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September 30, 2005

Subscribe to the Newsletters I Edit for ESLemployment

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In addition to writing and compiling articles for this blog, I also edit two professional newsletters for ESLemployment. One is designed for ESL instructors and the other for ESL school operators . . .

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September 29, 2005

The Most Popular Posts on English-Blog

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September 28, 2005

Advice From the ESL Admins & D.O.S.

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September 27, 2005

September 2005 ESL Instruct Feedback and Comments

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"The greatest threat to freedom is the absence of criticism." ~ Wole Soyinka

Thanks for visiting my site!

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This entry posted by lhobbs at 04:14 AM and is filed under Surveys.
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September 26, 2005

What our ESL Comrades are Discussing

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September 25, 2005

Daily Traffic Rank Trend for English-Blog

How is [the] English-Blog [.com] doing lately? Click here to find out.

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This entry posted by lhobbs at 06:48 PM and is filed under Surveys.

September 24, 2005

Chicklets Anyone? Our Syndication Feeds Here!

To get the RSS or XML address, right-click on the appropriate chicklet and choose "copy shortcut" from the menu. Then paste the address where needed. Other buttons, like the "Add to my Yahoo," for example work by clicking on the button in the normal way (they are hotlinked buttons).

Don't know what I'm talking about? Read my post on RSS and XML feeds HERE.

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This entry posted by lhobbs at 05:11 PM and is filed under Electronic & Online Materials.
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September 23, 2005

Welcome to My Nightmare - I Think You're Gonna Like It

“How do I know what I think until I see what I've said?" ~ Winston Churchill

"Hello, hello, hello . . . is anybody out there?
Just nod if you can hear me . . ."

Greetings cruel world,

My name is Lee Hobbs and this is my perfunctory first blog entry for the all-new English-Blog [dot com].

Where else but the internet could you find trite references to Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd and Winston Churchill all in the same place (except for a future Pink Floyd album)?

Just like old Winnie, the internet's top choice for quotation-pulling (besides Gandhi and Einstein) it promises to be smart, savvy, witty, and sometimes funny . . .

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September 21, 2005

English-Blog Request for Articles and Submissions

Wanna Contribute?

Articles, that is, not money. Of course, you can ALWAYS contribute $ by just clicking on any of the ads, but what this entry is all about is your writing contributions.

Are you an aspiring writer? Got tons of good ideas floating around in your head but no where to show them off? Then, . . .

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September 01, 2005

Who is Lee Hobbs?

Lee Hobbs, a North American native-speaker (and partial descendant of Native-Americans and wily Welshmen), renowned global citizen (and infamous universal denizen) spends much of his existence "searching for sanity beyond the self-dynamic" After earning his bachelor of arts (in fine art) in 1993, he spent six of his thinner years trekking across the planet, experimenting with entrepreneurial endeavors, and working in the emerging ESL field of Post-Communist Europe. During that time . . .

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