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Should Scholars be Allowed to Blog?


Blogging deemed beneath the hallowed halls of academia ‘The International Studies Association, a scholarly association with 6,200 members, announced on Monday that editors of its journals should be banned from blogging, according to the Guardian. The group said that the … Continue reading

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Plato on-line’s New Theme


I’m sorry if the new theme is not convenient for you but I have decided to make sure Plato on-line is mobile-friendly. It’s more reliable for most readers anyway. Please bear with me. The next article convinced me to make … Continue reading

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My Worst Blunder at WordPress Editing


If you are writing a new WP post, don’t use your browser return tab then click on ‘add new post’. I did that and previous posts were replaced by the new posts — the previous posts were deleted! And the … Continue reading

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Tumblr Now Viral on Search Engines


Searching for ‘Blog’ Now Means Searching for ‘Tumblr’ ‘Fernando Alfonso III at the Daily Dot points out that “blog” searches have been on the decline since May 2009, just before Charles Arthur heralded blogging’s death in The Guardian. And Tumblr … Continue reading

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Another Legal Victory for Bloggers


Judge rules bloggers can qualify for shield law protections Illinois judge dismisses case challenging bloggers’ right to protect anonymous tipsters The Illinois-based firm JohnsByrne sued TechnoBuffalo when it refused to reveal the identity of the anonymous tipster who gave TechnoBuffalo … Continue reading

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Unique Bloggers vs Righteous Publishers


I also reblog articles (but always with attribution) without asking for permission but made it clear that I will meekly return or delete the copied article if any author would ever ask me to. Just yesterday, I saw one of … Continue reading

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A Blog as your Diary


If you are a dedicated diarist, it’s very advisable that you blog it. Why? Your diary would be more secure. A hardcopy diary is more exposed e.g., to fire, snoopers, hence unsafer. So making a copy of your entries in … Continue reading

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