Al instante los mensajes de sus acciones en Tumblr

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The second you publish a new post on WordPress.com, you can instantly share it on Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, LinkedIn, and now Tumblr with a feature called Publicize. This helps you get exposure to multiple audiences without having to manually share your content on all your favorite social sites.

With Publicize, you can make WordPress.com your home on the web and automatically share your content on five other social platforms. By publishing to WordPress.com, you maintain ownership of your content, which you can choose to export at any time.

After you have connected, your new posts will be shared on Tumblr and no other action is needed.

We also have a Tumblr sharing button you may not have seen, which can be displayed at the bottom of your posts and pages. With this enabled, your readers can share your posts on their own Tumblr blogs quickly and easily. Visit your Settings…

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Nuevos Temas: Portafolio y Grisalla

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Feeling creative? You’ve come to the right place–we have two new, fantastically artsy themes for your viewing pleasure!

Portfolio

First up is Portfolio, a clean, sophisticated premium theme by The Theme Foundry. Catalog all your creative efforts–photography, illustration, sculpture, poetry, and more–with a flexible and easy-to-use interface. Drag-and-drop simplicity coupled with a generous featured post slider helps you create an attractive, professional site with ease–which means you can spend more time making beautiful things!

Read more about how to create your own Portfolio on the Theme Showcase.

Grisaille

Next comes Grisaille, a free theme by Nudge Design. The term “grisaille” refers to the practice of painting in monochrome, particularly shades of gray, to achieve a three-dimensional effect–very appropriate for this classic, grayscale theme!

Grisaille is the perfect combination of grunge and minimalism, and it’s sure to complement to your work no matter the subject. It’s a great…

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El nuevo trabajo de TI – el apoyo a estilos de trabajo móviles con aplicaciones libres de soporte remoto

GoToAssist Blog

Everyone’s mobile, everyone’s wireless and everyone’s device is different. And most business professionals typically use at least three – a smartphone, tablet and desktop or laptop. This is the new world of mobile work!

But what about IT? For too long, IT pros have been chained to their desktops and stuck in the office, needing to stay connected and ready to deliver tech support at a moment’s notice.

Not anymore!

On May 9, 2012, at Citrix Synergy, the conference where mobile work styles and cloud services meet, Citrix GoToAssist unveiled its newest mobile app: GoToAssist for Android. With this new app, IT technicians can deliver remote support from anywhere at any time.

Now IT departments can also enjoy the freedom and flexibility of mobile work.

Available on Google Play, GoToAssist for Android gives IT professionals the freedom to be on the go yet always able to respond to customers’…

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Twitter está empezando a Jam

Direct Marketing Observations

According to Pew Internet Research which has been tracking Twitter use, there is a general upward trend in adopting Twitter for daily use.  The bottom line? Don’t look now but Twitter might be the Facebook killer for the 18-24 demographic.  With over 500 million registered users and 140 million daily users, it doesn’t seem like Twitter will be slowing down anytime soon.

Then we have the following:

 

 

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Nuevo Tema: Prueba de sonido

The WordPress.com Blog

Today I’m totally jazzed up to announce the launch of a feature-rich audio theme perfect for any band, artist, or musician on WordPress.com.

Designed by Luke McDonald of Press75, Soundcheck ships with a custom MP3 player that allows your visitors to browse, select, play, and skip through tracks right on your website. Also included in the theme is gigs and events functionality, four custom widgets, four custom page templates, and a variety of other theme options that you’ll love.

Soundcheck is a premium upgrade for your blog; read more about its features on the Theme Showcase or dive right into previewing it on your blog from Appearance → Themes.

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¡¡Qué se jodan!!

Ataque al poder

Veamos cuales pueden ser los argumentos de la diputada del PP Andrea Fabra, hija del inefable Carlos Fabra (del aeropuerto sin aviones) expresidente de la Diputación de Castellón. La diputada, hija de papá tiene unas poderosas razones que le justifican soltar, voz en grito, desde su escaño en el Congreso, la maravillosa afirmación ¡¡Qué se jodan!! mientras Mariano Rajoy anunciaba el recorte de la prestación por desempleo, todo ello entre aplausos a rabiar y sonrisas de contento de sus correligionarios. La diputada viene de una familia de ladrones que se aprovecha de la política para hacerse ricos, un pedigrí que abunda. Con el cerebro apuntando a otro sitio, el mero argumento de despilfarrar dinero en sostener a perezosos que ni se molestan en buscar trabajo contraviene los postulados de tan rica gente. Visto desde su escaño el razonamiento tiene otra ventura, vamos, que es distinto: Si se aplica dinero…

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More Widgets For Your Blog

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Everyone loves widgets right? They allow you to add neat features to your blog and really make it your own. They are universal, because you can use them on all different themes, so no matter which theme you’ve used to represent your own personal style, widgets can help you round out the features that make your blog tick. Some of WordPress.com’s newer features like Following and Liking have needed some widget-love, so we’ve whipped up a few new ones to help you out. All of these widgets can be used immediately and added to one of your sidebars under Appearance → Widgets.

Blogs I Follow

The first widget, named Blogs I Follow, allows you to display a list of the blogs that you are following via the WordPress.com Reader. You can display the list as a grid of images representing the blogs or just a series of links. This…

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