Working for Guyana

first_imgThere is no dearth of explanations or reasons proffered for our anaemic post-independence development: underdevelopment of our economy and our society by the departed colonials; squabbling politicians; lack of capital; ethnic/racial divisions; brain drain, etc. But for each of the identified constraints and then some (for instance, lack of physical resources), other countries, such as S. Korea, Singapore, and others in the Far East, have yet jumped from Third World to First.But we would like to place on the agenda one factor that somehow has not received the attention that we believe it should: the need for us to have a strong desire to work for the common good of Guyana. Now, it might be said that this is a consequence of the ethnic divisions in our society, but Malaysia, for instance, also has these divisions, and was able to leapfrog them to knock on the doors of the First World. If the successful ‘developed’ and developing countries are analysed, more often than not, one would discern a strong sentiment of ‘doing it for my country.’This emphasis can be measured by the degree to which, emotionally or consciously, people agree that a common good justifies restrictions on the individual, including oneself. It could also be described as the degree to which the members of a society are willing to forego individual advantages if thereby a larger advantage is secured for the community. Can we say we have this sentiment widespread in Guyana?Some time ago, noted CUNY political scientist Richard Wolin visited China and asked one worker, “What do people here do on weekends?” The reply, to his surprise, was, “We have no weekends. We have to work hard to pass America!” On his tours across many campuses and cities, he found the same sentiment very widespread. The people were willing to work for what they saw as the good of their country. Because of such an orientation, China has, for three decades, been able to maintain a double-digit growth rate, and is now the second largest economy in the world – nipping on the heels of the US.Japan, which led the thrust for ‘miracle growth’ in the post WWII era, was also helped by a strong patriotic fervour among its people.Many people conveniently forget that the Industrial Revolution in Britain and Europe followed their consolidation as nation states, where the people were willing to sacrifice for ‘King and country”. While the US overthrew the king, its citizens also rallied for the national cause.In Guyana, we are still at a point where the feeling of ‘we the people’ has not been inculcated into the psyche of our people. In the absence of such a sentiment, individuals will act only in the interest of their sub- group or themselves on an individual basis. Looking out for “No 1” becomes the rallying cry. It is up to the leaders in our society to mobilise these individuals for the ‘common good’.Unfortunately, the present PNC-led Government has jettisoned all its promises for an inclusive Government that would transcend our divisions, and has actually exacerbated them. Immediately upon achieving office, it slighted its AFC partner, which had purportedly brought in Indians who were traditionally outside the PNC’s constituency.  Guyanese today should compare the differential rates of development in the Far East, where exertion for the common good is commonplace, and that of, let’s say Africa, where most countries are riven along ethnic lines – like us. We must do better.In societies lacking an ethos of the common good, people do what is advantageous for themselves, and have no qualms in abandoning principles or changing sides when it is beneficial to them. This expedient behaviour also encourages corruption, which is not just a problem of political systems, but is an attitudinal problem. Persons who are little inclined to accept personal disadvantages for the common good are easily corrupted.last_img read more

Xhaka in hot water over ‘racial abuse’

first_imgThe incident reportedly took place at Heathrow’s Terminal 5, although Xhaka denies any wrong-doing.Xhaka claims he did not speak to the member of staff directly and denies saying anything offensive.“Police were called at 19:29hrs on Monday, 23 January following an allegation that a member of staff had been racially abused at Heathrow Airport, Terminal Five,” a Metropolitan Police statement read.“The allegation was made by a third party. Officers attended and spoke with a man in his 20s.“He was not arrested. He voluntarily attended a west London police station where he was interviewed under caution. Enquires continue.”Arsenal have refused to comment on the incident, saying it is a police matter and not of their concern.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka walks off the pitch after being red carded in the match against Burnley on January 22, 2017. PHOTO/COURTESYLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 24- Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka is being investigated by London police after he allegedly racially abused an employee of Heathrow Airport on Monday evening.The Switzerland international, who was sent off during Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Burnley in the Premier League at the weekend, has already been questioned by the authorities, although the investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

