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Barry Abrahamson, the CTO of WordPress.com, was recently interviewed by the folks over at Frantic.com during their Frantic Day event. While the interview didn’t contain any brand new information, I thought Barry’s response to the question “How do you see the future of Content Management Systems. What will change and (more…)

This week on WordPress Weekly, our special guest will be Cory Miller of iThemes.com. I first met Cory back in 2008 at WordCamp Dallas which was my first WordCamp event that I attended. At that time, iThemes was a brand new company looking to innovate the commercial WordPress theme space. (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…)

In this episode, we covered the headlines of the week, most notable is the open letter published to the NextGen Gallery community. Most of the show was dedicated to an interview with Dusty Davidson of Flywheel.com, a WordPress hosting company catering to designers, freelancers, and creative agencies. What does that (more…)

David and I have an intertwined past as it relates to WordPress. While I was getting my feet wet writing about the project, David already had a few years of experience writing about WordPress on BloggingPro. In fact, he has over 130 archived pages dedicated to his name on BloggingPro. (more…)

The Theme Foundry recently released a brand new commercial theme into the market called Collections. Collections is a beautiful theme that puts all of the focus on the content. I’m used to seeing themes with a left or right sidebar with widgets in the footer but this theme doesn’t have (more…)

Bob Dunn who is the author of BobWP.com has published an excellent interview with Samuel Wood otherwise known as Otto42. In the interview, we learn the origin of his nickname Otto. However, I think one of the most interesting points in the interview are Otto’s thoughts on plugins. If I (more…)

WPRemote is a quick and easy way to monitor multiple websites all for the price of free. However, they’ve recently launched a $5.00 per month/per site automatic backup plan. I caught up with the founders of this small service to see what their plans were for the future. What is (more…)