How to Make Informative News Stories Entertaining In Chapter 4 of 9, New York Post journalist Yoav Gonen shares his views on taking a lighthearted and entertaining storytelling approach in reporting and why it should be accepted as long as news facts are truthfully stated.
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How Art and Architecture Influences Shaped Engineer In Chapter 6 of 16, Joe Stump shares how his mom's love for art and dad's affinity for building and architecture shaped his career ambitions. Early on, Stump practices art and progressively takes liking to engineering - including practical experience working on cars, installing heaters, building houses - which teach structure, assembly, and design. Over time, he translates these experiences into computer programming and web architecture.
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How Media Metrix Top 500 Developer Job Shapes Career In Chapter 2 of 16, an early career mid-college job change enables Internet architect Joe Stump to push himself to failure while learning to build large scale websites - "Virtual Skyscrapers" - at Care2 during the 2000 dot-com boom. This one year experience understanding a Media Metrix top 500 website architecture builds confidence, Stump then applies in his post-college programming and development career.
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How Small Town Michigan Childhood Shapes Values In Chapter 7 of 16, web entrepreneur Joe Stump reflects on how growing up in a small, Midwestern Michigan town shaped his values and sense of loyalty to friends, family, and colleagues.
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How One-Year Sabbatical Elevated College Education In Chapter 3 of 16, Joe Stump leaves Eastern Michigan University to pursue a one-year sabbatical in Silicon Valley during the first Internet boom. There he builds hands-on programming and website architecture experience before returning to Eastern to finish his degree.
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What Defines Success When Building Massive Websites In Chapter 4 of 16, entrepreneur Joe Stump provides a practical view answering "What defines success in what you do?" by comparing internet architecture and programming to structural engineering. He concludes success means "Not breaking things."
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How to Land an MTV Video Music Award Writing Job In Chapter 2 of 13, New York Magazine editor and writer Mark Graham traces progressive milestones shaping his blogging and writing career, from early blogs, including UltraGrrrl. The development path began with writing for friends and family. Graham continued cultivating his voice through audience expansion across blogging peers, print media, and, ultimately, television.
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How to Use Open Menu X This video will show you how to get started using Open Menu X, and show you ways to utilize the program to make sifting through applications and web pages much easier.
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How to Remove Wix Ads Learn how to remove wix ads, and upgrade your new website to premium
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Website Usability Principles Design principles - Meet expectations of your visitors. Watch more at http://www.oxlearn.com
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How to Install Breadcrumb Plugin on Wordpress Blog Know how to install Breadcrumb Plug in on Wordpress Blog manually through this video, which is developed by Quality Web Solutions(http://www.quality-web-solutions.com/). Just follow these steps carefully and you will be able to install this Wordpress plug in yourself.
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Wordpress Plugin Installation Video Tutorial Check out this video to learn how to install Breadcrumb Plugin on Wordpress Blog manually. It is developed by Quality Web Programming (http://www.quality-web-programming.com/) with meticulous care and cautions. Follow the steps carefully and you will be able to install this plugin without taking any external assistance.
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Using FTP to Get Your Web Site Online If you opted to create your own web site using the free web site design software covered in part seven of our Web Site 101 series, you'll need to get those web pages and associated files to your site host's servers. File transfer protocol (FTP) is the answer. Simply enter your login info and server address (provided by your host) and send all your files!
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Creating Your Web Site the Online Way There are many excellent desktop HTML programs that we talked about in the last segment. At the same time there are online services that give you the tools you need to create your Website online. Many will host the site as well.
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How to Convert Web Application into Destkop Software Learn how to turn your favorite web applications into standalone desktop applications using site specific browser tools. What Is a Site Specific Browser? A Site Specific Browser (SSB) is is an application with an embedded browser designed to work exclusively with a single web application.
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How to Review your Website You've got your domain. You've got your host. You've also spent time creating your site. Now your site is online so you'll want to give it a final check to make sure everything looks good. Go through your site as a visitor and note anything that's out of place or just plain broken. Does the navigation work? Are your images slowing down page load? Got any typos? If not, you're online and all is right with the world (wide web)
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How to Install a Wordpress Blog Check out this blog installation video tutorial, which is crafted by professional web developers at Quality Web Solutions for installing a blog manually. Learn how to install a blog by following the steps carefully.
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Capturing the Screen with Capture Express How many times have you wanted to share an image of your screen with someone? Perhaps its an error message that you want to show or a unique display issue. Perhaps you want to grab a part of a web page and show it by email. If the answer to our initial question is anything other than "never, but thanks for asking" you should consider using a screen capture utility.
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Capturing the Screen with Print Screen Deluxe Find something cool on the Web you want to show your friends? Have an error message you want to share with your geeky friend? You can use Print Screen Deluxe to capture all or part of your screen. You can save it as a file, print it out and more.
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How to Run Firefox from a USB Key With PortableApps If you've installed PortableApps on your USB drive you can take Firefox and other programs with you easily. Just plug in the USB drive, click on the menu and you can be browsing in just seconds. With Portable Firefox on your USB drive you can browse privately on any computer and leave no web traces on the computer you're using as all data is saved back to your USB drive.
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What is HTML? HTML or Hyper Text Markup Language is the basic language of the web. It takes a programmer or designer's ideas and code and presents it in a user-friendly manner. In effect, HTML makes the world wide web go 'round.
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Design Basics for an Effective Website Enzo F. Cesario interviews Petra Wennberg, a Strategic Visual Designer who shares four key points in designing a user-friendly website to increase your sales.
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