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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Construction Process of a House | eHow.com

Construction Process of a House | eHow.com

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This is one I'm really pleased with - David helped me write the article, with his ease on the topic and great skills at explaining succinctly. I used Building Solutions as a reference, was published on eHow, and have a great backlink to the Building Solutions Web site.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Working wordpress



I'm working on a blog for my sister to promote her artwork, and learning a new application. The blogs that I've done are on Blogspot. For Sherrie, I'm working on Wordpress. It's not very image friendly, perhaps the emphasis on "word" should have tipped me off ... I want to embed some slideshow applications from Photobucket, and am not having much luck.

I've got more to do, but this is a start. The home page has an elegant look that I'm liking so far. Nice URL too, Sherrie Rose, painter.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Clickable Twitter background




It's been a minute or two since I had a "my cool thing of the day" ... and this is it today: an application to make a Twitter background clickable.

Madison herself now links to her blog from her Twitter page.

Highly useful for embedding urls and email addresses.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Writing away

I have been diligently gaining chops writing for Demand Studios. Here's the thing, it's not a lot of money, but it's real money. The deposits go into my paypal account right on time. The first week, I earned $5, the second, $80. This week I should break $200. My stories are submitted, edited and published.

And now I am on the Web! Is this cool or what? Check out all my little articles, by "Anne Rose eHow Contributing Writer":

Causes of Dog Heartworm
Treatments for Cut on Dog's Paw
Do Anti-bark Collars Work?
Grapefruit Seed Extract for Dogs
Gallbladder Stones in Dogs

and the FIRST article I wrote (one day to be famous):

What Do Flea Eggs Look Like?


That one will go down in family history, as it was the sad end of a serious conversation and empassioned argument on our state of financial distress.

There are more to come. I am getting more proficient, writing more efficiently and being productive. It's not the great American novel, but it's work.

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