thanks for video. useful for new wp people 🙂
Yes Suzanna, indeed, and I am going to try using it regularly.
Helpful video, However I would like to see a step by step instructional video about exactly how to set up the blog. As an old geezer, unaccustomed as I am to public blogging, I’d be glad if jargon was omitted. Normal English words are best for us oldun’s.
If you want to get going, you can always read this guide to getting started with WordPress.com.
Thank you for this visual aid! Since I am rather used to my television I am hoping that I will eventually become used to blogging,
One can only hope, right?
Thanks again for being so creative. This girl is impressed.
Oh and one more thing…I will be using it over and over again, so my gratefulness is multiplied many times over.
Just so you know.
So long for now.
I like it too. More sophisticated than anyone can imagine.
Very good video. I like this.
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January 1, 2009
A short trailer for the (now live) new look WordPress.com dashboard
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