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Recent migrations to and from Wordpress. Mostly to:
Insights into Automattic: the folks behind Wordpress
looks like a good one-hour intro to setting up wordpress:
Tutorial for the bare-bones WP plugin. It does nothing!
The case for Wordpress as CMS:
Reaction of bringing PHP to Google's AppEngine: overwhelmingly positive!
A blogging-only platform that's trying to capture the blogging crown that wordpress seem unconcerned with:
Some free wordpress themes have evil inside them. See how to tell:
what's up with wordpress 3.6?
Interesting plugin: "Send to Kindle" what's the business opportunity here?
I'm not much of a WordPress guy, but these look like useful plugins for sure:
good, basic wordpress security tips:
discussion of the "big 3" opensource CMSs. highlight for me is the graph of learning curves!
Bit of a sticky wicket in making money off of Wordpress themes:
the "big 3" of open source CMSs compared, by somebody who obviously hasn't installed Wordpress lately.
How to add a Google Calendar to Joomla! or Wordpress, it's all in the iframe:
Infographic about wordpress' dominance in the CMS market, not exactly unbiased and short on references.
CMS migration tool. Big plans, but skimpy current functionality, only Joomla to Wordpress.
There are still SEO 'experts' out there that claim that you shouldn't use a CMS? Total hooey!