Finding Time to Blog

Let’s talk about finding time to blog. Technical bloggers tend to be busy professionals. So much so that I often hear remarks such as, “I would love to do so, but I simply don’t have the time needed to blog”. Some even start a blog, only to stop updating it after the initial enthusiasm wears […]

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Embedding Code and Formulas in Your WordPress Posts

Recently I wrote a post for my programming blog that included both mathematical formulas and actual code. It got me thinking about the fact that most of my readers here might need to do the same. Those of you who use WordPress will probably know that there are countless plugins to achieve just that. That in […]

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Should You Disclose the Date of Your Posts?

When I google for something and land on a blog, I usually start looking for clues about a post’s age. I’ll look at the address bar hoping to see a date in the permalink. I’ll look around the title and at the end of the post, searching for a “Posted on” label. Finally, I’ll take […]

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Getting Rid of Random Characters Appended to the URLs of Your WordPress Posts

Earlier today I noticed that among the WordPress blogs I run, Technical Blogging was the only one that generated a random string of characters appended to the permalinks of my posts. It looked something like this: http://technicalblogging.com/a-new-blog-a-new-adventure/#.Tu9uCXN5vmM My first assumption was that this was some sort of hash used by the WP Super Cache plugin, […]

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