Check your facts, check again (and you are still wrong)

Here is a massive failure story of mine and a how-not-to-do-it.

Browsing through my feeds I noticed a blog post I thought I had seen somewhere else. I looked into it. I had. I looked into it some more. I went into the ‘offending’ blog. More blog posts I had seen before. Granted, I have . . . →

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Monday Aphorism

If you want to advertise on a blog and you need to see their statistics only, you should not be advertising on blogs.

Back and with no remote (or remorse) posts

It’s been a while but I have no intention of apologising. I was on holiday – of which we tend to take it kinda long over here in Europe – and had a lovely time in Greece and Bulgaria.

We had a really good time – it was actually snowing in Greece – and we . . . →

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What I learned from blogging

For a bit more than 4 years I have been blogging, albeit, in Greek. This English version of Digital Era is a new project. My Greek blog was more of a personal exercise and it did quite well. (Shamelessly, I think it went amazingly well but I thought I should keep a semblance of being . . . →

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Citing blogs in essays

A post about how to [tag]cite[/tag] blogs in [tag]academic[/tag] papers, [tag]essays[/tag] etc. One of the most useful academia – related posts i’ve found in recent months

How to cite blogs in formal academic medical papers – at BoingBoing

Blog Action Day

Bloggers Unite - Blog Action Day

I have to admit we are not doing a lot for the [tag]environment[/tag] in our house and I constantly feel guilty about that.

Yet we try and do what we consider the minimum (which from what I hear is more than others consider necessary but . . . →

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The surrealist blog

Apparently this is Breton’s definition of Surrealism: “Pure psychic automatism by which one intends to express verbally, in writing or by other method, the real functioning of the mind. Dictation by thought, in the absence of any control exercised by reason, and beyond any aesthetic or moral preoccupation.” [1] Unsurprisingly this made me think of . . . →

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Make Poverty History

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Solidarity: Blog yours

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