The use of “www” in website addressing will make a comeback with new top level domain names. Type in any correctly configured domain name and you don’t need to include www. Technically www is merely a subdomain, that is why you usually see ads that just promote something like DNW.com instead of www.DNW.com. People know… Read more The Return of WWW
There are as many different types of bloggers as there are faces. But there’s something that every single one of them has in common: they all started with a hope, an excitement, a feeling that what they were beginning could actually be something. And if they could just do it the way they could feel… Read more The 10 Most Expensive Blogs Ever Sold
Linux is never going to catch up with Windows or Mac OS X in user popularity. It’s never going to show up as a common option from mainstream vendors. Why? Well there are a lot of reasons; but none of them have anything to do with its quality. I use desktop Linux distributions not because… Read more The Linux desktop is dead
Things have been kind of hectic lately but i have managed to round up work on my first wordpress blog theme. If you are viewing this site from a PC, you are already viewing the theme in all its glory! This will be the first in the series of premium wordpress themes that we would… Read more Free WordPress Themes
Google has trained us, as searchers, to believe that the top results are the best fit, most relevant and the most likely place to find the answer to our question. So the top of the search results is right where every site wants to be because, that is where the traffic is. Google may decide… Read more Bounce Rate and How To Combat It
There’s no secret that times are tough right now. Money is tight, jobs are scarce and that’s true across all professions, including bloggers. It doesn’t matter if you’re an amateur blogger doing it mostly for fun, a part time blogger doing the work as a secondary income or a professional blogger who does this to… Read more Staying Strong In Your Moment Of Blogging Weakness
WordPress and iPad are two pretty significant things in my life right now. Recently I bought my very first iPad and, inbetween playing World of Goo, making music on my Korg, and buying apps, I’ve been trying to figure out if I can replace my laptop with my iPad so it can be my number… Read more How to Install WordPress From Your iPad
Nairaland.com is probably the most visited forum in Nigeria. Interested in starting up yours? You just might be the one to upseat Nairaland, and for free too! Probably the best platform you can start your forum on is Simple Machines Forum (SMF). It is free and very secured. But most importantly, the process involved in… Read more Start Your Own “Nairaland” For FREE!!!
I am often asked whether it’s recommended that a person buy the .net and/or .org domain names when they purchase a .com domain name. In my opinion, the simple answer is yes if you are going to develop your brand name, but no if you aren’t. While it’s nice for a publisher to own other… Read more Should You Buy the .Net or .Org to Protect the .Com?
When you first started to see personal computers come on the scene back in the late 70’s and early 80’s there was not that much thought about the security of the devices. The people who created them did not envision that soon they would be used to talk to people all around the world. When… Read more Is Linux Still The Safest Operating System?
What Is A Blog? It’s quite clear that if you want to make money on the Internet and want to increase the Search Engine Optimisation (S.E.O) of your website then, without question, you absolutely, 1000%, NEED A BLOG! 77% of Internet users read blogs (you are reading ours right now!) and that, right there, is… Read more Why You Need A Blog
Michael Stern Hart was born in Tacoma, Washington on March 8, 1947. He died on September 6, 2011 in his home in Urbana, Illinois, at the age of 64. Hart was best known for his 1971 invention of electronic books, or eBooks. He founded Project Gutenberg, which is recognized as one of the earliest and… Read more Michael Hart, eBook Inventor, Dies At 64