Author Archives: Stephanie Booth

About Stephanie Booth

Blogging since 2000, and still at it. Sailing, skiing, judo-ing. Geek with social skills. Freelance consultant, speaker, trainer, thinker. Social media without the hype.

Mon super article qui avait perdu son titre

Ici j’écris un super article où je parle de mes chats ou d’un autre truc qui m’intéresse. Un lien vers le vrai blog de Stephanie. Une photo de chat. C’était vraiment bête de parler de mes chats, alors j’efface. J’ai … Continue reading

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Video embed demonstration

Voici un sketch que Bernard Boëton nous recommande!

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Test de photo très très jolie

Texte au-dessus de la photo. C’est le logo du nouveau jouet pour geeks Google Wave. On peut écrire sous la photo, de longs paragraphes ou bien juste quelques mots. La liste: élément un élément deux élément trois Voilà, c’était une … Continue reading

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Light Blogging is Now on Digital Crumble (Tumblr)

You know, I haven’t been posting much here. My main blogging is still at Climb to the Stars, but the light stuff has migrated to both my Twitter account and Digital Crumble, my tumblelog on Tumblr. A tumblelog is a … Continue reading

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New WordPress Dashboard

So, here we are. I’ve known for some time (as I was proofreading a book in French on WordPress) that drastic changes were lying ahead for the WordPress admin screens. Today on, we’re discovering them — and I’m typing … Continue reading

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You can put things in bold. You can also have the in italics. The spacing between paragraphs is big. That is because we’re reading on a screen. One important layout tool to use is lists: first thing second thing third … Continue reading

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Yay! Giving a Blogging Workshop in Lausanne

Actually, it’s not Lausanne, it’s Lutry. Here we are, me and seven other ladies, typing away on laptops to write a first post (well, not quite the first for me). I’m really happy to be giving this workshop, and hope … Continue reading

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