Although we’re already four months into this 2013 year I was looking through some development documents for Chrome and I happened upon an implementation that made me think about Firefox, an old love of mine. I’ll admit it, for most of my professional life I have used Firefox – the switch happened a few years ago to Google Chrome as my primary browser, but all through college and my early professional years I used Firefox. Ah, sweet, sweet memories. Then something happened where development with it really plummeted and things just started getting weird. I know that’s not much of […]
Real-Time Blog Post Collaboration with TowTruck
As you’ve seen, I’m somewhat obsessed with new technologies that may allow a deeper and more comprehensive way to collaborate with others at the blog publishing and posting layer. Even this tool that we covered last week provides a way to collaborate on stories and news. But what about at the actual post layer itself? Some of the new features in 3.6 will have some of these but there’s nothing quite like real-time, is there? The ability for a team of people to knock out critical pieces of work on given timeframes is a must in today’s fast paced world. If WordPress […]
The Difference: WordPress Foundation and Automattic, Inc.
There’s been a lot of confusion surrounding Automattic Inc., the WordPress Foundation, WordPress.org/WordPress.com and everything else in between. So much so that most people unfortunately use all of it interchangeably which is the wrong thing to do. I want to clearly state that there are distinct differences between all of them and that it’s worth knowing what you’re talking about when you start jumping into the muddy waters that is licensing, the GPL, ownership, and developing a WordPress-centric business. At the center of all of this is really the WordPress Foundation so by establishing this we can clearly take a look […]
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