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Last WordCast Podcast Co-Hosting Gig: Is That WordPress on Your Wrist

WordCast PodcastMy final guest hosting gig with WordCast is called “WordCast 45: Is that WordPress on your wrist?” is out.

We talk about the first EVER WordPress tattoo, Justin Tadlock desire for new ideas for WordPress Widgets, Andy Skelton gets married, BuddyPress about the release from beta, how to choose a WordPress Consultants, and Vladimir Prelovac asks for help choosing his book cover for his book on WordPress Plugin development. We also announced the release of WordPress 2.7.1 RC 1, just before the WordPress 2.7.1 final maintenance release.

We also covered the Twestival this Thursday, February 12, 2009, in cities and communities around the world. I talk about attending the with my friends from , a sustainablity food documentary and video blog. I also talked about going to the Portland WordPress User Group at CubeSpace Thursday night, creating a day long blogging and WordPress event.

The other podcasts I hosted and was featured on include:

I love WordCast and not long ago, they used Wordle to create WordCast Wordle word art which featured me in the center! How fun!

WordCast Podcast Wordle Tag Cloud with Lorelle VanFossen

Regular co-host Kym Huynh is hopefully recovered from a bad car accident and back in Australia ready to take over again next week. You better be, Kym. I’ve done your work long enough. It’s your turn to get tortured by Dave Moyer.

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  1. Posted February 11, 2009 at 1:22 pm | Permalink

    I am listening right now, i am about where you said about breaking the sidebar barrier.

    I had a theme that had the HEADER being widgetized. I heard of footers being widgetized. Where would you put the widgets?

    I personally prefer a widget, I can put them in any order I want instead of taking LONGER method of moving around code to change the order that way.

    Plugins, widgets and Core WordPress are all automatic……now when themes become automatic updates will be a happy day for me.

    By the way, how come you have instead of (not putting down), just curious.

    • Posted February 11, 2009 at 1:55 pm | Permalink

      Where would you put the WordPress Widgets? Well, can I write a long laundry list for you! 😀

      As for why I’m on, I was one of the first testers of the then free hosting service, and I continue to test it and love it. Why not? I have many blogs on full versions of WordPress, but this is now my home base in many ways. It’s awesome!

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