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Blogging 101, Day Four: Define Your Audience (and Embed Something of Interest)

The Audience The purpose of the Day Four assignment is to learn how to embellish your blog with outside resources that are attractive to your ideal audience.  My ideal audience is other people who are trying to learn to write, … Continue reading

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Affect and Effect | The Daily Post at WordPress.com

For all the writers and students out there, the use of the word “affect” when the meaning is “effect” is a personal peeve. When I’m reading, I often have to stop to figure out if the right word has been … Continue reading

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Teacher Talk | a place for education discussions

Dear Reader, If you follow my blog, you know that it deals only in part with education issues. For example, presently I’m in the middle of exploring how to publish to the Kindle. Since this blog addresses non-education issues, if … Continue reading

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Cheaper iPad 2 and Kindle Fire sales

If you are following my diary of learning to publish for Kindle, then you know that there are other places to epublish besides at Amazon.com. If you have also been following the tech news, you are aware that Kindle Fire … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Why “Hello world!” ??  I don’t know.  Maybe it’s the title chosen by the app for my first Worldpress post.  I started this blog a year and a half ago, and never returned to it.  Haven’t don’t as much blogging … Continue reading

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