Archive for Month: November 2009
Poll: My Best Photo?
Flickr is having a “Best Photo of 2009” contest where group members are encouraged to share one and only one photo from 2009. I’m torn so I’m turning it over to you. Which one should I submit? If I Jump, Will I Slide? Taken atop Baltimore’s World Trade Center of […]
Why are Tech Jobs Declining in a Recovery?
This question, posed and somewhat answered by Kevin Kelleher of GigaOm. In the article, Kevin suggests that with M&A (Mergers and Acquisition) activity up, among other things, some 17,000 jobs in the past month have been lost. From an investment standpoint, founders and venture capitalists have good reasons to cash […]
The Gov 2.0 Camp LA Drama: Lessons for Community
Community events have become very common these days. Ever since the days of the first BarCamp – an unconference event that caters mainly to developers and techheads and is organized around attendees picking time slots to speak in on the day of the event – and transitioning to other similar […]
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best crab cake baltimore – Washington DC & Baltimore Area – Chowhound. Crab cake Wars!
WordPress and PHP 5: Be the Change You Want to See
The other day, I wrote the popular 10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 2.9. As usual, most people are very excited about the new release which is now in beta and available for testing. In the article, I made a few fundamental errors which I have since corrected. […]
The WordPress Bible: A Writing Redux
Back in July, I noted that I had accepted and was beginning the process of writing The WordPress Bible for Wiley Publishing. You can read that post here. It’s now November and almost everything is in the bag for me. I’ve written the book with an average of 20-30 pages […]
10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 2.9
Gentlemen, start your engines! WordPress 2.9 is just around the corner. Unlike WordPress 2.8, which Mark Jaquith describes as the Snow Leopard of WordPress since most of the basis of the WordPress 2.8 upgrade was complete rewrites and optimization of the infrastructure that ran WordPress instead of providing lots of […]