In which we talk parallax, sliders, UI and I touch myself with Chris Ford, Tracey Lavesque, Suzette Franck, Robert Neinhouse, Jason Tucker and Steve Zenghut.
Really? 100 WPwatercooler episodes? This is a bigger milestone than crossing the 5 million views mark! And not just because Google recalculated views and now we haven’t actually crossed the 5 million views mark! 100 episodes seems like a significant amount of content. I haven’t been on all of them, but I’ve only missed a […]
Hey it’s Monday again, and that means we did another WPwatercooler! Booyah! Episode 84 … and we are quickly approaching 100! Today we talked about hosting. As always, a gamut of opinions and a tangential approach. I’m not kidding when I tell the small business folk I work with that there is no one opinion […]
Craftcation!! How I love thee! Craftcation is a four-day conference for handmade makers, micro-businesses and other Creative Makers!! Craftcation is honestly one of the most fun, rewarding and inspiring events I’ve ever attended and hands-down the best conference I’ve ever experienced. This is Craftcation’s third year and I was honored to be asked back to […]
Another episode of the WPwatercooler … we talk about resolving client problems. Actually we mostly talk about preventing them in the first place …
If you are acquainted with me or my WordPress work, you likely know that I am a regular on the weekly webcast the WPwatercooler. The Watercooler is a grand old time … up to 10 WordPress folk chit-chatting about WordPress-y stuff in a live-broadcast Google Hangout for a half-hour every Monday. One of my favorite […]
WCPHX 2012 was the first WordCamp I ever attended, and it changed everything. No more would I toil alone in front of my computer, with only Google and the codex to share my WordPress highs and lows. Before I even got home from Phoenix, I had found OCWP and I attended the very next meetup. […]
We closed out 2013 talking about strategies for blogging more in 2014 … which is GREAT because that is definitely one of my 2014 goals! My recommended takeaway (and my plan for 2014) … check out Write or Die (which I learned about from the epic Tiffany Han) and just force yourself to write SOMETHING.
Recently, I posted a query about session topics to a group of attendees of an upcoming indie biz conference that I’ll be speaking at. The responses I’ve received so far line up nicely with my planned curriculum, but I also received the following reply and accompanying screenshot from a crafter named NK: “I’d like to […]
I’m in Kingston, WA, in the middle of a forest-beach-lush-garden place. Yay.