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You may be thinking, of course he’s going to be on the show, he’s the host! This week, I’m experimenting with the show by being the one who is interviewed instead of the other way around. My co-host Marcus Couch, will be the one asking the questions. Throughout the show’s (more…)

Since the creation of WordPress Weekly back in 2008, I’ve used Talkshoe.com to record the show in front of a live audience. Over the years, a number of people have subscribed to the iTunes feed provided by Talkshoe. Starting this week, I will no longer be using the Talkshoe iTunes (more…)

Ryan Sullivan and Rami Abraham of WPSitecare will be my special guests this week on WordPress Weekly. WP Site Care is a WordPress Support & Maintenance Company. The first time I discovered a company like WP Site Care was in 2009 which was around the time WP HelpCenter was created. (more…)

Beginning this Friday at 9P.M. Eastern, I’ll be back behind the microphone providing you with the news of the week around the WordPress ecosystem. I’ll also be interviewing some of the smartest people in the WordPress community that are making things happen. Unlike the previous episodes which were all conducted (more…)

It’s been a long time since I published any episodes of WordPress Weekly and it’s not without good reason. I am still in the middle of transitioning from one dwelling to another and this is the primary reason why I haven’t been able to produce an episode. During the past (more…)

I’m extending a personal invitation to those of you who were able to attend WordCamp San Francisco last weekend to call into the show to talk about your experience. I’m interested in hearing your thoughts on how the event was handled, the positives, negatives, and what you took away from (more…)

As I continue to produce the WordPress Weekly show every week, I’m beginning to notice that some of the greatest aspects of the show are not being put to good use. There are two main reasons why I continue to produce WordPress Weekly. The first is that I’m continuing to (more…)

It’s a bit short notice I know, but I’ve been dealing with things behind the scenes. At any rate, to kick off our new Tuesday recording schedule, we’ll be interviewing Andy Peatling, lead developer of BuddyPress. The last time we had Andy on the show was December 19th, 2008. As (more…)

This week on WordPress Weekly, I have the privilege of interviewing both Randy Hoyt of AmesburyWeb who will discuss making WordPress work for business oriented sites while Scott Clark, co-author of the Pods plugin will discuss using WordPress as a CMS. Both of these guys presented at WordCamp Dallas two (more…)

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up regarding the next few weeks of WordPress Weekly. This Friday won’t feature any guest interviews but instead, we’ll take time out to discuss the news of the past two weeks and catchup on other things that are happening within the community. For (more…)