Top 10 Posts This Month
- The ultra-lethal drones of the future | New York Post 2014 article
- HTML is a computer language: HTTP is a Protocol which computer Internet languages like HTML operate within
- reprint of: Drones very small to large
- Russia and Brazil Hit Hardest in Sovereign Risk Ratings...
- Will Trump throw us into another Great Depression like the one Hoover put us into? (both Businessmen by the way)
- Killer Robots Are Coming And These People Are Trying To Stop Them
- Why don't we hear more about what Geomagnetic Storms (often from the sun) do to technology on earth?
- Glastonbury Abbey-Wikipedia
- From the French Wikipedia which usually has more info on the Comte De Saint Germain since he was in France then
- These countries want to ditch gas and diesel cars
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
When quoting from another source
It's important when you are blogging first of all, to put the link (word button) of wherever you are quoting from to list as your source. Sometimes, as you are doing this the source site reconfigures because the editor of that site changes things (or they have automatic bots that also do this sometimes). So, always quote your source first. This way if it re-configures where you got the button (Link) then you can click on your own link after you save it and you then have the rest to quote for your readers.