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Why eBooks Matter For Schools

Why eBooks Matter For Schools

There is a lot of talk among legislators, educators, and parents about ebooks in schools (both public and private such as our Catholic Schools)at the k-12 level.  I agree that there are potentially great benefits for improving education as well as huge long-term cost savings.  This is not an easy move either, and in many […]

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What the LAMP stack is, and why every blogger and website operator should know about it

LAMP is an acronym for the Open-Source software applications Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP – probably the most common website ‘stack’ platform on the Web. If you are a serious blogger or operate a website, it’s worthwhile to be familiar with them.

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How Web Hosting Works and How to Make the Right Choice

How Web Hosting Works and How to Make the Right Choice

Many people starting out online find themselves confronted with the concept of “hosting”. The choices can become complicated – but really it’s not quite as bad as it seems.

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Moving your blog? – Use a 301 Redirect

If you’re moving your blog or website from one domain to another, you you’ll want to retain your search result links and PageRank. Also, if people are using the old links, you want to redirect them to the new domain. Enter the 301 Redirect. Here’s a very simple redirect…just replace the contents of the .htaccess […]

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Rocking Good Joomla Hosting with RochenHost.com

Rocking Good Joomla Hosting with RochenHost.com

With the proliferation of low-cost website hosting options, finding a reliable hosting provider is a challenge. Many — if not most — developers just stick with the first one that isn’t terrible. Although, sometimes you don’t know a hosting provider is terrible until it’s too late. If you’re looking for a solid and professional hosting partner […]

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