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Niall Flynn
Search Engine Optimisation, WordPress SEO & Development. Web Developer SEO & Blogger - hello@niallflynn.ie Based in Madrid, Spain.
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jake likes onions Sep 22
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The History of the Web’s Monthly Blogroll, September 2018 -
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Niall Flynn Sep 18
A Tale of Two Standards -
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WPToronto Sep 13
Interested in presenting at WordCamp Toronto 2018? Our Call for Speakers is now live: ^am
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Niall Flynn Sep 13
Stop 'baking' text into images!!
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Susie Dent Sep 13
The word 'pretext', a reason put forward to conceal a true motive, is from the Latin for 'weave in front', i.e. disguise. In Roman times, the toga praetexta was a long outer cloak that, apart from the right arm, covered the entire body.
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jake likes onions Sep 12
The ultimate excuse
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Gaslight Sep 11
Stylish new work for from - sounds and looks fantastic.
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Niall Flynn Sep 11
It’s a Googlequake! Check if your site has been affected.
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Damn Interesting Sep 10
A doctor in Bangladesh has found a simple way to treat infant pneumonia
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Jay Hoffmann 17 Jan 17
I'm starting a newsletter about the History of the Web if y'all are interested.
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Aryaka Networks Sep 10
Consume or construct your ? Why purchasing a managed SD-WAN is better than a DIY approach
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Niall Flynn Sep 10
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Or for those of us into more simple complex stuff an RSS:
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Niall Flynn Sep 10
Easily the best mailing list I am subscribed too
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jake likes onions Sep 5
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Susie Dent Sep 10
Insult of the day, should you need one: a bayard (16th century) is one who has all the self-confidence of ignorance.
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Susie Dent Sep 5
Always learning: the discovery of my week has been the origin of ‘Pakistan’. It’s an acronym of the names of five lands that first established the territory: Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sindh, and the suffix of Baluchistan.
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CSS-Tricks Aug 30
Need to check what accessibility standard two contrasting colors have? Or if they pass at all?
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