The web is an ever-changing world, especially for journalists. It is also becoming a more collaborative environment, with younger journalists helping older understand new technology, and veterans helping the young improve their writing. Teaching new skills to journalists is the main reason I created this website.
When I created my first website in the early 90’s, it required learning a new programming language called HTML. The script was relatively easy and I mastered it in no time. By the late 90’s, a company named Macromedia published Dreamweaver – a computer program designed to make creating web pages easy. Suddenly you did [...]
[ap] The Associated Press released a list of social media guidelines. Most of these are fairly straightforward. Some are new (the change of Web site to website). Others are a bit confusing in their placement.
You have purchased a domain and acquired web hosting. You are anxious to install WordPress and start writing. Still, the thought of an online content management system is a bit intimidating. This tutorial walks you through the basics of installing, logging in and navigating your way around the WordPress interface.
“We are building a religion. We are making a brand” Comfort Eagle by Cake. When you create a website, you establish a new brand. It might be your given name or just one devised for the site, but it is how you will be known on the web – and how people look for you [...]
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