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A Faster Mobile Web: WordPress.com Updates for Accelerated Mobile Pages

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Earlier this year we were proud to announce that WordPress.com users’s sites would automatically support Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) — a new open-source project spearheaded by Google to dramatically improve the performance of…

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It’s Time: Apply For Early Access to Your Own .blog Domain Name

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
If you’ve been looking for the perfect address for your blog, it’s about to get even easier. Millions of new .blog domain names (like yourname.blog) will be available this November — and starting…

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#Art of Fantasy 56: Aaron Nakahara

Originally posted on Woelf Dietrich:
All the artists I feature on here are phenomenal and stand out in a crowd, but every now and again I find an artist who even rises above that, and Aaron Nakahara is one of those…

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The One Where An Author Steals Text From My Book To Sell Pirated Software

Originally posted on David Gaughran:
In today’s episode we are going to out a two-bit huckster who tried to put one over on yours truly, take a quick detour through the verdant fields of copyright law (and the slightly plainer…

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The Red Tree

Originally posted on Art by Nancy Farmer:
New painting, going into the 303 Gallery’s Christmas exhibition next week. The theme was ‘A Walk in the Woods’…I know, it’s a bit Glastonbury, but at the same point there are interesting environmental…

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Author Solutions and Friends: The Inside Story

Originally posted on David Gaughran:
Author Solutions has forged partnerships with a long list of famous names in publishing – from Simon & Schuster and Hay House to Barnes & Noble and Reader’s Digest. Recent disclosures in various lawsuits, along…

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Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your Account

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Because we want to make WordPress.com accounts as secure as we can, we’ve made it easier for you to set up two-factor authentication for your account, so you can take advantage of the…

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