Tag Archives: blogging

Blogging at the time of dictatorship

The Tunisian Internet Agency is responsible for harming national memory. Questions need to be answered and those responsible need to be held accountable. Peter Zschunke/DPA/PA Images. All rights reserved.For decades before the revolution, the ruling regime in Tunisia dominated public space, monopolized the media, confiscated the voices of dissenters, and spent a lot of effort and money to produce a ... Read More »

Oh, The Places You’ll Go By Blogging

I’m a small-town trial lawyer by trade. Over 17 years, I made it to county courthouses in cities the likes of Viroqua, Prairie du Chien, Sparta, Black River Falls, Whitehall, and Mauston, Wisconsin. Occasionally I made it to courts in Madison, Minneapolis, and Chicago, Illinois. I don’t believe I was ever invited to speak to a legal industry group. And ... Read More »

7 Blogging Ideas For When You’re Stuck, Tired, and Can’t Write a Thing

Every year, I greet January with new resolutions. Often, I never end up fulfilling them. But that doesn’t stop me from making new ones every year. One of the resolutions I made at the start of 2017 – one I thought would be easy to keep – was to write a blog post every week on WordPress. Easy, right? But ... Read More »

Blogging is just the job for eco mother Tamsin

Friends and family of 30-year-old blogger Tamsin Hopkins are taking her business more seriously since she won a coveted national award. Tamsin, from Stansfield, Sudbury, writes about her eco and green lifestyle, as well as chronic and rare health conditions, on her website Eco Fluffy Mama at www.ecofluffymama.com. With 10,000 followers, she earns her living by being affiliated to brands ... Read More »

Blogging for Seniors: Resident Consultant Finds Technology Not Just for the Young

  Though technology may be dominated by younger generations, Cindy Mund knows the internet and social media have power with senior citizens. Mund, a resident consultant for Stillwaters Estates, has found a large following in a blog she writes for the senior living community in Centralia. When she started the blog seven years ago, she had a list of about ... Read More »

Women in the Blogging World – Part 2

A decade ago, women made a bigger move into the world of blogging, joining thousands of other voices like them – focusing on lots of experiences, particularly motherhood. Now there are millions of blogging voices, with a majority of them female – And it takes a lot of hard work to be heard. Some of the women who blog start ... Read More »

How fashion blogger Rach Parcell is expanding beyond the world of blogging

other realms of the fashion world. What started as a journal for cataloging her wedding experience has turned into a full-fledged career for Parcell. Not only that, but she’s managed to build a complete brand for herself beyond her Pink Peonies blog on social media networks like Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and more. If that wasn’t enough, Parcell has also launched ... Read More »

What no Singaporean tells you about blogging for money

For some Singaporeans, blogging can be a good source of side income. But it’s not as simple as writing and posting pictures. There’s a rumour going around that blogging is easy money. With famous bloggers like Lady Iron Chef and Xiaxue supposedly making thousands of dollars per post, you might think it’s your golden ticket. While blogging can be a good ... Read More »

Richard Branson’s daily routine Blogging and 20 cups of tea

Billionaire Richard Branson sticks to a daily routine. But his usual day doesn’t sound much like anyone else’s. The Virgin Group founder outlined his usual routine in a blog post and, predictably, it’s bonkers. Get up at 5 a.m. The perfect time to start the day if you’re a billionaire living in the British Virgin Islands. Go kitesurfing “I get ... Read More »

Meet the journalist who invented sports blogging a century ago

By Ed Sherman • March 7, 2017 To those who think sports blogging is an invention of the modern era, guess again. Ring Lardner beat Bill Simmons and others like him by about 80-90 years. A new book, “The Lost Journalism of Ring Lardner,” edited by Ron Rapoport, should be required reading for sports journalists who want to know the ... Read More »