WordPress In 2014, Predictions and Frictions

January is always a good time to think forward and I thought I’d put down some thoughts around where I think the WordPress’s products space might be headed. What makes my particular take interesting? Well, I’ve think I’ve started to pick up on a few things that haven’t been talked about too much. Mobile It …

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Time Tracking and Application Usage Trackers

I was looking at the current state of the market for tools that let you analyze how you’re tracking your time while at your workstation/computer. I’m not talking about general purpose timers, but specifically tools that monitor how long you’re using certain applications and websites in order to build an automated picture of how time …

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A Personal Note as WordPress Celebrates 10 Years

WordPress is ten years old. It’s been wildly successful and that’s putting it mildly. To celebrate, MarketPress released an interesting infographic. I think the most amazing figure mentioned here is the amount of code that has gone into WordPress. It’s over 200 thousand lines, which they estimate to equate to about 52 years worth of …

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Differences between using get_post() and WP_Query()

WordPress gives developers a number of ways to grab post content from the database. A lot has been written about the differences between using query_posts(), get_posts() and WP_Query, with WP_query being generally favored in most situations. But there is another method called get_post() which can fetch content for a single post, page or custom post …

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