The 2nd annual Wordcamp, a gathering of WordPress users, will take place this weekend in San Francisco! The agenda looks quite interesting and I wish I could be there amongst some of the Internet marketing speakers which I count as friends, not blithering idiot blog readers. It’s awesome that every business keynote speaker is a [...]
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Recently, the incoming links panel froze for several days. Now it’s showing the name of the blog post instead of the name of the blog. I prefer the old version and would appreciate a reversion to it. Thank you.
All with the same 10 drug names over and over. It’s time for Akismet to step it up a notch or for you to remotely allow banning of certain words in trackbacks as a trigger to kill real spam. A functional, spam-free trackback community is critical to a functional blogosphere as it’s a critical component [...]
One unified login that stays logged in, for my self hosted blog, the wordpress.com admin panel and all blogs I visit that require login to register. Thanks for listening.
Robert Scoble posted today about Akismet and the spam filtering features that save him time. But there are times those misclassified posts can cause escalation of a discussion into something more accusatory like deleting comments – that is not fun. For example, Danny Sullivan posting comments on Blake Ross’ blog late last year and the [...]
Thanks to cshel for customizing this awesome WordPress 2.1 theme! Bill Slawski also contributed useful ideas. Neil Patel gave me a few tips as well. Thanks to all of my other friends who contributed feedback. Hopefully this WordPress theme will work through versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.3,2.4,2.5, etc…
Yesterday I wrote about Matt Cutts painful WordPress experience upgrading to WordPress 2.1. Later in the day his blog was hacked. This once again shows that WordPress has released vulnerable software in the live environment. When is Matt Mullenweg going to put a quality control process in place to prevent these types of issues? [...]
Matt Cutts upgraded to WordPress 2.1 last night. It’s clear that it wasn’t smooth sailing – even for a tech guru like himself! When are Matt Mullenweg and Toni Schneider going to start taking these issues mentioned in Matt’s post and comments seriously?
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