Treated harshly

first_imgReseda Doesn’t get it Re “More Hilton fallout for Baca” (June 12): Sheriff Baca doesn’t get it: He doesn’t get to make the rules when the judge has ruled otherwise. If a straight sentencing order has no special guidelines, then he has discretion to make other arrangements. But when the judge specifically says no electronic monitoring, no this and no that, Baca has no discretion. He’s in contempt of court if he does other than what the judge ordered. But, then, he’s never played by the rules, anyway. (I guess that’s why he’s so sympathetic to Paris Hilton, who’s never learned to live within the rules or suffer the consequences.) Re “First Paris, now Baca” (Our Opinions, June 10): Paris Hilton is not being “treated just like anybody else.” Legal experts on various networks have concluded that she is being treated much more harshly than other nonviolent female offenders because of the publicity in the case. Lee Baca has an impossible job. His jail is full of illegals, whom he is required to house without adequate funds. Judges hand down excessive sentences, given the resources available. He has no choice but to shorten sentences. Paris Hilton has a “serious medical condition,” which the original facility could not handle. Despite a lot of speculation, we don’t know what that problem is, and it is really none of our business. She is now housed in a hospital wing of the jail, costing taxpayers significantly more than home confinement. Lee Baca is doing an excellent job. – William West – Sheila M. Cooley Van Nuys Custody of name? Re “Antonio moves out in a split with wife” (June 9): So, now that Mayor Antonio has split with his loyal wife of 20 years, is he going to go back to his original surname, Antonio Villar, he of the American Civil Liberties Union, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and four failed bar exams? – Mike Marfiak Woodland Hills Nothing’s private Re “Antonio moves out in a split with wife” (June 9): Well, I now know why the mayor has not replied to my e-mails. He has been busy – burning the midnight oil. He says it’s a private matter. Sorry, mayor, nothing you do is private. – Joe Pinoy Lozano Mission Hills LAUSD payroll debacle The Los Angeles Unified School District’s payroll system is sinking with the district’s new admiral. There was another month of complete chaos within the payroll-service department. Certified employees were again underpaid or overpaid – for the fifth consecutive month. An efficient and accurate payroll system isn’t rocket science. Who is really at the helm? The entire school system should be put into dry dock. What happened to accountability, instead of always shifting the blame? – Linda Faherty Simi Valley Use their own laws I have to throw my 2 cents into the ring about immigration. How about this for a fair immigration bill: “The United States will enforce immigration based upon the laws of the country of origin of the immigrant.” In other words, we will use Mexico’s immigration laws for immigrants from Mexico, Russian immigration laws for immigrants from Russia – and so on, for every other country. With some minimum requirements for a country with no laws, what could be fairer than this idea? – Alan Litt Granada Hills160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgInishowen Community Radio has received a welcome boost with the news that it has been approved for a total of €16,000 from the BAI and ESB ElectricAid Ireland to produce two community-based radio documentary series.The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI), through the Broadcasting Funding Scheme, has approved €9,000 for a 5 part series called ‘Bog Stories’ which explores the tradition and history of turf cutting in Inishowen.ESB ElectricAid Ireland awarded the station €7,000 for ‘Mind Yourself’, a 4 part series exploring mental health issues in Inishowen and the resources and mechanisms to deal with this growing problem. ICR Chairman, Raymond Doherty, was delighted at the news: ‘Many people at ICR are working hard to keep the show on the road and this news is testament to the fact that many of our funders have faith in us.“Funding is getting harder to come by for all community groups but we will continue in our efforts to provide a quality community service and resource here. These programmes are a great example of what we’re about, providing programming that helps entertain, inform and educate our community’.The bog has long been a part of Inishowen‟s cultural, social, historical and economic heritage. ‘Bog Stories’ will explore that heritage through the contributions of local historians and people who made their living from the bog in an entertaining, informative way.Series producer Jim Doherty is confident that the series will interest many listeners. “The bog, or the hill as we called it, was a big part of many of our lives growing up. EU rules and other factors will consign this to the past. I think it’s important to document this heritage now before it disappears completely.”A key element of the series will be the presenter working with a traditional turf-cutter to harvest a crop of turf from start to finish.Segments of this will be mixed with interviews from other contributors on the themes and topics of each episode. The series will examine the importance and influence of the bogs on many aspects of the lives of Inishowen people from earlier times to the present day.The Broadcasting Funding Scheme was established to provide funding in support of high quality programmes on Irish culture, heritage and experience, and programmes to improve adult literacy. The Broadcasting Act, 2009 also extended the scheme to offer funding towards programmes dealing with the themes of media literacy and global affairs and increased the percentage level of funding for the Scheme via the television licence fee to 7%.‘Mind Yourself’, which will be produced by Anne Gill, will provide an in depth look at the issue of mental health and how factors such as the recession have a bearing on our mental well being. Particular emphasis will be placed on mental health issues in the Inishowen community and will feature local people who are willing to share their stories. The series will look at how mental health is being addressed in the peninsula and at the support that is available to people living here.The programmes will attempt to help people to develop their mental resilience and to provide positive mental health messages through members of the local community speaking from their individual perspectives.Anne Sheridan, Mental Health Promotion/Suicide Resource Officer commenting on the series said: “The impact of the recession on the mental health of individuals and families is very significant and having a series which informs the community of the issues and local sources of support is invaluable. It helps remove the stigma often associated with mental health problems and suicide and by involving members of the local community in the initiative will ensure that it has a strong resonance for listeners.”If anyone is interested in contributing to or getting involved in ‘Mind Yourself’ they should contact Anne on 07493 29105. INISHOWEN COMMUNITY RADIO GETS FUNDING TO ‘TURF’ OUT DOCUMENTARIES! was last modified: May 2nd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Happy Arsenal fans hail Granit Xhaka following midfield masterclass

