Using WordPress for an Intranet

I just finished up giving my session on Building an Intranet with WordPress at WordCamp Fraser Valley this morning. This session reflected mostly on a personal project that I’ve worked on at my radio day job. In the true spirit of giving back to the WordPress community, I showcased the project as well as the […]

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Taking in WordCamp Victoria 2010

We’re at WordCamp Victoria 2010 today. Rebecca just wrapped with the blogging panel during the lunch break with Raul and Lorraine, so we’re taking a break to get caught up on some food, post some photos, and catch some of the chatter over various WordPress related topics. There are a lot of great topics being […]

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Social Media Marketing in the wild: Steamrollers

Going through some photos today, I rediscovered one that was worth noting in the realm of social media marketing. In case you’re not familiar with Steamrollers, here is how they describe themselves on their website: Steamrollers is a unique Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) concept. We serve a menu of west-coast style burritos called “Steamrollers”. Steamrollers […]

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Self-hosted WordPress users urgently advised to upgrade to version 2.8.4

WordPress version 2.8.4 came out in early August, and now there is a serious issue that has come to light for users whose installations are operating with previous versions. Otto42 of OttoDestruct, a key WordPress developer and supporter, reports that there is an “attack” on older versions of WordPress right now. The number of sites […]

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Twitter Tip: A more effective way of tweeting links and URL’s

To help aid the abundance of folks who are finding their way to Twitter, the one element that I find to be poorly used is the way people share URL’s in their tweets. I know that sounds very picky, but there are more effective ways to do this so you maximize the overall reach of […]

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Using your domain as your brand with social networks

With all the social networks that are out there these days, it’s so common to get into conversations and have someone ask you, “Hey, are you on (insert the name of specific network here)?” More often than none, you want to say that you are, following that up with an easy way for that person […]

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A very successful trip to WordCampSF 2009

After all the planes, trains, and automobiles, we have made it to and from San Francisco. WordCampSF 2009 was very much a success, and the event was a great chance to hear about all things WordPress, organized by the company that heads the core development of the platform, Automattic. See more of our coverage on […]

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We’re at WordCamp San Francisco 2009

We’re spending today at WordCampSF 2009. We hope to learn and share a lot of knowledge about all things WordPress, and you can following along Rebecca’s blog post that she is updating throughout the day. If you’re here, stop us and say hello!

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