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Bubblews Lives!

I just read Vince Summers' article Let's Be Real and Give Bubblews Its Due, and it reminded me of a couple of things about my Bubblews experience. First, Bubblews was pretty good to me. I wrote over 800 posts there, and never had any problem getting paid
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Posted by on September 23, 2017

Writing Sites: My Lot

Well, I write. It's one of the few things I can still do! Besides, I enjoy putting together a technical treatise or some other observation for the reader to consider. Well none of us, I feel sure, couldn't use another buck or two (sorry, Meg, another poun
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Posted by on October 9, 2017

Is It Worth The Effort To Write More Here?

It seems that the era of the blog sites that actually pay you anything for your writing is over. Nobody really gets rich doing this. When things were going well, you had people gaming the system to get a nice piece of the advertising dollar.&nb
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Posted by on September 22, 2017

Blended Writing Like Blended Whiskey

Most of us like to read, even if it's only while we sit on the commode! Which brings up the fact that some writing isn't even good enough for that pastime! Some feel they have nothing to write about. Yet they wish to bring something to the table. So what
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Posted by on September 18, 2017

Well, I got listed at good reads but it wasn't me. Another writer, who shares my first and last name has one of my e-books listed under his books.

I just went looking to find out if anyone has read one of my 3 e-books from Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing and did a Google Search only to find that another Anthony Davis exists who has a good reads account, lists my e-book, 1000 Tomorrows, as among his o
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Posted by on October 6, 2017

Writing sites need to use a secure HTTPS protocol to help against hackes at user passwords.

In 2012 Yahoo! Voices was hacked. IN an article written by Wikipedia there is reason to blame a breach in security as they did not employ the HTTPS secure protocol. I figured this might have been the case. The Yahoo! Voices site was a goo
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Posted by on October 10, 2017

Writing sites need to use a secure HTTPS protocol to help against hackes at user passwords.

In 2012 Yahoo! Voices was hacked. IN an article written by Wikipedia there is reason to blame a breach in security as they did not employ the HTTPS secure protocol. I figured this might have been the case. The Yahoo! Voices site was a goo
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 10, 2017

Writing Sites: My Lot

Well, I write. It's one of the few things I can still do! Besides, I enjoy putting together a technical treatise or some other observation for the reader to consider. Well none of us, I feel sure, couldn't use another buck or two (sorry, Meg, another poun
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 9, 2017

Well, I got listed at good reads but it wasn't me. Another writer, who shares my first and last name has one of my e-books listed under his books.

I just went looking to find out if anyone has read one of my 3 e-books from Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing and did a Google Search only to find that another Anthony Davis exists who has a good reads account, lists my e-book, 1000 Tomorrows, as among his o
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 6, 2017

Bubblews Lives!

I just read Vince Summers' article Let's Be Real and Give Bubblews Its Due, and it reminded me of a couple of things about my Bubblews experience. First, Bubblews was pretty good to me. I wrote over 800 posts there, and never had any problem getting paid
Click here to read more

Posted by on September 23, 2017

Is It Worth The Effort To Write More Here?

It seems that the era of the blog sites that actually pay you anything for your writing is over. Nobody really gets rich doing this. When things were going well, you had people gaming the system to get a nice piece of the advertising dollar.&nb
Click here to read more

Posted by on September 22, 2017

Blended Writing Like Blended Whiskey

Most of us like to read, even if it's only while we sit on the commode! Which brings up the fact that some writing isn't even good enough for that pastime! Some feel they have nothing to write about. Yet they wish to bring something to the table. So what
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Posted by on September 18, 2017

WHO WAS SHOT, THEN KEPT ON WITH HIS SPEECH, FOR AN HOUR LONGER?

There are many tales of bravery attributed to several American presidents but the one that tops the charts for me, happened in October in 1912, when midway through his speech, President Teddy Roosevelt was shot in the chest by an assailant. The shooter had
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Posted by on July 31, 2017

Let's Be Real and Give Bubblews Its Due

I vaguely recall hearing about a new writing site I'd figured was too good to be real. Its name? BUBBLEWS. Bubblews was basically a site that was willing to post just about everything and anything. They weren't fussy. AND, they offered great pay. Well,
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Posted by on July 30, 2017

Virily: The New Kid On The Block

Since the demise of Bubblews, we social bloggers have become a nomadic lot. We move from pasture to pasture, looking for the perfect place where we can share our posts, creative arts, images and ideas. We have seen the rise and fall of many sites, we have
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Posted by on July 14, 2017

Reading Online Articles - Font Size

I write articles online that tend to range from 300 words to something shy of 1000 words. They are mostly technical in nature. While I enjoy reading some articles, there are a few factors that encourage me to read certain pieces, and avoid others, that are
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Posted by on July 10, 2017