first_img Granit Xhaka 1 Arsenal fans are expecting great things from Granit Xhaka following his exceptional performance in the Premier League on Saturday.The Gunners beat Watford 3-1 at Vicarage Road to claim their first win of the new season.And the Switzerland international put in a masterclass in the hold midfield role, closing down attacks superbly before quickly moving the ball forward with a brilliant array of passing.He might not have been among the goals, with Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Cazorla finding the net, but supporters are pleased Arsenal have finally found a midfield general in the mould of legend Patrick Vieira.Check out the best fan reaction below…last_img read more

Title tilts on the horizon as Jason Quigley targets a rapid return

first_imgJASON Quigley will get back to action in early 2020 with a February return likely ahead of potentially huge fights for the Donegal puncher.Quigley – pictured by Valentin Romero – moved to 17-1, 13KOs on Thursday night with a vicious third round stoppage of Abraham Cordero in California.The bout was at super-middleweight and Quigley felt more at ease, weighing in at 164lbs. “I’m excited now for what’s ahead,” Quigley said.“I felt good at that weight. I could fight now at 168lbs or 160lbs. I was talking with Robert Diaz from Golden Boy Promotions and he said it’s up to me, to stay at 160 or move up to 168. “We’ll have a belt on the line in the next couple of fights for me – and then it’s onto a world title.”Quigley will return home for Christmas, staying in training with Paddy Donovan – who fights on December 20 – before taking in a training camp with new coach Andy Lee in January in Los Angeles. Lee was satisfied with Quigley’s showing.“It was a good win against an experienced, season opponent, who doesn’t get stopped,” he said.“It was important that he looked good and there were a couple of signs of improvement. “You could see that he was focussed and he got the guy out of there. “There’ll be bigger challenges ahead and there’ll be bigger improvements, but it was important to get the first one out of the way.” Title tilts on the horizon as Jason Quigley targets a rapid return was last modified: December 6th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Chatham family one of 11 to receive Ontario Farm Family Award

