Back on WordPress.org (again)

It wasn’t too long ago that I moved to WordPress.org after an almost three-year absence, and then quickly moved back to WordPress.com. I had a lot going on and just wasn’t ready to take the plunge. Now, I am ready to take the plunge, and here I am, again. I could re-hash all of the […]

Back on WordPress.com

After ten days of blogging on WordPress.org, here I am, back on WordPress.com. It’s a decision made with both hope and regret, but one that I need to make in order to continue the work I started. Over the past three years on WordPress.com, my ability to write code (PHP and JavaScript in particular) had […]

Back on WordPress.org

So, before I get too far into this post (or perhaps before I even start it), I should point out that there are essentially two recognizable types of WordPress. There’s the main one, WordPress.org, which is blogging software that you install on a hosting provider. You own it and manage it, so there are fewer […]

Tweet From Your Blog

Are you tired of your Twitter client, or do you just want to turn your blog into your own social media hub? Well, now you can Tweet from your blog! Yes, I did mention this briefly in my earlier Timepiece post, but I figured it was so cool that I had to mention it again. […]

WordPress Development Visualized

If you ever wondered how much development activity WordPress has, check out this awesome gource-powered visualization of the road to WordPress 3.1, courtesy of Jon Cave. Needless to say, things get really exciting around 2005.