WordCamp London


Excited to head to the UK later this week for WordCamp London.  There’s a contributor day on Friday March 19th, plus two full days of sessions on the 20th and 21st (and of course an afterparty Saturday night). The whole schedule looks great, but I’m especially looking forward to: Saturday: Building a Scalable WordPress at […]

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WP and Legal Stuff Blog


(Via WP Tavern) Folks interested in WordPress and Open Source licensing should really start following  WP and Legal Stuff, a new blog from Richard Best, a “dual qualified” lawyer (New Zealand, England & Wales) focused on “IP/IT/technology law and public law.” Happy to see a number of really excellent posts already on the site, including: Understanding […]

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Mixcloud to RSS with Enclosures


Some time ago I created an “Unofficial.fm Feed Parser” so that I could get one of my favorite podcasts, The Waiting Room, as a true podcast (that my podcatcher would know how to download).  Since then, they’ve moved on from Official.fm and can be found (at least for now) over at Mixcloud. Unfortunately, just like Official.fm, […]

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Jeffrey Zeldman: 20 Years of Web Design and Community


Just discovered via Twitter this great video Lynda.com published a few months ago, on Jeffrey Zeldman’s career (so far) working with “people who make websites.”

It’s a great video to begin the year with, tracing the evolution of the web design community from the earliest days, though the founding and evolution of Zeldman’s many communities/activities, including:

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