Well, another week has passed which means another edition of WordPress Weekly. In this episode, it was more like a free for all, talk about anything we want kind of deal. Although during the show, I did bring up a number of news items that I thought were worth discussing. (more…)

Wow. Episode 17 of WordPress Weekly went off pretty well. For those of you who couldn’t make it to the live version, Matt Mullenweg was the special guest but to my surprise, he also brought with him Andy Peatling, lead developer of the BuddyPress project. In this weeks episode, I (more…)

This week on WordPress Weekly, it was open mic week. However, it didn’t work out as I imagined and thankfully, I had a list of news items to use as a backup plan. It also helped that a couple of regulars who had some free time on their hand showed (more…)

WordPress Weekly Episode 15 featuring David Peralty, formerly of BloggingPro.com and SplashPress media has come and gone. I thought it was an hour and a half of excellent information, particularly for those who are interested in the topics related to the business of blogging. This podcast featured a mix of (more…)

Episode 14 of WordPress Weekly featured an hour and a half interview with Nathan Rice of NathanRice.net. We covered premium themes, the theme market, some of the pros and cons of Small Potatoes theme club model, the issue of finding things in themes that shouldn’t be there and much more. (more…)

Episode 11 of WordPress weekly features a one hour interview with Small Potato, formerly of WPDesigner.com. We’ll be talking about his inspiration that lead him to creating themes in WordPress, why he chose to work with WordPress and not another publishing platform, the reasons for WPDesigner going up for sale, (more…)