wp Startbox

Brian Richards (@rzen) has developed a contender in the area of what I like to refer to as a ‘foundational’ theme — a WordPress starting point of sorts — on www.wpstartbox.com. After looking over its structure and configuration, I plan to use it almost exclusively for a starting point reference when beginning new WordPress site … Read More

WordPress is now 3.2… Hurray!

Yep, it’s true… If you need to upgrade, by all means Man! (and Woman!) Do so. Either within your control panel access if you’ve been granted admin rights, or have your web personnel do so for your organization. More info can be found at WordPress.org re: this fantastic Fourth o’ July release. Enjoy!

A peek at social networking’s impact

There’s no denying it — social media & networking is definitely here to stay. But what role it will play in the business world continues to evolve, and remains to be seen.

Thunderbird update

Mozilla’s popular mail client (that replaces email programs the equivalent of Outlook) just rolled out a newly enhanced version. Why this is noteworthy is due to the fact that it seems to have skipped a version — the previous version available was 3.1x — this new version is 5.0 . . . so it appears … Read More

Firefox 4 – yay! Default settings – boo!

The latest version of Firefox (v.4) had some quirks in its default setup, most notably for me being the loss of saved tabs — previously, the browser would (upon Quit or shut-down) allow me to choose to Save Tabs for restart/reopen, or choose to allow them to go by the wayside and start fresh… with … Read More

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