printed or electronic media, regardless of whether for a fee or gratis without the prior written permission of Blogging Chiros, LLC. ...
Circumcision is a dangerous distraction in the fight against AIDS. There are six African countries where men are *more* likely to be HIV+ if theyve been circumcised: Cameroon, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Rwanda, and Swaziland. Eg in Malawi, the HIV rate is 13.2% among circumcised men, but only 9.5% among intact men. In Rwanda, the HIV rate is 3.5% among circumcised men, but only 2.1% among intact men. If circumcision really worked against AIDS, this just wouldnt happen. We now have people calling circumcision a vaccine or invisible condom, and viewing circumcision as an alternative to condoms. The South African National Communication Survey on HIV/AIDS, 2009 found that 15% of adults across age groups believe that circumcised men do not need to use condoms ...
The program for the evening was presented by one Cindy Friedman, as lovely an individual as youd ever want to meet. Shes a fiber artist who does things like the piece to the left. There were two parts to her talk: The latter part was about her silk organza work and the process she uses to obtain these gorgeous results. It was fascinating. Equally interesting, however, was the first part of her presentation, which had to do with her efforts to introduce quilting to the people of Botswana. She taught us quite a bit about the health issues in that country: Her husband is an infectious disease physician who makes frequent trips to help reduce the rate of HIV and AIDS and other communicable diseases among the poor people who live there. Cindy has accompanied him on some of these trips and because she is the sort of person who would not want grass growing under her feet, she spends her time there working with local artists, helping them by bringing their art back to the United States to sell and ...
This has got me thinking about the value of being an expert versus being good in a lot of little things. I find it very difficult to focus on one or two things. I know this may not surprise anyone given my previous cheese tangent, but sometimes I feel like I have a little ADD, switching from one thing to the next. I think I see more value in getting somewhat proficient in a new skill than trying to squeeze the last ounce of perfection in a current skill such as blogging.. Ive often wondered about how this translates to my blogging in general. Regular readers know that I usually dont take time to find an image and put it into article. In fact, and I hate to admit it, but I dont proofread many of articles. While its easy to just say its Lazy being lazy, its really because Ive got a lot of other things going on. These other things often contribute to the very thing that I think get people to read my articles. For example, looking for investment properties is not quick or easy. However, ...
We all know how important it is to exercise. How it strengthens our bones, tones our muscles, and gets our blood pumping. Exercise even surpasses the physical realm and goes to the emotional one, boosting our moods and helping reduce stress. When someone is physically and emotionally healthy,...