So you’d like to start a blog or site using WordPress and hosting it yourself. It is easier than you think. In a previous post I highlighted why you should host WordPress on your own domain. This is the next step. How. Note: my company, LimeCuda, provides enterprise-level WordPress hosting and maintenance if the DIY […]
Now that I finally have time off from school I am updating all of the various sites I manage both personal and for clients. So far three updates went flawlessly, I think six or so left to go. Automattic has really hit a home run with this update. I am using Ozh Admin Drop Down […]
I’ve got to let you know about this conference that I am going to on October 18 and 19, 2008. PodCamp Pittsburgh is a free conference that covers blogging, social media and podcasting. There are lots of great sessions see the schedule. I am co-presenting on LinkedIn with Tim Hindes. I met Tim this summer […]
One hundred and seventy four. That is the number of feeds I currently read. Granted, quite a few of these are alerts or blogs that rarely post. Still that is a lot of content. Update: 1/06/09 221 feeds In a typical day I “read” 175+ blog posts. I say “read” because with that much material […]
My “Internet Entrepreneurship” class has a collaborative class blog. Each week we all post on a certain web idea or site. So far we’ve covered: Facebook ebaY Kiva Second Life Check out some of my posts.