WordPress vs Drupal: Which CMS is Right for Your Site?
DECEMBER 7, 2015
Most websites these days have massive amounts of content that must be managed for the smooth functioning of the site. The role of this falls to content management systems, or CMSes. Many government sites, including whitehouse.gov, run on Drupal because of its security features, but it’s not as popular because it is perceived as a difficult system to learn.
Marketing via Aggregation, Filtering and Curation – Tools and Resources
JANUARY 31, 2011
Great picture and post on the Information Overload Paradox : The post talks about the issue of overload: I can certainly consume more content than I could two decades ago, but no matter how much content is available, I can’t consume much more. And relative to the sheer volume of content available to me, I’m actually consuming a smaller percentage every day. Finding Content.
Tech Tip: 3 Simple Things You Can Do To Improve The Backend Of Your Site
JANUARY 22, 2013
To get you started on the right track, here are 3 simple ways to make the management of your website/blog backend much simpler: URL Rewriting The Apache server has a mode rewrite module which will give you the opportunity to effectively redirect one URL to another. Another great reason to use one of these tools to manage your blog or website. Do you have an index? There you go!
7 Steps to Creating Million-Dollar Web Apps (And a Big Announcement)
FEBRUARY 20, 2012
My first plugin for example, called Reputation Management for WordPress , which shows alerts you to people talking about your around the web, saved me time by keeping me up to date on social mentions straight from my WordPress Dashboard. For example when creating paid modules I assume you would not want other people selling that, even if they did give proper attribution. Heh.).