I follow a lot of people in the WordPress community from my @themelab account, a number of whom run their own businesses based around WordPress. If you run a business on Twitter, there’s a good chance your clients and other (potential) customers follow you. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen Twitter postings […]
Some of you asked how I set up my todo list after I posted a screenshot of it a few days ago. I set it up from a freely available script I found on TutorialZine.com, from a tutorial called AJAX-ed Todo List With PHP, MySQL & jQuery. In the following screencast tutorial, I’ll show you […]
This whole “I follow you, you follow me” mentality on Twitter has bothered me for a while. Basically, it goes like this: if someone follows you on Twitter, it’s “rude” not to follow them back. This is nonsense. Why? Here are a few reasons: Interest Factor – You should follow someone on Twitter because you’re […]
Every Friday on Twitter, users on Twitter recommend other people to follow using the #followfriday hashtag. This sounds nice in theory, it gives tweeters a chance to suggest and find other cool people to follow. Unfortunately, some people do it so, so wrong. Do you make these mistakes? List a bunch of people without any […]
First off, let’s get this straight. I LOVE SCREENR, and I would probably pay for it if it wasn’t already free. It is one of my favorite Twitter apps. I used to use Camtasia for making screencasts, and while that’s probably better for more advanced screencasting techniques, I prefer to use Screenr now. Why? Because […]
For anyone who has ever done any freelance work in the past, I just found the funniest site in the world for you.
Finally, the Simply Minimal WordPress theme is released. Read more for the download link.
First it was the DiggBar, now it’s the hijacking of URLs. This really isn’t that big of a deal.