Wow, we’re only 3 weeks from WordCamp Dallas, and we’ve still got plenty of seats left, but I have a feeling they are going to go fast. So you seriously need to get registered before we fill up! What is WordCamp Dallas? Well, it’s basically a “free” ($30 pays for the T-shirt and meals) blogging [...]
Folks, as you can see from the WordCamp logo over in the top right corner, I’ll be attending, and speaking, at the WordCamp Dallas 2008 event being held here in my home town of Frisco, TX on Saturday March 29 and Sunday March 30, 2008. I’ve been working with Charles Stricklin of the WordPress Podcast [...]
Jeremy Wright of b5media covered the topic of Blog Monetization during the WordCamp 2007 Conference in San Francisco on July 21, 2007. Jeremy has experimented with dozens of types of monetization and ads and shared some of his experience with the WordCamp community regarding what works and what doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t.
Dan Kuykendall provided the first lecture on Podcasting at the WordCamp 2007 conference on Saturday July 21, 2007 at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, CA. Dan spoke about the theory and practice of podcasting and how to apply it directly to WordPress using his plugin PodPress.
This review of the Canon XH A1 Camcorder is going to be a little different from any other you might read for one primary reason, this is the first camcorder I’ve ever owned. That’s right folks, my first camcorder was a high-dollar Prosumer model because if I can’t do it right I don’t want to [...]
This latest video from WordCamp 2007 features Lloyd Budd and Mark Jaquith on the topic of Getting Involved with WordPress. This lecture occurred on Saturday July 21, 2007 from 3pm-4pm in San Francisco, CA at the Swedish American Hall. If I had to summarize Lloyd and Mark’s comments into just one sentence it would be, [...]
What do you do when your blog goes from a thousand pageviews a day to a million? Well, you start out by watching this video of a lecture on HyperDB and High Performance WordPress given by Barry Abrahamson and Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp 2007, in which they explain how they scale WordPress.com across hundreds of [...]
Andy Skelton was kind enough to grace us all with some original songs while everyone was partaking of the Bar-BQ lunch on Sunday June 22, 2007 at WordCamp in San Francisco. After a funny little mic check Andy launches right into two of his original songs. Everyone got a kick out of it, and it [...]
This one hour session, entitled State of the Word, from the WordCamp 2007 conference features Matt Mullenweg giving an update on the current state and future plans for WordPress. This lecture occurred on Sunday July 22, 2007 from 3:30-4:30pm in San Francisco, CA at the Swedish American Hall. Matt gave the updates and then allowed [...]