first_imgA Chatham-area family was one of 11 across the province honoured with a 2019 BMO Ontario Farm Family Award.The awards will be presented on Sept. 21 at this year’s International Plowing Match and Rural Expo in Verner, West Nipissing.The Campbell family was listed as one of the winners.This award, handed out by BMO Bank of Montreal in co-operation with the Ontario Plowmen’s Association, recognizes recipient families’ focus on sustainability, community involvement, land stewardship and adaptability in their farm management practices.“For over 200 years, BMO has been a proud supporter of the Canadian agriculture community and, every year, we’re excited to honour the families that exemplify a sense of community, strong values, and hard work – all qualities at the heart of the rural way of life and the agriculture community,” said Steve DeMarco, BMO’s vice-president of business banking for Northern Ontario, in a release.“The BMO Farm Family Awards recognize the contributions made by farmers across the province, and these 11 families demonstrate how heritage and innovation can work hand in hand to further farming in the province.”This year’s IPM runs from Sept. 17 to 21. Each family will receive a plaque for their efforts. Chatham-Kent hosted the large-scale event last year.“We are truly grateful for the agricultural leadership and commitment these families have to their communities,” said Ontario Plowmen’s Association president Sheila Marshall. “These award recipients, and those who have come before them, deserve to be celebrated. They’re role models for us all.”The BMO Ontario Farm Family Awards have been handed out annually since 2012,  recognizing 83 families throughout the province.last_img read more

17 Tips for Writing the Perfect Blog Post

first_imgAfter discovering none of my readers were using them, I removed the social sharing buttons on my blog posts a couple years ago. I spoke with other bloggers and discovered they removed their sharing buttons as well, for the same reason.Your mileage may vary. For my site, I think products like Buffer and Hootsuite have replaced on-page social sharing buttons.Rather than setting font size at a fixed 14 to 16 pixels, use em or rem, which are more fluid on different devices (smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop). Is this guide useful to you? Or do you use a different process for writing and organizing your blog posts? I’d love to hear what works for you; share your thoughts in the comments.Updated February 9, 2016: Based on Virginia’s comment, I’m going to give social sharing buttons another try. So I’ve added them back to my blog posts. Will give you an update in a couple weeks to let you know what I discovered!Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…Related8 Tips for Writing Blog Posts Faster [Infographic]It’s been 15 minutes since you sat down to write your blog post and the blank screen is staring back at you. You have a client project that needs attention, three leads to follow up on, and a meeting in the afternoon to prepare for. What was it you planned…In “Blogging”10 Basic Tips for Getting Started BloggingRecently I was reviewing archived notes from when I first started blogging with WordPress. And it reminded me of when I helped set up WordPress multisite at Washtenaw Community College (WCC), where I worked as a web developer in the early 2010’s. To help department staff get started blogging on…In “Blogging”10 Tips for Improving the Design of Your InfographicsIf you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I love infographics. They’re a great way to quickly communicate ideas to readers with pictures, charts, graphs, and colors instead of a long blog post. Well-designed infographics are: Easy to read and understand Visually engaging Easy to share I…In “Web design & development links” Whether you’ve been invited to write a guest blog post or you’re writing for your own blog, it can be challenging to remember what it takes to organize and write a successful post. You want a post that:Draws your readers in with a conversational toneEncourages readers to go beyond the first few sentencesIncludes examples that drive your point home In addition, you want to craft a post that is visually appealing and formatted for easy reading.You’ll need to consider the various elements that make up the blog post, subheadings, fonts, images, line-height, and more. There’s a lot to remember!In this infographic from iSpionage, you’ll find helpful tips to guide you in writing a post your readers will enjoy. I’m a fan of bulleted and numbered lists and do my best to make content scannable. But I often struggle with including a strong conclusion. How about you? I know the text in the infographic is small and challenging to read; you may want to check out the text version of the infographic.Long DescriptionThe Anatomy of a Perfect Blog PostEvery post starts with an attention grabbing headline written in title caseThe date goes at the top of the post so people know when the article was written in case they need to make sure the content is still up to dateSocial sharing buttons make it easy for readers to share the post on social media. Include the most relevant social media buttons for your audience, but don’t overdo it with every button imaginable.Include a feature image at the beginning of posts so an image will be included in social shares to make your post more appealingThe first few sentence need to act as a hook and convince people to continue reading.Be sure to take a stand with your posts, even if you end up being wrong. It’s better to firmly be on the wrong side than to be wishy washy and never make a point.Text tip: font size should make the post easy to read, preferably between 14 to 16px, possibly largerBlog posts are a conversation between the author and the reader, so write conversationally. Your post should sound more like a conversation at a coffee shop, than a professor blathering uninterrupted about ancient Greek history.Feel free to start sentences with “and” or “but” to use contractions, and to address the reader in the second person.You can also attempt to lighten the mood by surprising and delighting the reader with your wit, wisdom, and charm.Include real facts, data, and examples to make the post more interesting and to really drive home your point.Sub-headlines should be used to make the post easier to scan and read.Sub-headlines should always use an


