Ghost showed up on Kickstarter yesterday and like any good blogging platform, it’ll be judged, commented on, loved and hated. So let me start early. I don’t like it. I love the idea, I loved the beginning, I just don’t like the execution. Here are the two reasons why – 1. NodeJS? Really? NodeJS is… Read more »
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Of late, I’ve been investing my time and money on two online platforms – WordPress and App.net (ADN). The first, for blogging and the second for micro-blogging and conversations. Incoming search terms:tent iotent io blogstent io marco armenttent io reviewwho uses tent io
Those of you who’ve read my blog before might have read the recent post – “Feedafever for ~Free” where I talk about installing an instance of Fever (by Shaun Inman) on AppFog, thus running a database and bandwidth heavy application for absolutely free. I promised a tutorial for that and here it is – Incoming… Read more »
Today, someone pointed out to me that my live blog – live.nitinkhanna.com wasn’t truly a micro blog because there was no way for people to reply to me. This got me thinking. Following the tenets of what a micro blog is from my recent post, I believe that a post, reply model, with no character limit… Read more »
As users of the Internet, we change a lot. We move email IDs, we jump from one social networking fad to another, we change bookmarking and read-it-later sites and even crash, delete or just forget blogs that we write on. Most of the stuff I’ve done in the past 10 years or so on the… Read more »
Buddypress is an amazing social networking plugin for Wordpress, the equally amazing blogging engine. But it’s not extensible or distributed and that’s something we need to fix.
WordPress is a great blogging tool. It has a lot of potential and in it’s more recent updates, it has grown from simply a blogging tool to a content management solution. I use wordpress on this blog for two purposes – blogging and tweeting. You see, twitter is a great service but the 140 character… Read more »
Just discovered how to safely install wordpress on my Mac to play around with themes and CMS features… Here’s the link -> Installing WordPress Locally on Your Mac With MAMP « WordPress Codex.
Researching tons of tips to make my WordPress blog better. Can anybody give me more suggestions? I’m looking at 29 WordPress Tweaks to Improve Posts and Pages right now.