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Lifelong Education is for Everyone

No matter who you are, today is the day to learn something new. Have you found yourself spinning your wheels with a sense of frustration or lack of passion for what you are doing? If you're reading this, you have the power to forge a path for yourself. Are you tired of feeling like you can never catch up, or like the work you produce is less-than-spectacular? If you're reading this, you have the opportunity ...

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Benefits and Challenges of Ruby on Rails

Over the last decade, Ruby on Rails has become an increasingly popular solution for building web applications through a fast and cost-efficient development process. Is Rails really the answer to our current needs in app development? Read on to find out. But first, what exactly is Ruby on Rails? It’s a web application development tool – a framework written in Ruby programming language that serves you in the ...

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Articles and Resources for Practicing Web-Based Game Design

Remember when the original NES was released decades ago? I know the older readers can remember those days fondly. Graphics and coding techniques have improved dramatically over the past few decades. It’s remarkable how we can now build in-browser games without reliance on 3rd party companies. If you know anything about JavaScript and wish to delve further into game development, these tuts were made for you. ...

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Scripts and Plugins for Analyzing Website Traffic Stats

Most webmasters agree that Google Analytics provides high-quality traffic analysis without much competition. But you can’t host their scripts on your own server and must rely on Google’s servers for data storage. Although this isn’t necessarily a bad idea, it may not be exactly what you’re looking for in a traffic analytics script. This gallery includes a number of self-hosted and cloud-hosted services for ...

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Online Content Collective, April 21, 2014 – Social

Online Content Collective, April 21, 2014 – Social is a post by SEO expert Joe Amadon . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog . We’re all about Google+ this week with posts from Moz, Dejan SEO, and Distilled. We go from best practices to understanding the spread of a G+ post to an interview about authorship. And while authorship isn’t entirely withi ...

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Tools to Improve your Productivity

Being productive is always a challenge. All of us have too many things to do, emails to reply, news to read, meetings to attend, stuff to organize, social media to update and so on. The problem is that staying on top of all that while doing our work and taking care of our sanity may be a real challenge. This is why we are so thankful to productivity tools and services. If you are not that good in managing y ...

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Useful Learning Resources For Web Designers

    Fortunately, learning is not limited to only a small minority of people anymore; it is not even limited to visiting a school or a university. The Internet makes it possible for us to distribute knowledge at a small price, and is full of resources to expand everyone’s knowledge on an enormous variety of topics. Since learning is a lifelong task that doesn’t stop after pursuing a certain academic certific ...

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Is Guest Blogging Really Dead?

Is Guest Blogging Really Dead? is a post by SEO expert Shawn Barrington . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog . So unless you have been hiding under a rock the last few days, or have no social media accounts, you have probably seen the masses of tweets, shares, and blog posts written about the latest SEO news released by the head of Google’s Web S ...

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