How to improve WordPress menu functionality?

Since I can’t really find any useful WordPress menu plugins. Also not when searching further, I’m making a list of what I want from a WordPress menu. Drupal menus are not amazing, but generally they don’t suck, even less thanks to my friend’s Menu Editor module and the Menu attributes module. The first allows me to not go […]

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19 ways to get traction: a short list

1. Viral marketing 2. Public Relations 3. Unconventional PR 4. Search Engine Marketing 5. Social and display advertising 6. Offline advertising 7. SEO 8. Content Marketing 9. Email marketing 10. Engineering as marketing 11. Targeting blogs 12. Business development 13. Sales 14. Affiliate programs 15. Existing platforms 16. Trade shows 17. Offline events 18. Speaking […]

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Links in comments are now dofollow

Links in comments are now dofollow (thanks to this plugin). This doesn’t mean that spam will be tolerated. It just means that if you’re leaving meaningful comments that contain links these links will get some link juice from this website.

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47% of US employment at risk in coming 20 years

A quantitative study on the future of employment has some interesting findings. Somewhat shocking to those who kept their head in the sand.  According to our estimates around 47 percent of total US employment is in the high risk category. We refer to these as jobs at risk – i.e. jobs we expect could be automated […]

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  Earlier today I added a G+ button and just now I added descriptions and icons to images on, the tool I made with which you can quickly find freely usable pictures on Flickr and Wikimedia Commons. I hope you like it. Make sure to +1 if you do. And if you don’t like it […]

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Back to WordPress

Drupal is a great piece of software but it’s high maintenance, especially to get it to a user friendly state. That includes user friendly for geeks like me. The mere fact that it’s so easy to add images (it’s total fun to add random images to posts), switch between WYSIWYG and text, add categories, tags, […]

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