Simply put, it’s better to own your main web presence. I was not surprised by the announcement that Posterous will turn off on April 30. Even before they were bought by Twitter a year ago, I was warning people of the danger involved in renting a web presence. If you don’t own it, you don’t [...]
A few Wordpress highlights from my Twitter surfing over the past week. FYI: I used the Dashter Premium Wordpress Plugin to help me curate the tweets and add my commentary as I stumble on them.
The promise of Wordpress 3.1 is ease of use. We’re close. We’re just missing one piece.
I think we can be smarter about how Wordpress communicates with the social web.
I’ll be live blogging the REBarcamp in Sacramento today and testing a couple of new features in the Zeek Live Blog app, including posting updates without linking back to this post. In looking back on my stream from previous conferences, the link just gets in the way if the entire point can be made in [...]
A live blog of the Buzzre conference in Portland, Oregon.
A few weeks ago, ActiveRain released a feature that allowed it’s members to “archive” their ActiveRain blog posts. Utilizing that file, however was not a simple task, so we’ve created a Wordpress Plugin to make the process simpler.
Tonight’s Orange County Wordpress meetup is a “back to basics” night. So, I thought I’d give the live blog app another run through the paces. Tonight, we’ll be sending photos through as well.
This is the first in a four part series about working with a developer to get a custom Wordpress site (or any digital project) built.
Our Chief Zeek Geek, Steve Zehngut, gave two presentations earlier today at OCWordcamp. Watch his “Real-Time Plugin Development presentation here.