Interesting artifacts found on August 18, 2011:
- Delicious: Extending the Functionality of WordPress Pt.2 A really good collection here, especially of the membership plugins.
Interesting artifacts found on August 17, 2011:
Interesting artifacts found on June 1, 2011:
Matt Mullenweg of Ma.tt was running a fun pre-SXSW WordPress party contest, and though I won’t be able to be there I needed a break from work so decided to throw my hat in. The objective was to take or create a picture of the “WP logo in a cool place.” Well, what better to place to put it than on Dries?
Just to be fair, I use both platforms. And of course, going the other direction is always fun too, because we all know that Matt’s a good guy:
My wife and I, like any fun newlywed couple (okay, maybe we’re getting a little old for the newlywed stage now), have a blog where we like to talk about the trips we go on, fun finds, time with family, etc. The time came the other day to make the blog private to allow access only to friends and family, instead of shouting our family matters to the entire Internet. It is run with WordPress, as are most of my personal and client sites, because of the fantastic power and flexibility that the platform provides. After searching for a few hours, I came up with what I believe is one a very good combo of plugins and settings to make a WordPress blog private.