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Web Ring Spring Cleaning and Website Updates

03/20/2017 10:36 AM — The semi-annual web ring spring cleaning is now finished. It's something that really needs to be done more regularly, but I just kept putting it off. Sorry about that. It's quite time consuming to visit each and every blog we have listed. I started last Wednesday to check on all 912 blogs we had registered and finished late Friday afternoon. ...

Using Legacy Software to Write

03/20/2017 08:53 AM — Some people are using legacy software to do their writing. What do you use?

New Member - Okie History

03/17/2017 02:54 PM — Okie History focuses on Oklahoma history. I research different areas for great stories to tell.

New Member - Redbud

03/17/2017 11:36 AM — Redbud is a DIY and lifestyle blog based out of Norman, OK.

Old www links issue - Fixed!

03/16/2017 12:53 PM — We had an issue with the old www address not redirecting properly. It's fixed now.

Why You Need Your Own Blog

03/16/2017 08:02 AM — In this snip from TWiT Triangulation, Scott Hanselman, coder and blogger, explains to Megan Morrone why he thinks walled gardens like facebook are bad, and why bloggers should host their own blogs.

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