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WordPress The Ultimate Beginners Guide: A step by step guide to create your first website or blog without any programming or design knowledge … for beginners, website, website design) 2

Posted on October 29, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

Thanks to WordPress, publishing a website has never been this easy. Unlike before, ordinary internet users can now create websites with little knowledge about HTML or any scripting language. What is WordPress anyway? WordPress is a Content Management System or CMS program built in PHP. CMSs are web applications that, as the name suggests, manage website content such as blog posts, images, and even videos. To make it simple, it is like a big website template that has been premade, for you not to bother creating or writing lines of code. All you need to do are to customize it with the help of intuitive graphical interfaces and tools then input the content that you want to display on your website. If WordPress is just one of the many CMSs out there in the web, why choose WordPress instead of the other CMSs? Well, few of the biggest factors why many people prefer WordPress are simplicity, wide array of customization, popularity, and the community. The simplicity of WordPress is ideal for those who have little idea on how the web works and have little knowledge when it comes to web development. With its user friendliness, almost everybody can master using WordPress in no time.

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Develop Your Author Platform (Build a Business with Your Book Quick Guide Series 1) 3

Posted on October 26, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

Transform Your Lifestyle and Your Opportunities! With so much advice available on how to sell more books, it is essential to know what pieces to have in place first. Once these pieces are in place, you’ll have a solid foundation to build upon.

In this Quick Guide you’ll discover how to develop the three primary legs of your Author Platform: your blog, your Facebook author fan page, and your author page on Amazon Author Central. Once these three elements are in place, you’ll be able to increase your visibility, reach more readers, and sell more books!

The Build a Business with Your Book Quick Guide Series is designed to support authors in developing key areas of online book marketing as they develop online training and coaching programs based on the topic of their books. Building a business with your book can transform your lifestyle and bring you a great deal of personal and professional satisfaction as your message moves beyond the pages of your book, into the lives of the people who can benefit from your message. By doing this, you’ll not only earn many times the price of the book, you’ll help your readers to digest the material at a deeper level and support them in taking action on what they’ve learned.

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You Are a Writer (So Start Acting Like One) 2

Posted on October 26, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

Becoming a writer begins with a simple but important belief: You are a writer; you just need to write.

In You Are a Writer, Jeff Goins shares his own story of self-doubt and what it took for him to become a professional writer. He gives you practical steps to improve your writing, get published in magazines, and build a platform that puts you in charge.

This book is about what it takes to be a writer in the 21st Century. You will learn the importance of passion and discipline and how to show up every day to do the work.

Here’s what else you will learn:

-How to transition from wanting to be a writer to actually being one
-What “good” writing is (and isn’t)
-How to stop waiting to be picked and finally choose yourself
-What it takes to build a platform
-Why authors need to brand themselves (and how to do it)
-Tips for freelancing, guest blogging, and getting published in magazines
-Different ways to network with other writers, artists, and influencers
-The importance of blogging and social media and how to use it well to find more readers and fans of your writing

You Are a Writer will help you fall back in love with writing and build an audience who shares your love. It’s about living the dream of a life dedicated to words.


Table of Contents


Part 1: Writing

You ARE a Writer: Claiming the Title
Writers Write
The Myth of Good
It Gets Tough

Part 2: Getting Read

Three Tools Every Writer Needs
You Need a Platform
Your Brand is You
Channels of Connection

Part 3: Taking Action

Getting Started
Before Your First Book
When the Pitching Ends
What Next?

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The Mutt and The Mogul 2

Posted on October 23, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

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Database Management Systems 0

