Ian Stewart shows you how anyone can work with WordPress with this excellent tutorial on ThemeShaper, the Automattic Theme Team’s blog.
Mitch Joel gave a great talk at a TEDx event recently that you should watch. In it, Joel talks about how the social web has the potential to make us even more social or less social, depending on how you look at it. At the center of all this sits one of the web’s biggest […]
Last night, I attended a great Meetup with the WordPress DC group. Mitcho Erlewine gave a talk centered around smart WordPress development. Even though I’m not a developer in the traditional sense, more of a content guy wanting to learn more about code – I found the talk extremely beneficial. It wasn’t so much a […]
There’s a cool interview up with WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg over on John Battelle’s blog. I heard Matt during a Town Hall with WordPress D.C. last month, and had a blast hearing his perspective on the WordPress, the web and more. His comments about Twitter, Tumblr and social media are of particular interest here. I […]
SEO has fast turned into one of the web’s buzz words. It may be a word tossed around easily, but more and more businesses are taking it seriously today, especially non-profits who can leverage it to put more people in front of its story and cause. If you run a small non-profit, paying attention to […]
You like interactive media. Are you left brained or right brained? If you’re right brained, you’re creative and will most likely make a good designer. If you’re left brained, you’re analytical and will most likely make a great programmer. But what if you could do both tasks in the world of interactive media? There’s good […]