Some thoughts on monetizing the web.
Contemplating how terrible the modern web is on a slow connection.
Name your ‘things’ wisely for what they are and where they live.
Blocking users on Twitter got a whole lot more interesting.
Short and simple (and effective) way to prevent people from manually making children categories.
It’s not actually very easy to protect yourself online when you can’t block people who are offensive or abusive.
MovableType still feels very early 2000s.
A practical example of adding post meta data to quick edit, and wondering why we have to cry so much when we do it.
Customizing Quick Edit to show
Protecting yourself from abuse and harassment in comment forms seems to be a white whale.
What are we selling and what are we getting when we buy software?
The following is the original notes on my WCEU talk about WordPress reviews. It’s more or less what I said, though the video will no doubt be up soon. 30 Months In Jail Over a One Star Review This is a true story. In late 2014, a man violently assaulted a woman who left a… Read more about WordPress Reviews: The Good, The Bad, and the Stalker