Great interview with Sue about Edublogs and Edublogging – well worth reading through to the bottom for the other interesting projects
Told you I had some exciting news didn’t I :)
Go check out Blogs.mu, and, for a bit more information there’s an interview with me on Problogger, an article about Blogs.mu site in Mashable and one in Inquisitr too.
Or you can catch an informal technical lowdown at wpmu.org.
Something big is happening tomorrow
I can’t tell you yet, but I think you’re going to like it… oooo, the anticipation!
The World’s Shortest WordPress Plugin
We’re having a bit of a contest to find the World’s shorted (and bestest!) WordPress (or WPMU) Plugin… go enter :)
Enough with the free
Two good articles today on catering to the free, or not. The Guardian’s The end of the age of free and SEO Book’s Who’s opinion matters, from which it is worth sharing:
Ahem, if you are seated comfortably
In my self-appointed role as WP laureate, I have penned a little ditty to celebrate the 1.0 release of BuddyPress.
Ugh, unbelievable that Google is promoting love.com content up the rankings, yuk.
Insightful commentary from John Andrews and Aaron Wall.
The WPMU Site Admin Guide
Yesterday we released a brand spanking new, and completely free, WordPress MU Site Admin Guide!
Continue reading “The WPMU Site Admin Guide”
One WP.MU to rule them all!
Well, here’s something that I think/hope you’ll like – professional custom installation of WordPress MU for a fraction of the price and time that you might think it would take.
It’s been a while in the making, I can tell you, but I’m hoping that it saves a lot of people time, money and stress – and brings some joy in the process!
The Book Depository Doesn’t Suck That Much
Update: They very kindly refunded the extra orders – it would have been nice if they’d done it when we asked (and I hadn’t had to write this) but hey, you can’t really say fairer than that.
Oh dear, we were hoping that The Book Depository might be able to stand up to Amazon but alas no – misordering, dodgy records, double charging you and then expecting you to pay postage back (from Au to the UK for their mistakes!!!)… and as for customer support – a single line or so. So yeh, keep your custom with the big A I’m afraid.
Lets see if this posts helps any.