An inside look into my wild and wooly and actually pretty simple .htaccess settings.
WordPress Auto-Updates are not terrible, they’re not evil, and this comes from a woman with tinfoil in her hats. They’re okay by me.
Solving a problem that nobody could, when nobody was bothering me, and nobody owned my files.
What if I told you … you only had to download that 5 G file once?
Using Genericons for ShareDaddy (in Jetpack) it not that hard at all.
No, it doesn’t come with Guinan, but you can have a sticky navigation bar as your site’s Ten Forward in two easy steps!
Evil code I’ve written in order to help me teach people, but also to understand how evil is done.
This is somewhat of a rant about something new Google did that doesn’t please me. Opt-Out ad endorsements.
Creating a nested plugin solution for @replies and always-on-reply-links with some theme and plugin code.
Come to WordCamp Boston and see me speak about Managed WordPress Hosting
An experiment with CloudFlare as a cloud proxy service. I now understand it, and I can recommend it to certain people.
Not everything to do with technology means code. Curating a website means, often, you have to edit your content and your comments in order to foster the sort of relationship with your visitors that you desire. In doing so, are we censoring?