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Bryghtpath LLC announces sale of shadowpriest.com

July 5th, 2010

Bryghtpath LLC, the owners of Telegraphik, have announced the sale of shadowpriest.com to an Australian corporation for an undisclosed sum. We previously covered the pending sale a few days ago…

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Bryghtpath LLC selling Shadowpriest.com

June 13th, 2010

Our firm, Bryghtpath LLC is selling one of our sites – Shadowpriest.com, the leading World of Warcraft class forum for Shadowpriests. You can read more about the sale at our blog post at our corporate website, in this thread on Shadowpriest.com, or visit the auction for the site at Flippa.

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Are you stuck for something to blog about? Chris Brogan has the solution.

March 24th, 2009

Chris Brogan posted about 20 blog topics to get you unstuck last week. Chris writes: I’m often asked how I come up with so much content so often and so consistently. One truth is that I write all the time, and that my discipline of writing all the time means I’m more practiced and skilled. […]

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Daily Bits profiles 100 Sites to Download all sorts of things

March 24th, 2009

Over at Daily Bits, you can find a list of 100 sites to download all sorts of things. Great resource where I found many sites and resources that I’ve not seen before… well worth the visit.

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Jon Bishop: 7 Awesome Twitter Plugins for WordPress

March 23rd, 2009

Jon Bishop highlights 7 Awesome Twitter Plugins for WordPress. Here’s a look at one of his recommendations: TweetStats is a nifty little plugin that works alongside the TweetBacks plugin. It ultimately allows you to add a widget to the sidebar of your most recent and most popular tweets. I’m hoping this is the beginning of […]

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Slate takes a look at lolcats & failblogs

March 23rd, 2009

In an article published on Friday in Slate, Farhad Manjoo

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100 Applications and Services used daily by Paul Stamatiou

March 23rd, 2009

A slightly older post from January 2009, but still a good one. Paul Stamatiou writes about 100 Applications and Services that he uses each day: It took me a while to get used to using something other than simply Twitter.com, but I have fallen in love with TweetDeck. The Adobe AIR-based application does have its […]

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