Posted on October 20, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

Product Features

  • This ultimate free unique application is for all students of Database Management Systems across the world. It covers 150 topics of Database Management Systems in detail. These 150 topics are divided in 9 units.
  • Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
  • The USP of this application is “ultra-portability”. Students can access the content on-the-go from any where they like.
  • Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
  • Some of topics Covered in this application are:
  • 1. Overview of Database Management Systems
  • 2. Database Systems versus File Systems
  • 3. History of Database Systems
  • 4. View of Data
  • 5. Extending Database Capabilities
  • 6. Types of Databases and Database Applications
  • 7. Advantages of Database Systems
  • 8. Functions of a DBMS
  • 9. Role of the Database Administrator
  • 10. Database Users
  • 11. Data Models
  • 12. Components of Database Management system
  • 13. Transaction
  • 14. Database Management System Languages
  • 15. The two tier architecture
  • 16. Three-layer architecture
  • 17. Entity-Relationship Model
  • 18. Database design and ER Diagrams
  • 19. Entity Types, Attributes and Keys
  • 20. Relationships and Relationship sets
  • 21. Types of Entity
  • 22. Constraints
  • 23. Keys
  • 24. Entity-Relationship Diagram
  • 25. Hierarchical Data Model
  • 26. Network Data Model
  • 27. Design Issues
  • 28. Extended E-R Features
  • 29. Alternative E-R Notations
  • 30. The Unified Modeling Language
  • 31. Relational Model Terminology
  • 32. Mathematical Definition of Relation
  • 33. Database Relations
  • 34. Structure of Relational Databases
  • 35. Database Schema
  • 36. Keys
  • 37. Schema Diagram
  • 38. The Relational Algebra
  • 39. Composition of Relational Operations
  • 40. The Union Operation
  • 41. The Set Difference Operation
  • 42. The Rename Operation
  • 43. Formal Definition of the Relational Algebra
  • 44. Additional Operations
  • 45. Extended Relational-Algebra Operations
  • 46. Outer Join
  • 47. Null Values
  • 48. Modification of the Database
  • 50. Physical Storage Media
  • 51. RAID
  • 52. Tertiary Storage
  • 53. Storage Access
  • 54. File Organization
  • 55. Variable-Length Records
  • 56. Organization of Records in Files
  • 57. Indexing structures for files
  • 58. Secondary Indexes
  • 59. Clustering File Organization
  • 60. Data-Dictionary Storage
  • 61. Hashing
  • 62. B Tree
  • 63. Query-by-Example
  • 64. Queries on One Relation
  • 65. Queries on Several Relations
  • 66. The Condition Box
  • 67. The Result Relation
  • 68. Ordering of the Display of Tuples
  • 69. Aggregate Operations
  • 70. Normalization
  • 71. Functional Dependency
  • 72. The Process of Normalization
  • 73. First Normal Form (1NF)
  • 74. Boyce.Codd Normal Form (BCNF)
  • 75. Fourth Normal Form (4NF)
  • 76. Fifth Normal Form (5NF)
  • 77. Algorithm for Functional Dependencies
  • 78. Objectives of SQL
  • 79. History of SQL
  • 80. Importance of SQL
  • 81. SQL Statement
  • 82. Use of DISTINCT
  • 83. Search Condition
  • 84. Pattern Matching
  • 85. NULL Search Condition
  • 86. SELECT Statement
  • 87. SELECT Statement – Grouping
  • 88. Subqueries
  • 89. Join
  • 90. Integrity Enhancement Feature
  • 91. Data Definition
  • 92. View
  • 93. Transactions
  • 94. Data-Definition Language
  • 95. Schema Definition in SQL
  • 96. Dynamic SQL
  • 97. Lock-Based Protocols
  • 98. Granting of Locks
  • 99. Two-Phase Locking Protocol
  • 100. Implementation of Locking
  • 101. Graph-Based Protocols
  • 102. Timestamp-Based Protocols
  • 103. Validation-Based Protocols
  • 104. Deadlock Handling
  • 105. Timeout-Based Schemes for Deadlock Prevention
  • 106. Deadlock Detection
  • 107. Recovery from Deadlock
  • 108. Need for Concurrency Control
  • 109. Schedule
  • 110. Timestamping
  • 111. Optimistic Techniques
  • 112. Granularity of Data Items
  • 113. Database Recovery
  • 114. Checkpoint
  • 115. Recovery Techniques
  • 116. Failure Classification
  • 117. Storage Types
  • 118. Data Access
  • 119. Log-Based Recovery
  • 120. Deferred Database Modification

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Razer Mouse Bungee – Mouse Cord Management System 2

Posted on October 20, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

The sleek Razer Mouse Bungee threads your mouse’s cord through its taut spring arm to keep it off the ground, for a smoother, tangle-less drag-free mouse swiping experience. Its anti-slip feet and weighted centre ensures the Razer Mouse Bungee stays stable no matter how aggressive your swipes and wrist flicks, keeping your gaming mouse under your control all the time.

Product Features

  • Anti-Slip Feet for Heavy-Duty Stability
  • Space Saving
  • Drag-Free Cord Control
  • Mouse Bungee will help keep your cord off the ground, away from the rest of your clutter.

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Blog This 2

Posted on October 17, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

Will protecting children throughout the world cost Natasha her own family?

Devastated by the loss of her brother, Natasha Senecot works to expose the dangers of Matthew Chrysler’s violent video games, succeeding in bankrupting and humiliating him. Chrysler retaliates and sends a hit man after her. Natasha is forced to fake her own death to protect her children, but after witnessing another tragedy, Natasha won’t hide any longer. In a race against time, can Natasha expose Matthew Chrysler before his assassin murders her family and shatters her world?
“From the very first chapter, Blog This grabs your gut and your heart with surprising action and touching moments. Cami Checketts blends suspense, humor, and good clean romance into a story that will stick with you.”
Daniel Coleman, Author of Gifts and Consequences 
“Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. Have read all of Cami’s books but Blog This is on the top of my list. Read it twice and enjoyed it just as much as the first time I read it. Just when you think you know what is going to happen you’re led into a different direction. Had a hard time putting the book down and was anxious to see how it was going to end.”
Elsa Akinason

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