It’s been a couple months since the last site update, so here’s the latest: Thanks to Wild Apricot for being such a great sponsor. If you need affordable event and website management tools for any sort of club, association, or non-profit: Wild Apricot does it all for a low monthly fee of just $12. For more details or a free trial, check it out here.
We’ve also added some new sponsors and implemented a couple cool widgets:
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The latest widgets installed are the Blog Window and AddThis! button. Both are displayed at the end of every article on TechConsumer. Blog Window shows the top five most popular articles over the last seven days. It’s pretty easy to configure and is free. If you have a site you’d like to try it on, check out more details at AffiliateBrand.
The AddThis! widget is the little button at the end of each post with “Bookmark” written on it. It’s a quick and easy way to save any article you like with any of your favorite social networking site: Del.icio.us, Digg, Reddit, Blue Dot, and tons more. For more details on how it works, just click on the bookmark button at the end of any article.
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