This week was the third WordCamp Brisbane and it looks like it was a big hit. But it got me wondering what it must have been like when Wapuu, the WordPress mascot, first started appearing at meet-ups around the world.
Last week, I shared a short video review of the upcoming Gutenberg Editor. While I loved the minimal and “distraction free” format of the new editor while writing, it ended up being very distracting whenever I needed to do anything else, like add an image between two paragraphs that I’d already written, or adding a bulleted list without turning the nearby paragraphs into a list format too.
Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. July 12th was the Net Neutrality Day Of Action. It was hoped to be the largest online protest in history, but did big tech companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Netflix drop the ball on promoting it? Love WordPress news but hate reading, this is Doc Pop’s News Drop. July 12th 2017 was the “Net Neutrality Day of Action”. Organized by the Fight For The Future, the goal of this day […]
Today, July 12th, Torque is participating in the Battle For The Net. We believe in an open web and highly encourage you to learn more about the fight for Net Neutrality by visiting battleforthenet.com.