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2014 Blog Stats Posted on December 29, 2014 The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 25 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete report.
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So the questions become: How to create amazing content, how to put together blogposts strategically and efficiently, and how to get your content out to the masses. Writing tips are a good place to start. And to supplement the words you use to build your blogposts, I’ve found a huge number of blogging tools that help with everything from coming up with ideas to spread the content far and wide.
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Email validation is a hard problem that every single developer, building anything on the web, has to deal with. We actually have been working on email validation ourselves for years (more on that below). We looked at the validation services available and weren’t satisfied with any of them, either for performance, accuracy or completeness reasons. So today, we’re releasing a project we affectionately called Guardpost, as our newest API, and are also pulling back the curtain to show exactly how we built it. RackSpace is launching this as a free service that anyone collecting email through web forms can (and should!) use.
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Mark Boulton currently runs a small design studio, Mark Boulton Design, where he works with clients such as ESPN, Warner Bros, BBC, British Energy and Drupal. In the past, he worked for the BBC and Agency.com designing wonderful experiences for all manner of clients and people across the world.
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What is Gapers Block? Gapers Block is a Chicago-centric web publication providing information on news, events and other interesting stuff around town. Gapers Block wants you to slow down and check out your city!
OK, what's a "gapers block"?
There are many terms for the slowdown in traffic that occurs when there's an accident on the side of the road. Some people call it rubbernecking, others a lookie-loo. Here in Chicago (and a few other places where Chicago expats are common) we call it a gapers block or gapers delay. What better name for a site that asks you to slow down and check out all the cool things in the city?
Consider GB an antidote to all those sites infatuated with the coasts. On the front page, you'll find Merge, a weblog on a wide range of topics updated throughout the day; Slowdown, a calendar highlighting events you may not have heard about; a daily
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Apart from having five nouns in its name, the project is also something of an experiment for us. The website is an open collaborative space – a wiki – where we hope to collect and document commonly used or interesting solutions to web content strategy problems, large and small.