Category archives for Knol

It’s over for Google Knol!

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Hi, Exactly at 18h55 GMT+1 Google Knol doesn’t exist anymore 😩 See screenshot below. Here my announcing tweet about it Knol Infos ‏ @knolinfos #free #publishing It’s over for #Google #Knol Knol has been discontinued and this content is no longer available.http://goo.gl/o3bGM 😩 . . Authors can still download ALL their knols to a file through October 1st, 2012! . Authors who don’t […]

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Knol Farewell

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I wish to thank ALL my knol co-authors for the fantastic time we spent together and wish them a good time also on WordPress, Blogger, Annotum and where ever they migrated their knols… .   . I hope that most of them don’t have migration problems as I have… I need to make the migration […]

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Not everybody can make the automated Knol to Annotum Migration!

Hi, I am a bit frustrated, seriously! Being one of the Top authors on Google Knol (see screenshot below) I am not able to make the automatic procedure for the Knol-to-Annotum Migration as I apparently have a lot knols published!??? Reply from the official Help of Annotum: ===> A few knol users, including yourself, are […]

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Problems again with Knol…

Hi, Today March 29, 2012 Knol shows again big problems as there is a start page shown without any content! No “Featured”, no “What’s new” and of course the Search Toolkit doesn’t work neither :-((( No chance for Knol authors to make a decent migration!!! .

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Knol Servers don’t work today!???

Hi, No Knol Landing page nor knols visible today!!! At 4:28 pm CET I sent a tweet on Twitter @billstr Hi, please check Google Knol 502. That’s an error. The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request. Also did I post a message on Google+  at 4:26 pm CET +Bill Strathearn Hi, please check! […]

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How-To: using Google Takeout for “Download my knols to a file”

Hi, As reported on Knol Help Page their are a lot of people who have problems to use the “Download my knols to a file“… So, here we go. I will explain you How-To: first click the link “Download my knols to a file” as shown in above screenshot… Make sure to be logged in […]

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Manual Knol Migration to WordPress…

Hi, As I said already in a previous post, it is also possible to migrate knols manually to WordPress and this also by not using the Annotum-Theme. I did this already for some of my French knols and now I migrated my first English knol, a single author knol… This new blog uses a FREE […]

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Which choice, WP-Annotum or WP-Themes?

Hi, As already mentioned shortly on a previous post Knol: Annotum-WordPress-Theme or an other WordPress-Theme? Knol authors can make a choice how they will migrate their knols to WordPress if wished so… Did You Know: You don’t need to use the automatic migration which is transferring ALL your knols to WP-Annotum, also your knols where you are […]

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Happy Holidays, Season’s Greetings, Merry Xmas And A Happy New Year from a Knol Author

Season’s Greetings, Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year from a Knol Author… Click here to listen: Gust’s Audio Christmas Wishes (Luxembourgish and English) in .wav format Gust’s Audio Christmas Wishes (Luxembourgish and English) in .mp3 format Gust’s Audio Christmas Wishes (German and French) in .wav format Gust’s Audio Christmas Wishes (German and French) in .mp3 format If you […]

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My experience with the migration from Knol to WordPress-Annotum

Moving from one home to an other one is even in real life nothing easy, so certainly not in virtual life (Internet)… I will try to report about my experience with the migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum, but first of all I want to publish some small tutorials about what I mean are the most important things to […]

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It’s over for Knol!

More spring cleaning out of season 11/22/2011 01:40:00 PM This is our third blog post in our off-season spring cleaning series. To recap, we’re in the process of shutting a number of products which haven’t had the impact we’d hoped for, integrating others as features into our broader product efforts, and ending several which have shown us a […]

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