While not every item on this list matches current dictionaries (I had to look up the last one for something I was editing and learned the dictionaries had caved ;)), this is a good summary of similar words that are often misunderstood and misused:
A saying combined with somewhat related photos offer up a photo fortune, and story ideas to the visually oriented:
A good summary of key things to look at with your website design. It’s given me a couple things to think about, such as a site map, though I do not agree with the need for framing if it implies iframes, but if it’s referring to having consistent access to the menu and a cohesive look produced by divs or other good coding practices, I agree wholeheartedly.
For those who like paper, here’s a useful planner format for organizing and tracking your blogging:
As someone who started out with the dream of being a paleontologist, this article caught my eye from the start, but it’s not just sensationalism. Besides giving a quick overview of the necessary steps, and not easy ones at that, the end of the article points to ways you can volunteer for a dinosaur dig:
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