In the latest episode of Hello Dolly, we have a quick chat about Post Formats in WordPress 3.6, some of the stuff coming down the pipe for 8BIT in the local Atlanta area, and we turn the microphone to interview Matt Medeiros who spends his time typically interviewing people on his website. For more details on this episode, check out the show notes below!
In the latest episode of Hello Dolly, we cover a number of different topics, but perhaps the most fun (and interesting!) part of the podcast is that we talk to a number of different people live at WordCamp Atlanta! We cover a number of different things, as well so if you’re interested in hearing about WordCamp, hearing from WordCamp, or listening to us respond to listener questions, tune in to the latest episode.
We’re stoked as WordCamp Atlanta (it’s completely sold out!) is just a few days away – it’s getting hot and heavy as we’re preparing not only our talks (most of this team is scheduled to speak) but also organize the event and speaker / VIP party after. Yikes – lots to do and lots to get ready. Even my wife is working (hah…) and coordinating the afterparty – it’s been a rough couple nights if I can be completely honest. In addition, we’re expecting more of our staff that are from out of town to show up too, including our […]
Although you may already have some opinions on the new and upcoming yearly theme, Twenty Thirteen, perhaps it was just the color that was the most “dramatic” for you. Well, if you’re not a fan of the orange then Otto has a solution – go blue folks, go blue:
It’s been a little while since our last episode – though we’re aiming for a couple of episodes per month (well, at least one per month), we’ve been heads down working on Standard and getting ready for WordCamp Atlanta. To that point, we spend a bit of time talking about WordCamp Atlanta and some of the meetups happening around the area during the weekend where we’d all love to hang with you guys. Of course, we talk about a lot more in the episode, as well.
In the latest episode of Hello Dolly, we set two new records for our budding podcast: We featured our first guest: Sir Jake Caputo We recorded our longest episode clocking in right at an hour and 12 minutes. Though the episode is a bit longer than the usual (though some of you have been asking for longer episodes), we’re eager for you guys to check it out.
Reading about WordPress is great and there are thousands of blogs covering everything WordPress related, from hooks to GPL battles, to themes and plugins and everything in between. In fact, you probably already have “maxed” out the number of WordPress-related blogs that you’re subscribed to – there isn’t much room for another blog, right? Well time to be a bit refreshed – sometimes it’s better to find a new unique voice via audio instead of doing all that reading all the time. Consequently, let’s take a look at some of the best currently active podcasts about WordPress:
We’re running a bit behind on our build-out of our new downtown office space for our Editorial Offices but that’s ok – it’ll be all worth the wait when it comes together. The last major piece of our construction efforts is one large sound-proof room that’s going to house not only our creative meetings but also be the space for our Hello Dolly Podcast and even a place for me to nap during the day. No joke.
The team’s been having a lot of fun recording Hello Dolly and we’re stoked about the comments, emails, tweets, and phone calls we’ve been receiving (yes, even the pranks!). In this episode, John, Chris, Jared, and I all sit down to talk about the upcoming WordCamp Atlanta, some of our thoughts on other publishing platforms (such as Tumblr and Svbtle), and take a call from Chris Brogan about pop overs and permission based marketing. For a a more detailed recap, be sure to review the show notes and check out the links we’ve provided; otherwise, listen up, tune in, or do […]
Stoked to be sharing the fact that today is the very first day where I’ll spend my entire work day in the new office for WP Daily! Sure, it’s not 100% complete but I couldn’t wait – and the fact that I walked in today and saw a strong wifi signal made that decision super-easy. Plopping down in the corner I shot the above video and realized that our team here is one step closer to realizing one of larger goals of this year: Simply to work together physically in the same location. We love being distributed but there’s nothing more sweet […]