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Great stock photography for churches.  Sometimes its hard for these organization to afford photography.  The idea is not to take the place of photographs of real people, but to augment the design with inspiring photos.  I'll be using a few of their photos for a  bilingual Spanish-English Episcopalian  website in the next month.
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I'm really happy to have found Sync2,  It seems to be working well for clients who have their calendars are Outlook, but want to sync their calendars to their WordPress events calendars (which usually use Google Calendar). The feed goes from Outlook calendar to Google calendar to WordPress (using a WordPress plugin) #WordPress #Outlook #Googlecalendar
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We finished our latest website design project.  A WordPress website designed to make it easy for volunteers and staff to keep their site updated, and to show the church's unique identity.  A pleasure to do.
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I didn't know about this kind of harmful link. Interesting article!

Comment spam: Two things proved problematic for websites trying to unnaturally rank for specific keywords: signatures in comments that contained exact match anchor text; and people who used a spammy user name (e.g., Best India SEO Company) as exact match text.
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Interesting information about visual attention in videogame players.
Action Videogames Change Brains, Improve Visual Attention http://goo.gl/Ewyo4

A team led by psychology professor Ian Spence at the University of Toronto reveals that playing an action videogame, even for a relatively short time, causes differences in brain activity and improvements in visual attention.

Previous studies have found differences in brain activity between action videogame players and non-players, but these could have been attributed to pre-existing differences in the brains of those predisposed to playing videogames and those who avoid them. This is the first time research has attributed these differences directly to playing video games.

Twenty-five subjects -- who had not previously played videogames -- played a game for a total of 10 hours in one to two hour sessions. Sixteen of the subjects played a first-person shooter game and, as a control, nine subjects played a three-dimensional puzzle game.

You can read and cite the original research paper online http://goo.gl/rckw3

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I think that it will become more and more important not only to build sites that are function but that are appealing to emotion visually. And I'm so happy about that!
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