Hi everyone! Welcome to the 142nd edition of the Weekend Roundup. This edition was published late because I was very busy the whole weekend. Anyways, hope you folks still enjoy reading the articles and links I’ve gathered and shared this week. Enjoy!
- The Five Worst Ways to Title a Blog Post
- Is Creative Commons Right for Your Blog?
- Code of Ethics for Bloggers, Social Media and Content Creators
- How to Craft the Perfect “About” Page for Your Blog
- The TimThumbÂ Saga
- Timthumb (thumb.php) Security Flaw
- WordPress Shortcode: Display a Thumbnail of Any Website
- How to Customize the Display of WordPress Archives in Your Sidebar
- How to Pick a Domain Name for Your Local Business
- SEO Metrics You Must Track and Report
- 4 Tips for Hiring an SEO Firm
- 6 SEO and Social Secrets Every Entrepreneur Must Know and Why
- Social Media and Search Engine Optimization: Why They Work Together
- Social Media Pitfalls
- The Social Media Strategy Map
- Please Tell Me Why I Should Like, Follow, +1 You?
- Computers Could Grade Essay Tests Better Than Profs
- Technology Blamed For Helping UK Rioters
- DHS Creating Database of Secret Watchlists
- The London Riots and Facial Recognition Technology
- Sony ESSP-2000 Battery and UPS
- Tokyoflash’s Kisai 3D Unlimited Watch
- Panasonic DY-PS10 Pocket Server
- Lenovo ThinkCentre M71z All-In-One Desktop
- NFC Demo with the Nokia C7 at the Jump Store in Megamall
- TDK IE-500 In-Ear Headphones Review
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Philippines : Price, Specs, Hands-on Video, Quick Review
- Twitter Adds New Reply Feature
JaypeeOnline Weekly Recap
- HowTo: Enable the W3TC Google Page Speed Report WordPress Dashboard Widget
- BonPress — Free Tumblr-Like WordPress Theme
- State of the Internet 2011 [Infographic]
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