…and I am typing this in the new Gutenberg editor.
- Most other Gawker sites, really.
- Any website mentioning the name “Hunter Moore”
- Every alternative weekly ever.
- Yahoo News Slideshows
- Anything still hosted at a blogspot.com domain
Some of the basics of product management, from A List Apart, for both of you wondering what I’ve been doing for the last couple years: Product Management for the Web.
Not everything applies, and there are a lot of assumptions in this about Agile and the size of the organization involved, but it’s a good overview.
As a Twitter user, I want a way to automatically unfollow users who mention specific terms with a certain sentiment, so that I can easily filter out people with which you just can’t argue.
- This tool should use the latest version of OAuth to allow the user to connect their Twitter account to the application.
- This tool should allow the user to enter a keyword or keywords into a text field, then choose an emotional state (probably limited to positive/negative in the first iteration) to filter on.
- For example, a user might search for positive mentions of “McRib”
I really like what Daniel is doing with his “statuses” in WordPress. Assume this is a custom post type. I think he started blogging these while taking a(nother) break from Twitter.
In his RSS feed, these show up with a plain title of “Status” — I find this to be sort of amusing.