tag and should never use the

tag which is reserved for the title of the post.It’s good to use bullet points and numbered lists when possible to break up long blocks of textStudies have shown that online readers are intimidated by long paragraphs, so short paragraphs of two to three sentences should be used for easier reading.One sentence paragraphs can be used for emphasis, and slightly longer paragraphs can be used on occasion.Include images and screenshots throughout the post to break up text and add visual appealRemember to include enough details in your post to make it substantial and worth reading.The internet has enough “me too” content produced to spam search engines. Put some thought and enough details in your post so you do more than skate on the surface and actually produce something worth reading and sharing.Be careful about making your text width too wide. Not only do online readers not like long paragraphs, but they also don’t like text that is too wide.The Baymard Institute recommends lines with 50 to 60 characters with 75 being acceptable. Use the Golden Ratio Typography Calculator to determine the optimal line height for your text based on the text width and font height.Always include a strong conclusion to wrap up the post in a good way. Consider using a call to action to get people to take whatever next step you’d like them to take.Find an easy-to-use comment system so readers can provide feedback and join the discussion, or consider leaving off comments if you don’t have time to manage and monitor them. Sometimes the work required to monitor comments doesn’t outweigh the benefit.My ThoughtsI wanted to comment on three of the tips in the infographic:Including date of the post is important to ensure content is up-to-date. I use a post’s date as one of the factors that contributes to credibility and context for the post. Some content creators will argue their content is timeless.My thoughts are: let the reader decide. Without a date, the reader may presume the content is outdated and may not read a post.last_img read more

Mentoring Blooms Over Time – Plant Some Bulbs !!

