Quitting Squidoo for Violating my Terms of Service

Quitting Squidoo for Violating my Terms of Service

The Error message reads: “Whoops! No publishing allowed. This lens is currently locked for a violation of our Terms of Service, as per the email we sent you. You’re welcome to a) Grab your content and take it elsewhere, if you’d rather not continue with Squidoo or b) Review your content and make edits here […]

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Greener Families Does the Right Thing: Takes Down Plagiarized Article

Greener Families Does the Right Thing: Takes Down Plagiarized Article

I’d steeled myself to take the next step in my salvo against the ones who’d plagiarized my chocolate article, especially as I hadn’t received an email of apology or compliance. I went to the page and… Well, isn’t that a surprise! First Squidoo does the right thing and restores my deleted article and now Greener […]

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Fighting Plagiarism and My Squidoo Article Restored

Fighting Plagiarism and My Squidoo Article Restored

As I blogged on the weekend, an article I had written back in the 1990s and had updated for publication on Squidoo.com, had been plagiarized by greenerfamilies.com. I immediately used Greener Families’s contact form to tell them to take it down. As of this writing, I have not heard anything from them. So now that […]

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My Copyrighted, Original Article on Chocolate was Plagiarized by greenerfamilies.com and Locked by Squidoo

My Copyrighted, Original Article on Chocolate was Plagiarized by greenerfamilies.com and Locked by Squidoo

I am pissed. Squidoo had locked Part Three of my series on chocolate and had notified me back in April. At the time, I was in the middle of a big writing project and was battling a virus (which got me second time round right at the beginning of May), and so I had little […]

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The Job Sessions are Completed

The Job Sessions are Completed

I have completed my series on Job with the addition of the fifth and sixth sessions. At last! This Old Testament book of poetry from the Bible is both difficult and compelling. It’s like a friend to suffering people everywhere, yet hides its treasure in long, inscrutable lines of poetry. I have been living with […]

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Session Four on Book of Job Up!

I’m getting better and better at the PowerPoint thing, well, the OpenOffice Impress-export-to-PowerPoint thing, to be honest. I’m learning about how different forms of media can enliven a presentation, and how difficult it is to find just the right video (or to make one) to illustrate what I’m trying to say about Job and his […]

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Third Session on Book of Job Now Uploaded

Well, I’m getting into the swing of writing these Sessions on the Book of Job (in the Old Testament of the Bible) and have now uploaded Session Three, which is on Job’s response to his friends’ speeches and to his suffering. As I mentioned earlier on this blog, I am writing a series of sessions […]

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Uploaded Second Session on Book of Job

As I mentioned earlier on this blog, I am writing a series of sessions on the Book of Job in the Bible, to guide people when they are reading it or studying it, as it is a long and complex piece of poetry. I’ve uploaded an introductory article and the first session already. Now I’ve […]

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Book of Job: Session One is Up on the Web

The Book of Job in the Old Testament of the Bible is one many people who’ve suffered hardship turn to. Yet this long book of poetry with its seemingly tedious middle part is not an easy read. While sufferers can identify with Job, and Bible readers can enjoy the beginning and the ending, the rest […]

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