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Kinja The 10 best blogging platforms available for free It used to be said that everyone has a book in them. These days, it might be more appropriate to argue everyone has infinite tweets, snarky Facebook updates, and semi-random comments in them. But plenty of people retain a thirst for more thoughtful writing, and also a desire to share it as widely as possible – and these are the best blogging platforms to go about doing that. Blogs might have fallen out of fashion a touch, due to the onslaught of social networks, but there's something about having a space that's properly yours, potentially free from the distractions of a billion adverts and countless competing status updates. And the best thing is, there are a load of free blogs out there to get you started. In this round-up, we explore 12 of the best blogging platforms for newcomers who want to get a free blog up and running. 01. 02. Jekyll takes your raw text files, which may be written in Markdown, if you like, and turns them into a robust static site to host wherever you want. 03.

Making Music - 74 Creative Strategies for Producers We’ve all been there: opening a new Live Set, pondering the blank slate of an empty Session View window, wondering how to begin. Or, not knowing how to get from that first spark of inspiration to a finished piece of music. The fact is, despite all the music tools and technology at our disposal nowadays, making music remains as difficult as ever. Why this is, and what you can do about it is the subject of a new book entitled Making Music - 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers. While the author, Dennis DeSantis, is Ableton’s Head of Documentation, the book is not an expanded Live user’s manual. Making Music is divided into three sections, the first of which deals with problems (and solutions) at the beginning stages of the music-making process. King Britt I've always been attracted to the way Cage and Eno use limitations and parameters as a way to push the creative flow. "I rely on randomness to create my own samples and loops." Kindness Starting from scratch can be hard.

WordPress › Blog Tool, Publishing Platform, and CMS Cyanide and hapiness - Make Money Writing Tutorials, Guides, Reviews & More! Notre avis sur les éditeurs de site Internet 2015 C’est une question très légitime, évidemment. Le problème fondamental réside dans le fait que, généralement, les avis sont financés par des affiliations. Par conséquent, certaines personnes vont donner une note à un éditeur en se basant sur la commission qu’il lui apporte plutôt que sur ses véritables mérites. Ce genre de pratiques douteuses permet malheureusement à des auteurs de sites d’exercer une forte pression sur les éditeurs en leur disant : « soit vous augmentez de x % les recettes que vous nous apportez, soit vous disparaissez de notre site. » Pour des raisons qui nous sont complètement inconnues, certains éditeurs ont eux aussi adopté cette façon de faire des affaires. Que vous nous considériez ou non comme un site de confiance, voici quelques conseils pour vous permettre d’identifier facilement les avis douteux : Pouvez-vous trouver facilement qui administre le site (par exemple en visitant la page « Qui sommes-nous ?

Designing and marketing an appealing online course on A few years ago I came across one challenging statement on a LinkedIn forum. The participants were discussing the process of online teaching – how to get started, how to scale it, what platforms to use for webinars or online lessons, etc. They went back and forth talking about the advantages and disadvantages of using Skype and other similar applications, and then somebody posted a comment that etched into my memory and made me acutely aware of where I was and where I had to be. By then I had begun thinking about a few possibilities, like writing a textbook and producing a few online courses, but because online platforms were still pretty expensive at the time, and I had no idea whether or not anybody might be interested in what I had to offer, most of my courses were offered only to a limited number of students, and I never went “outside” of my circles. How does one get started? What reservations did I have? Why did I choose one particular platform? How can one design a good course?