first_imgI have lived in Ohio for the majority of my life. I love the Midwest because I get to experience all four seasons in a year. My favorite season is happening even as I type. I love Fall because the temperature drops and it’s chilly and brisk most days. It’s also when trees shed the green they’ve been exhibiting through the Spring and Summer to show they’re true beautiful colors. Everywhere you look you see a mix of yellows, reds and oranges. It’s stunning !!Another facet that happens during autumn is that I get a chance to be out in the yard on a regular basis. I have days and days of work to gather the leaves because we have very mature trees on our lot. I also get to work in the flower beds that encompass the perimeter of our house to clear out the dead plants and get things ready for next year. One task that I enjoy the most is planting bulbs. They look like tiny onions that will someday turn into various beautiful blooms.Planting bulbs reminds me of the opportunity we have in connecting with and working with others. It may sound odd, but I truly feel there are similarities.When I was planting several tulip bulbs today, I had to turn over the soil and then get down on my knees to break it up and pull it back to reveal the hole I was going to use. It was challenging because there were countless roots that crisscrossed just below the surface. They made an incredibly tangled mess that were barriers to me getting to the work at hand.Digging in the soil with a small garden trowel and my bare hands felt great, but the dirt was driven under my nails and cuticles. After a few moments, my hands were caked in dirt. I loved it !! Even though this was very trying, I was making progress. After several minutes, I was able to place the bulbs in the hole (pointy side up). I spaced them out so they each had enough room to take root and grow. I took the loose soil that was sitting on the edge of the hole I dug and gently covered the bulbs. The last step was to give them a good soaking from the hose to make sure they received that first dose of nourishment.Then, you wait. You wait for months. Yes, months. You hope for great results, but you really won’t know until Spring comes.I believe the same process occurs when you take the time to intentionally pour into someone else’s life professionally. Before you can “plant” anything, you need to work the soil by getting to know each other. This is so often overlooked because we either want to be a mentor or have someone mentor us. Sometimes the soil between two people isn’t good. You need to make sure that you have a healthy, respectful, inclusive and balanced professional relationship. When you develop someone, you aren’t there to “fix” them. Mentoring and development are both two-way activities. When someone tries to make it all about them, development never occurs. Never.After you have good soil, the mentor needs to untangle and remove the roots that get in the way of getting the bulbs arranged. There are always potential obstacles in any development effort. It’s hard to tell if there will be several or few, but there will be things to work through. This allows you both to share expectations of each other. Get everything defined up front. It’s necessary.You start your mentoring road together and then you add nutrients and time. There are many who try to make this a formal process, but I’ve never found that to be effective or sustainable. Mentoring and development need to be flexible because life happens at the same time that you’re trying to spend time together. There will be periods where you meet/chat often and other times where you may touch base every so often. No one pattern works for everyone. Don’t believe the people who offer firm timelines and formulas. That eliminates the reality of people being unique and having different needs. Don’t diminish that. It makes mentoring and development wonderful !!Then, you see if something blooms over time. Hopefully, it will if you take the time to see what works for you and your mentee or mentor.You see, EVERYONE wants someone to pour into them with their time, attention and knowledge. Everyone. The question is – Are you doing this? Do you have someone you mentor, or is someone mentoring you? If not, why not?We weren’t made to do life on our own. We were wired to connect and be in the lives of others. It helps us stay healthy, active and relevant. Please make sure to use one “rule” when it comes to these type of relationships – You can’t be a mentor unless you have a mentor. I’ve mentioned this in the past, but I feel it’s essential to keep you balanced.This coming week, start planting some bulbs so that you enjoy Fall. It will be cool to see what happens this coming Spring !!Originally posted on Everyday People blog.last_img read more

New Tweetdeck Out Tomorrow, Here’s What It Will Include

first_imgWe got our hands on the new version of popular Twitter desktop app Tweetdeck that will be delivered to all users tomorrow and we’re pretty excited about what’s been added.If you’ve never used Tweetdeck, it’s the most powerful application available for sending and receiving Twitter messages. It’s about to become even more awesome.Tweetdeck includes support for groups, for columns of persistent search results and a number of cool third party services are integrated right inside the interface. What’s coming next? Language translation, StockTwits integration, forwarding by email, switching to one column view and extensive support for conversation topics by hashtag. It’s quite an impressive upgrade for an already very feature-rich application.Part of my Tweetdeck set-up, click to view full size.Language translation is now available in the drop down “more actions” menu inside every user profile next to a tweet. It’s a pretty rough translation, as these things always are – but how cool is that anyway? Twitter is a very international phenomenon – now we can grunt at each other across languages a little more effectively.Stocktwits is a fast-growing startup that hosts conversation and news tracking around the stock market. Now Tweetdeck will let you tie in your Stocktwits account and create Friends, Portfolio, Recommended, Commentary and “all” columns. We expect that to be quite popular.Hashtag Support comes in the form of a new drop down to the right of your message composition window, displaying one-click links to add any of your 10 most recently used hashtags. When you reply to a message that included a hashtag – that same hashtag will be automatically appended to your reply. That’s going to keep conversations much more coherent.User Search lets you set up a column to search for any username – see what people are saying to and about people of interest.One Column View is a quick little button you can hit to zip your full screen Tweetdeck down into just one column, the easier to watch it next to a browser with. Click it again and it will expand to full size.There are a number of other new additions, from easier group management to email forwarding of tweets to some API access improvements. There may be some changes users don’t like, as well. All we can say for now, having just used it for a little while, is that the most powerful Twitter interface available is not slowing down – it just keeps getting better. If you’d like to befriend the ReadWriteWeb staff on Twitter here are our accounts – we’d love to meet you too! 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… marshall kirkpatrick Tags:#Product Reviews#web last_img read more