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Author Topic: difference between blog and website?  (Read 3819 times)
Clegs
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« Reply #20 on: January 22, 2008, 11:04:24 PM »

If you don't want to have to log into blogger every time you post a new blog entry, you can get a free program from Microsoft that works on virtually every blog.
It lets you write your posts from your computer, making it easier to upload photos and change formatting.
They call it Windows Live Writer and you can get it here.  Windows Live Writer should make the picture posting easier as all you have to do is click and drag it onto the writer.

Keep it up, you normally don't get much traffic until you have quite a bit of posts, the first stretch is the hardest to keep motivated.
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« Reply #21 on: January 23, 2008, 10:30:07 PM »

Hey Annette, You should hang out with my wife! She REALLY likes Fiona Ritchie!..Shes into renaissance too! I think she wants me to go to one of those camps where people dress like knights and fair maidens!..She says(right behind me now, watching)I should be a blacksmith..She wants to be one of those "Buxom Beauties with BIG boobs(my emphasis) waiting at the harbor inn with her heart of gold offering the little laddies mild diversions while waiting for her blacksmith who should arrive on ship with his mighty smithin hammer!( she telling me what to type!) Oh, god,...the pressure...
 Anyways, you'd like her!

  Clegs, thanks for the tip! I'm fixin' to finish up here after checking all the posts and clik on the link you put here.
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« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2008, 08:38:34 AM »

John, well, I think that your Wife is onto something, hee, hee  Wink Smiley.  Glad you listen to her, a happy wife is a happy relationship, hee, hee, you have figured it out, yea!!!!!   grin Awesome day, Cindi
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« Reply #23 on: January 24, 2008, 08:20:21 PM »

Ok, now cut it out!
 I guess I'll just have her sit here one evening and let HER write to you guys!
 She can really get on a roll sometimes!!..I had some really funny stuff shes written before, One of the funniest was when she wrote about when i stuk my head into an attic fan I was helping my sis put into her ceiling! dang near SCALPED me!!! I HAD pictures of that too!
Well, actually I lost all the letters along with the pics...bummer...
Ok,...gotta read some more..
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« Reply #24 on: January 24, 2008, 10:55:17 PM »

Hey Annette, You should hang out with my wife! She REALLY likes Fiona Ritchie!..Shes into renaissance too! I think she wants me to go to one of those camps where people dress like knights and fair maidens!..She says(right behind me now, watching)I should be a blacksmith..She wants to be one of those "Buxom Beauties with BIG boobs(my emphasis) waiting at the harbor inn with her heart of gold offering the little laddies mild diversions while waiting for her blacksmith who should arrive on ship with his mighty smithin hammer!( she telling me what to type!) Oh, god,...the pressure...
 Anyways, you'd like her!

I do love the renaissance fair that we have around here every year. It seems like an extremely magical era.
Dragons and all.

Say hi to your wife for me.
Annette
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