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Blogfolio Blogging Presentation: Links

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Here are all of the websites that JW and I gathered for our “Blogfolio” presentation.

Sites that were featured in the presentation:

Additional sites for reference:

  • http://oregonstate.edu/~farism/blog Michael Faris

    Ahh, three of the blogs that I post to are on here… that’s amazing!!

    Did you realize that you have the Writing Center Online Portal here twice?

    Also, I noticed that you had Kevin Brooks’ old blog. You might check out his new one:

    http://tenaday.blogspot.com/

    I also notice that there is a preview below where I am typing. That’s frickin’ amazing!!!

  • http://ericstoller.com/blog/ Eric Stoller

    @ Michael,
    I had to involve you in the presentation. You’re one of my faves.

    Thanks for letting me know about the Writing Center double linkage. I added the new link to Kevin Brooks’ blog.

    The preview functionality is a neat effect. A WordPress plugin gave my site this added feature.

  • Fundraiser

    A few questions from a blog idiot

    How do you keep the spammers from eating you alive? i\’ve seen blogs with nothing but spam postings.

    How do you keep some left wing extremist from posting racist or defamatory rhetoric? and if you cant stop them, what are you legally liabel when they do?

    can viruses be posted to blogs?

  • http://ericstoller.com/blog/ Eric Stoller

    I proactively engage in anti-spam strategies. I currently utilize Askimet and Bad Behavior as my anti-spam applications/plug-ins.

    Also, comment moderation is a foundational piece to any anti-spam effort. Every comment on my site is moderated in some form. Folks who have previously approved comments can comment without moderation. Since this was your first comment on the site, it went to my WordPress moderation queue.

    I don’t have a comment policy, but a lot of sites have extensive policies/regulations on commenting. Hate speech on ericstoller.com is not allowed.

    Let’s hope that comment viruses are never invented. It would be catastrophic.

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