Tag Archives: Blogging

6 Design Principles In Photography

This is a guest post by Carol James. A long time ago, a human tried to portray the best moments of his/her life in some way. This effort has led to the emergence of such art as photography. Since the … Continue reading

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Learn Fun Facts’ Blog Party: Share Your Blog Here (July 2018)

This is another edition of LearnFun Facts’ Blog Party. If you want to promote your blog or post, this is a great place to do so. The blogging community here is friendly and supportive so don’t be shy to join … Continue reading

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Buggy WordPress

This post is just a way for me to test if my post would appear on the WordPress Reader. More than an hour earlier, I published a blog party post (where you can share your blog with us), but unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Pun Of The Weak: Best Things

“The best things in life are free, it’s the worst things that are expensive.” — Syman Hirsch

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Five Ways Time Off And Attendance Management Can Drive Business Growth

This is a guest post by Gemma Reeves Image: Unsplash, by Markus Spiske Accurate tracking of the time and attendance of employees is a very essential part of any small and large business – but is more especially important for … Continue reading

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Gleanings From The Past #57

Ingenious Postmen The following ludicrous direction to a letter was copied verbatim from the original and interesting document: too dad Tomas hat the ole oke otchut I O Bary pade Sur plees to let ole feather have this sefe. The … Continue reading

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A Stone-Cold Hoax

Melville Stone was a publisher of the Chicago Daily News during the 1870’s. In his memoir, he related the following anecdote of a hoax pulled by the Chicago Daily News against its competitor. The staff at the Daily News had … Continue reading

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