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UPDATE – Posterous has officially announced that they are closing up shop on April 30, 2013. Be sure to back it up NOW! It looks like the sun is setting on Posterous, the popular blogging site. In 2012 it was … Continue reading
I’ve written more than a few times about class blogs and I think they are a pretty awesome, versatile tool for teachers to use. I’ve got guides for there three major platforms (WordPress, Blogger, Posterous) and while they have changed … Continue reading
Posterous is a great blogging platform. It’s powerful, versatile, and most of all easy to use. While Omar and I use WordPress.com for IT Babble, I definitely feel that Posterous is the way to go for a class blog. Last … Continue reading
See the possibilities I saw this article about WordPress today in TechCrunch that boasts some more than impressive numbers. According to WordPress they are powering almost 15% of the top million websites and that 22 out of 100 new websites … Continue reading
New blog strategy ahead Blogs are pretty damn useful. Some teachers run their class through it, posting homework and setting up a drop box of sorts so students can turn their homework in. Others use it to organize special events, … Continue reading