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Stack Exchange shut down Blog Overflow back in March, 2017. So, "what happened" is it's dead and buried.


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Ideally we should banking (posts ready to go) at least a half dozen, maybe a full dozen, so that we can start scheduling them out to roll on a regular basis. We do have a draft sitting in there, but it's only one. We shouldn't hit publish on that one and then wait around for weeks for the next. That wouldn't look so good. So right now it looks like we're ...


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I'm definitely interested. I'd be happy to write on the blog, and do reviewing. I have a lot of tips and tricks I could share but don't know where to share them.


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I would be happy to help by reviewing and copyediting.


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How to check if an email you have been sent is from who it says (mostly gmail related functions will be shown) Will demonstrate different ways in GMail in which you can use to check if an email is from who it says it is.


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It's too late now. The announcement: We will no longer be hosting Blog Overflow up vote 191 down vote favorite 21 We are discontinuing Blog Overflow as a service on this network. Not only does this mean that no new blogs will be created, but it will also mean that all extant blogs are becoming functionally shut down. The reasoning is ...


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How to maintain inbox zero in Gmail A productive post about filtering and shortcuts to keep the noise level down with email messages


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How to to solve Dropbox's 2012 Dropquest Challenge. It would interesting to show how to use Dropbox and other web applications to finish all 24 chapters.


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We could recycle all those "questions" polling users about what web apps does this or that and have a bi-weekly (every other week) series to make some use out of those closed/closing/deleted questions. Question of the Week - Not a fan of that. Just blog as it comes instead of pushing to have something there. With all that could be mined from the questions ...


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