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Why do I present ONLY small tutorials?

Hi, Why do I present ONLY small tutorials? This is a question I got asked a lot of times, even from the responsible people from WordPress-Annotum on my published Annotum-Account in comments… As I am an ICT instructor (an educator…), I know (with my pedagogical background…) that people (learners…) are mostly tended against everything NEW […]

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Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?

Hi, Here an other important to know article from WordPress-Annotum Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?, see screenshot below. Image (screenshot) credit: Annotum Uservoice Update: additional information could also get found here Google Groupes Discussion Forum about the migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum Stay tuned for next short tutorial 😉

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Annotum Official Support

Hi, Here is the Official Annotum Support site: ===> http://annotum.org/support <=== There you’ll find links to the Annotum KnowledgeBase, a place to submit help requests, and even a way to suggest new features for future versions of Annotum. Hope this helps… You will find this link also on the right hand navigation of this blog under: “WORDPRESS-ANNOTUM […]

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Extended: Google Knol to WordPress migration

Hi, eXpressIN have also written some more helpful posts for Google Knol migration: this post will be more extended and detailed version and answers lots of questions such as: Why Google is shutting down Knol How it will impact Knol authors Why they are not migrating Knols to blogger How I will migrate to WordPress […]

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How-To get started with WordPress for Knol Migration…

Hi, I continue with my series of posts to let know Knol authors know on How-To make the migration a succes… More info here on How-To start with WordPress: Get Started with WordPress: http://learn.wordpress.com/get-started/, enjoy it 🙂 Stay tuned for next posts…

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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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