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Managing Multiple Authors: Managing Writers in a Multiple Author Blog

In this series on managing multiple bloggers in WordPress, I want to now focus on the content, specifically managing the editorial voice and purpose of a site with multiple bloggers. There is a huge caveat to this topic. Every blog is unique, as are all the voices within it. It is often that uniqueness that […]

WordPress Las Vegas: Weekend of Non-stop WordPress, Social Media, and Blog Talk

WordCamp Las Vegas was an incredible gathering of some of the best of the best in blogging and WordPress, including: Matt Mullenweg Liz Strauss Joseph Scott Aaron Hockley Jim Kukral Geoff Kleinman Michael Dorausch Micah Baldwin Dave Taylor Micah Baldwin Shayne Sanderson Niran Amir from Picapp Jim Turner of OneByOne Media Ethan Gahng from Psolenoid […]

Hawaii Macintosh and Apple Users Society Macoctoberfest Photographs

Here are the first of a collection series of photographs from my incredible experiences at Hawaii Geek Week 2008. The first event was the Hawaii Macintosh and Apple Users Society (HMAUS) gather for their 30th Anniversary Mactoberfest on Saturday, October 18, 2008. I covered the details on the Blog Herald in Hawaii Geek Week Begins […]

Learning from the Voices of WordCamp Dallas

Charles Stricklin, the host of WordCamp Dallas 2008 and The WordPress Podcast has released The Voices of WordCamp Dallas, a collection of quick interviews and questions I asked during the event. I was so amazed at how open everyone was, willing to share their thoughts on WordPress, WordCamp, blogging, and the magic of the web […]

Are Tags Working For You?

I asked this question on the Blog Herald: Are Tags Working? After Pam of Grassroots Science (Alaska) reminded me recently about the flaws in tags, the lack of consistency and control, I’m asking you again. Are tags working for you and your blog? With the advent of tags built into WordPress 2.3, a whole new […]

How to Turn Off Snap Shots Link Preview on WordPress Blogs

Snap Preview Anywhere, known as Snap Shots, Snap Shots Integrator, mShots, and many other names, is considered by many as one of the most annoying “gimmicks” on the web, continues to be enabled by default on WordPress.com blogs. Many new bloggers are still “testing” this gimmick which allows a thumbnail preview or feed view of […]

What is WordPress’ Competition Up To?

I stumbled upon Geek News Central’s post, “Where the heck is Six Apart on Movable Type Development”, and it got me curious, too. I have been a dedicated Movable Type fan for 4 years, the application continues to do cool stuff that other applications cannot, but that gap is closing very quickly. As evident in […]

New Look for WordPress

With the release of WordPress 2.0, which I’ll be talking about soon, WordPress has also finally released their much anticipated new look on the WordPress site and forum and the online manual for WordPress called the WordPress Codex. None are perfect yet, but will evolve in the next month or so as everyone embraces the […]

Are You Using the Right Blogging Tool – Over the Long Term

In July of 2005, Susannah Gardner offered us “Time to check: Are you using the right blogging tool?”. I ran across it recently and while it is a great review of all the blogging tools out there, I thought I’d throw a little fuel on the fire. Yes, it is good to judge a book […]

Trap and Kill – WordPress Bug Hunt Success

I’m just back from a week in New Orleans and along the hurricane damaged Gulf Coast to find that the WordPress Bug Hunt this weekend was a resounding success. The WordPress Bug Hunters put on their camo and carried the big guns and tracked down and destroyed about 100 bugs in WordPress, making the world […]

Why Have a WordPress.com Blog? Why Not?

Owen Winkler writes about “Why Am I on WordPress dot com”: So why would someone jump to using WordPress.com when they’ve already got a blog running? I can see the case for users who want to start out fresh and have no experience, or maybe for people who are tired of paying hosting fees and […]

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