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February 2008

January 2008

25 Blog Improvement Tips For The New Year

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1. Figure out what you’re really an expert in. 2. Put your readers first. 3. Subscribe to other blogs. 4. Comment on other blogs. 5. Link to other blogs. 6. Have a reader survey to find out what your readers really think about your blog. 7. Change your ads around. 8. Declutter your blog. 9. Sign up at a new social networking service. 10. Hold a blog contest. 11. Set up automated blog back ups. 12. Update your blog’s software. 13. Update your plugins. 14. Write for another blog. 15. Ask people to write for your blog. 16. Take a vacation. 17. Set up a blog posting schedule. 18. Throw out your blog posting schedule. 19. Choose (or create) a new theme. 20. Write from a new perspective. 21. Change your writing environment. 22. Stir things up. 23. Use more images. 24. Get more personal. 25. Remind yourself that blogging is fun EU AQUI COM O KUBUNTU GUTSY LIVECD.

December 2007

November 2007

bartoloko

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Style By Charles Bukowski Style is the answer to everything. A Fresh way to approach a dull or dangerous thing. To do a dull thing with style is preferable to doing a dangerous thing without it. To do a dangerous thing with style, is what I call art. Bullfighting can be an art. Boxing can be an art. Loving can be an art. Opening a can of sardines can be an art. Not many have style. Not many can keep style. I have seen dogs with more style than men. Although not many dogs have style. Cats have it with abundance. When Hemingway put his brains to the wall with a shotgun, that was style. For sometimes people give you style. Joan of Arc had style. John the Baptist. Christ. Socrates. Caesar. García Lorca. I have met men in jail with style. I have met more men in jail with style than men out of jail. Style is a difference, a way of doing, a way of being done. Six herons standing quietly in a pool of water, or you, walking out of the bathroom naked without seeing me. Style by Charles Bukowski, read by himself.