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Every year around the 4th of July I get the question how do you shot images from the great national holiday that look rich and capture part of the experience? It looks so hard it must be next to impossible to do right?
Well with a little bit of knowledge and some basic equipment, and essentials, you can capture these moments using your digital camera allowing you to keep these moments for posterity. So even if you’ve never tried photographing fireworks displays, it’s relatively easy to do using the information presented below.
I have been blogging for a very long time at the Questions and Answers blog www.qandablog.com that is hosted via typepad.com. But I have known for a very long time that,
1. I wanted to be working in WordPress, the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, so that I can easily help my clients with their web pages and blogs etc
2. From a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) perspective, it is much better to be blogging at your main domain, in this case www.waynemoran.com so that you are driving traffic to your domain and not the generic typepad.com domain.
This is just a little update on the Havard Divinity School Story for earlier today. The is the Blog of Christin Yantis Hargrove, one of the guts originators of the conservative movement at the School. Go check it out.
The Minnesota Organization of Bloggers (MOB) has a new aggregator thanks to the hard work of Douglas Bass from Crossword Bebop. You can find the aggregator at http://mnorgblogs.blogspot.com/
I have reached to point where I think it would make sense to start displaying advertisements on my blog. I want to use http://www.blogads.com as my advertisement service provider but they now require a new person to have a sponsor. … Continue reading
Inspired by Tristan Louis’s research into the value of each link to Weblogs Inc, I’ve created this little applet using Technorati’s API which computes and displays your blog’s worth using the same link to dollar ratio as the AOL-Weblogs Inc … Continue reading
Here is a link to Stacy Harp’s (Mind & Media) speach at GodBlogCon Link: Blog For Books ? GodBlogCon Speech: How to Make Money. Take a listen and then email her your thoughts.
Link: Big Media, Little Blogosphere. Jason McCabe Calacanis had an enviable problem. Advertisers eager to reach niche audiences were banging on his door. But the CEO of Weblogs Inc., a collection of 90 blogs, didn’t have enough front-page space to … Continue reading
The best minute by minute coverage of the John Roberts confirmation hearings can be found here… The Corner on National Review Online.