I’d like to do more blog posts and conference talks on business/freelancing, but not sure exactly what I should talk about.
At conferences and meetings with other freelancers, a common desire I hear is to shift more of their revenue from “trade-time-for-money” services to “mailbox-money / scalable” products. As a successful service provider with no plans to shift business models, I’d like to explain my reasoning and start a discussion.
I’ve spent the weekend cleaning up the content of my site. The biggest thing I’ve done is migrate all the code from all my posts to github. This might mess with feedreaders a bit (some might not include the code), but it will make maintaining the code much easier. Keeping WordPress from messing up code […]
Planning a vacation? Here’s some tips for maintaining your business so you’re ready to work when you get back.
If you’re in Austin for SXSW, come to my birthday party Monday night. We’re cooking an entire pig!
Here’s the summary of my talk for WordCamp Austin today. If you’re at WordCamp, use this to follow along.
My presentation from WordCamp Houston. I outline 5 useful tools for extending WordPress beyond blogs: Frameworks, Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies, Additional Sidebars, and Multiple Content Areas.
WordPress does a great job of telling you to upgrade when you log in. But if you don’t log in often, you might miss an important security update. This will notify you via email or RSS.
I was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 about the upcoming BIL Conferences – BIL2010 in February and BIL:UK in July.
(Originally posted on Building43, Rackspace’s community website) Frameworks have become all the rage in the development community. There’s Rails for Ruby, Blueprint for CSS, and now Thesis for WordPress. Thesis provides a wonderful base on which you can build your WordPress site. It was built with SEO in mind, and comes with extensive design options […]