…and I am typing this in the new Gutenberg editor.
I’m starting a new job today as an Enterprise Growth Engineer on the WordPress VIP team at Automattic. I’m a little bit excited. If you know me at all, you know that no matter the title, my job in news has always been to evangelize for new technology to serve journalism. As a reporter, an […]
Remember when I remembered blogging? Hard to believe that was almost four months ago, but there it is. Meanwhile… Here’s what I did after I posted that real live actual blog post on my blog here at ryansholin.com: I wrote a Medium post from my phone. It was about Sleater-Kinney and writing and content management […]
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.
Workshop: Advanced WordPress with NYU’s Studio20: Daniel Bachhuber’s notes from a workshop with Jay Rosen’s students. Sound basics and key points of entry for advanced manipulation of content types, version control, and (as always with Daniel) a metadata layer of his thoughts on education.
Useful list of WordPress plugins for publishers: Plugins for publishers, April 2011 edition
A WordPress plugin to help readers correct your errors: MediaBugs, Scott Rosenberg’s Knight News Challenge-funded project, now for WordPress.
Let’s skip the usual rambling, expository introduction and get to the lists: Delicious is dying. Or it isn’t. Or it is. Depends on who you ask, I suppose. I like saving and tagging and sharing links. You may have noticed I worked for a company that made some tools to do that sort of thing. […]
Paragraph permalinks? How about the NYTimes.com-style permalink per sentence, as a WordPress plugin.
Want to import your old Delicious bookmarks to WordPress as posts? Delicious to WordPress importer.