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Remly Hosting Extends Offer to Lifetime Customers Jilted by NodeKi

Remly Hosting Extends Offer to Lifetime Customers Jilted by NodeKi

After we reported on WordPress managed host NodeKi going out of business, both former customers and the WordPress community were left wondering what happened behind the sce

Can Vagus Nerve Stimulation Help Treat Your Depression?

Can Vagus Nerve Stimulation Help Treat Your Depression?

Researchers say a person’s quality of life should be taken into consideration when choosing treatments for depression. Courtesy of Matt Miller/Washington University School

Gust Plugin Brings the Ghost Admin Panel Into WordPress

Gust Plugin Brings the Ghost Admin Panel Into WordPress

The Ghost open source blogging project had an interesting path to get to where it is today. John O’Nolan, the project’s creator, originally introduced the idea

WiredTree To Sponsor All North American WordCamps In 2014

WiredTree To Sponsor All North American WordCamps In 2014

WiredTree, a webhosting company has become a WordCamp Pillar sponsor. The pillar sponsorship program is a package setup by WordCamp Central that enables businesses to spons

Widget Customizer Approved For WordPress 3.9

Widget Customizer Approved For WordPress 3.9

The Widget Customizer plugin is now cleared for takeoff and will land in WordPress 3.9. During the core development meeting today, the plugin was approved to be merged into

WooThemes Releases Survey Results As An Infographic

WooThemes Releases Survey Results As An Infographic

WooThemes has released the results of their 2012 WordPress Wishlist survey. Instead of dishing out numbers and statistics, they have compiled and released the information i

Some Orgnizations And WordPress Just Don’t Mix

Some Orgnizations And WordPress Just Don’t Mix

The days of KevinJohn Gallagher and his company using WordPress are over, according to him. Within the post, Kevin covers a number of reasons as to why WordPress will no lo

Interview With ManageWP Owner Vladimir Prelovac

Interview With ManageWP Owner Vladimir Prelovac

ManageWP is a new service that aims to make managing multiple websites as easy as possible. They’ve recently opened their doors to the public and Vladimir Prelovac wa

How WordPress Changed The Career Of Eric Karkovack

How WordPress Changed The Career Of Eric Karkovack

Short post on how WordPress changed the career of Eric Karkovack. I imagine similar designers/developers feel the same way he does. Of course, WordPress isn’t the only po

Theme Review – Americanaura

Theme Review – Americanaura

Custom post types are one of those things in WordPress that’s been difficult for me to figure out. However, after reviewing the Americanaura theme combined with the A

Disturbing Report On WordPress Plugin Security

Disturbing Report On WordPress Plugin Security

Checkmarx, a company founded in 2006 that specializes in automated security code reviews has published a security vulnerability report on the top 50 plugins on the WordPre

Matt Mullenweg Participates In Reddit IAmA

Matt Mullenweg Participates In Reddit IAmA

Reddit plays host to events called AMA or Ask Me Anything. In this instance, Matt Mullenweg participated in a version classified as IAmA. Basically, /r/IAmA is a place to

Password Free Login With Clef Hits All The High Notes

Password Free Login With Clef Hits All The High Notes

Recently I have been reviewing a number of wp-admin login alternatives that allow for login via phone. The first among the plugins tested was LaunchKey, which I spoke about

SharePoint In Favor Of WordPress For IT Managers

SharePoint In Favor Of WordPress For IT Managers

When I think about enterprise, I rarely think about WordPress. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I heard WordPress and Enterprise used in the same sentence. Bas