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WordPress Releases Version 2.8 “Baker”

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Yesterday, Matt wrote a quick post over at the WordPress Blog announcing that the WP 2.8 is immediately available for download. There weren’t any official BETA testing programs for V2.8 other than the Release Candidate 1 that was published earlier this week, but without any significant problems with the RC1, they decided to launch the […]

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8 Reasons why bbPress Beats IPB, vBulletin & phpBB

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(Janith is having some computer problems so I have to post this for him on my account) Who says you can’t run a forum alongside a blog? More and more, we see community-based forums integrated into sites that were first launched as independent blogs. Or maybe it’s just me, after running across ProBlogger’s forum dependent […]

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Short and Long Term Projects: Some Notes on Blog Flipping

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This is a guest post by Simon Rogers, a fifteen year old blogger who runs Teenius.com. You can also follow him on Twitter @teenius First of all, let me tell you something. When I first started blogging I absolutely hated it. Why? Because I spent hours every day maintaining and advertising my sites, but I […]

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Looking Back into the Past – 20 of my Favorite Articles on Blogussion

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Let’s go back in time a little bit here. 152 posts ago, 2,528 comments back, to December 11th, 2008. All that time ago Blogussion was nothing that it is today. Today, it is a blog full of great blog content, some great features, and best of all – an amazing community of commentators, guest posters, […]

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To the Readers: What is Your Interpretation of What it Means to Blog?

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Today I decided to switch things up a little bit. Instead of me taking a question and answering it myself, I want to ask you guys a question and have you answer it. This might seem like a weird kind of question to ask, but if you really look into the word then you will […]

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