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Genealogy Blog: Starting With a Purpose and a Plan

A bit ago I announced I was starting a series of articles about building a new WordPress blog from scratch. Here it begins. I’ve been researching my family’s genealogy since I was a teenager, and recently a fantastic series of events resparked my enthusiasm. Over the past few months I’ve been doing even more research […]

Who Cares About WordPress.com?

I was recently told “Oh, it’s WordPress.com only. Who cares.” Well, at last count on the WordPress.com font page, 146,000 blogs and their bloggers care. People who know better have learned that anything and everything that happens to WordPress.com blogs benefits the whole of the WordPress Community. I’ve watched as the original naysayers, people long […]

WordPress versus Movable Type: Choosing a Winner?

Since June 2005, Problogger’s WordPress vs Movable Type post has gotten over 80 responses and so far, it looks like WordPress is winning. This was followed in January 2006 with an unscientific poll of Problogger readers of which blog platforms users preferred. The results were interesting. The results had a few surprises for me. While […]

WordPress.com Now Offers Users More Users

In case you missed the announcement, WordPress.com blogs can now support more users than just you, the main user. From the Users panel in the Adminstration Panels, the second sub-panel is called Users and Authors. Part way down the page is the form to add users to your WordPress.com blog. Enter in the user name […]

How WordPress Users are Benefiting from WordPress.com

I’ve explained many times how wordpress.com is benefiting WordPress users as a testing site for the upcoming release of WordPress 1.6 (sorry – still not out yet!) and for WordPressMU. There are a lot of WordPress fans and volunteers out there who are, shall I say, “unhappy” with wordpress.com and WordPressMU and how it seems […]

Good Review from Blog Savvy for WordPressMU

WordPressMU, the ground breaking blogging system that runs wordpress.com gets favorable reviews from BlogSavvy -Multi-user Blog Tools Overall Ratings and Reviews.

WordPress Versions – How Many and What’s the Diff?

UPDATED 2010 There are several “versions” of WordPress now available. There is the official full version of WordPress, the WordPress free blog hosting service WordPress.com, the hosted versions of WordPress, and the amazing WordPressMU, the multi-user version of WordPress, which is now incorporated into the full version of WordPress, selected by installation options, and called […]

Lorelle on WordPress

Lorelle on WordPress will be a look at how to use WordPress and make it work FOR you, not against you. There is a lot you can do with a WordPress site and it can be simple or challenging, depending upon how much time, effort, and customization you want to put into it. We will […]

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1975 Number of articles Lorelle publishes on average annually on WordPress, blogging, social media, and web publishing across multiple sites. 2003 The year Lorelle first touched WordPress and fell in love totally and completely, though some days… 1993 The year Lorelle published one of the first websites in the world known then as homepages. Taking […]

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