Doc Pop’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. In this week’s News Drop, we talk about Wapuu Dashboard Pet, a cute little plugin that’s like mochipet-for-WordPress. We also talk about this year’s Plugin Madness competition and the release of WordPress 5.1 Love WordPress news but hate reading? My name is Doc and this is Doc Pop’s News Drop. drum If you love plugins, be sure to nominate you favorite WordPress plugin for our upcoming Plugin Madness competition. Each […]
Doc Pop’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. Hello WP! is one of the newest WordPress podcasts around. Sponsored by WPMU DEV, each episode follows along as Micah Dailey learns about SEO, caching, hackers, and more. In this episode of Doc Pop’s News Drop, Doc talks with Micah about what makes Hello WP! so unique.
Well it seems that it wasn’t just a cute idea with no meat (pun intended) on the bones with this new podcast idea as they are launching later this month with a live broadcast at 10:00am EST with none other than John O’Nolan, the founder and creator of Ghost. From their announcement to those that signed up for updates: Our First Guest Is Confirmed: It’s John O’Nolan. We wanted to launch the podcast with a bang, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do. John has agreed to come on and give us exclusive information about why Ghost is being […]
The Kickstarter project Ghost is in full-swing now as they’ve received their funds (it takes some time) and their able to expand their team and fully concentrate on building product. In an update sent late last night, John O’Nolan shares that they’ve also made their first full-time hire, Matthew Harrison-Jones: Hannah is currently working her last 2 days at MOO, after which she will be officially be on Ghost full time (!!). The Ghost Foundation has also made its first full-time hire in the form of Matthew Harrison-Jones, a recent graduate who has been helping us out all over the place this summer […]
I suppose it’s true – WordPress makes publishing better, just like bacon makes any meal better, right? Throw in the mix of a bunch of guys talking about both of them in podcast form and you may have an overnight winner! Check it out – this isn’t a joke:
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.
If you were to call Dolly, what’d be the first thing you’d say to her? Hello, of course.
By now, we’ve released a couple of episodes of Hello Dolly with several other episodes in the pipeline. Ultimately we’re looking to publish at least one episode per month. Once we’re in the new office, it should be easier to release more than one per month. At any rate, I thought it might be worth sharing how we record our podcasts – the software, the hardware, and the community – in hopes that it gives a look behind the scenes of the podcast, but more so that it may help you guys jump start your own podcasting efforts.