Photo credit: Raul on Flickr Walking in to the Cascades Casino in Langley we were turned away immediately. No to worry though, we were actually just redirected to the Coast Hotel around back. We’re sitting in a pretty majestic ballroom with a swanky setup – microphone, projectors, little bitty notepads with the hotel logo on […]
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It’s only been a few month since the release of 2.5 but the bigger, better WordPress 2.6 is now out and Tyner is ready for your download or upgrade almost a month ahead of schedule. Big features include: Wiki-like tracking of edits, Post from wherever you are on the web, Turbo-speed your blogging (with Google […]
Nursing our bronzed (and slightly pink) skin after a full morning and afternoon at the beach, we sat down to hammer out some final touches on the updated Miss604.com WordPress theme. Over the last week or so John has done the bulk of the leg work to give the site a fresh new look for […]
A few years ago I was encouraged to use FeedBurner for all my website RSS feed needs. The benefits being when I switched from Blogger to WordPress in 2006, my feed was then “portable” and I simply inputted the new source feed generated by WP, not having to lose a single subscriber or switch anyone […]
It’s that time of the month again, the one that we actually all look forward to: Third Tuesday is back at the Network Hub with guest speaker Joe Solomon. Nonprofits have been using social networks to get the word out since long before the Internet existed. So what happens when nonprofits combine the power of […]
It’s been almost a year since I wrote How to Live Blog, and in that time I’ve completed over 15 live blogs at a dozen events (brining my live blog total close to 30). Everyday tools are being devised to help make this process a little smoother, fancier, and attract more viewers however I still […]