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The Dreaded Double Spaces After Punctuation

There are some memories from my childhood that are very vivid. One of those is sitting in a typing class and learning how to work a typewriter. While it probably didn’t seem important at the time, that skill has helped me as a writer. There were a handful of things …

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Getting Started With WordPress

On February 7, 2017 I’ll be teaching a class where I build a live WordPress Web site as part of the 2017 International Awards & Personalization Expo. I’ll admit it is a bit scary to build a site live, in front of a group of people. Why? Because it relies …

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7 Life Lessons from a Guy Who Can’t Move Anything but His Face

We all get frustrated when things don’t go our way. There are times that it seems as if the world seems to be conspiring against you. I’m as guilty as anyone for having some of those days. So as we venture into a new year, I wanted to share a …

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Preparing to Install Software on a New Machine

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that we had finally ordered a new machine for the office. It won’t arrive for at least a couple of weeks so we have plenty of time to prepare for installing software. Before I get into the process, I’m going to refer back to a …

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Corel Painter 2017: New Brushes and Customized Workflows Set the Standard for Digital Art Software

Corel has released the latest version of their popular Painter tool. The new features are highlighted in the press release below. You’ll also find links to download a free trial or to purchase both upgrades and full versions. Corel Painter 2017: New Brushes and Customized Workflows Set the Standard for …

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Facebook Gives Pages a Facelift

I had heard that Facebook was testing a new look for pages. Not for personal profiles, we’re talking about business pages. If you don’t already have one for your business, make sure to read Verify Your Facebook Page for info about creating and verifying a page. Below is an example …

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Verify Your Facebook Page

You may have noticed the lack of blog posts the last few days. I’m on vacation in Mexico and haven’t written much. But I’m still doing research while here. I was recently having dinner with a local couple and they mentioned a resistance by many of the local businesses to …

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Where Do I Find the File I Downloaded?

This is a question I get quite often. Someone downloads a file from one of our Web sites and they have no clue where to find the file. If you don’t know where you saved the file on your computer, I don’t know where it is saved either. But if …

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Removing Extra SVG Info When Importing to CorelDRAW

Since SVG is the vector format of the Internet, it is more common to receive vector artwork in SVG format. While CorelDRAW can import SVG files, it often has a little extra junk that I want to eliminate. Below is a screenshot of the Object Manager Docker right after the …

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Publish Your WordPress Content to Facebook Instant Articles

Facebook is certainly pushing to become the hub for more and more online content. For a few months they were testing a new program called Instant Articles and they rolled to out to all page publishers on April 15, 2016. First, let’s discuss Instant Articles and how it functions and …

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