Thanks to my job at Urban League, I’ll be headed up north to San Francisco for the Wordcamp 2007 conference. Looks like it will feature a number of great speakers on the schedule. I won’t be liveblogging, but hopefully I’ll have a recap when I return.
(Update: I’ve changed plugins to provide OpenID. See this post.)
Comments can now be signed with OpenID, thanks to this plugin.
Thanks to a plugin by Alex King, this blog now has a Mobile edition, so it’s readable on a PDA. To get the plugin, check out his plugin page.
I’ve reimplemented asides on this blog, thanks to this tutorial on implementing asides with Cutline. I’ve talked about making asides briefly before.
Automattic » WordPress Widgets– Making it a lot easier to edit the sidebar (and possibly more) of your WordPress blog. Supports RSS, so you can already do a lot. It’s already a function of WordPress.com. (via Andy Skelton)
The Lyceum Project– Another way to install multiple WordPress blogs, besides of course WordPress MU and all the other ways (via Boing Boing)
Finally upgraded to WordPress 2.0. Not a monumentual leap over the previous version, but still good. The plugins I use are working better actually than they were before.
Seed Magazine was rebuilt with Movable Type. Here’s how it was done.
Not that it hasn’t been done before, as Matt Haughey had an article on using Movable Type for all sorts of sites.
Of course, nice websites can be built with WordPress as well, like California Connected. They even allow trackback. I wish I could find the blog post that talks about why they chose it over Movable Type.
Make your own linkblog with WordPress-put them on side or inside your blog