Saturday I spent the day with a couple hundred web developers, designers, publishers and blogging enthusiasts at an event called WordCamp … [Read more...] about The What and Why of WordCamp
My first WordCamp was in San Francisco back in 2007. For anyone who uses or develops with WordPress, there is no better place to network, to … [Read more...] about WordCamp San Francisco is LIVE
If you're anywhere within easy traveling distance to Orange County, join me on Saturday, May 14 at the second annual WordCamp OC, where I'm … [Read more...] about It’s Confirmed: I’m Speaking at WordCamp OC
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StudioPress has released a new theme that takes advantage of WordPress 3.1 post types. They consider Tapestry a Tumblog style theme, but I … [Read more...] about Post Formats and StudioPress Tapestry
This project was launched in December 2010 to coincide with the publication of Diana Mercer's new book Making Divorce Work. Diana is an … [Read more...] about WordPress Project: Book Launch Video Blog
Knowledge Management is a term laden with baggage. For some people, KM synonymous with expensive IT systems and tools. For others it … [Read more...] about What is the WordPress KM Project?