Archive for November, 2009

Spell (and Grammar) Check Blog Posts

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Just received a kind comment from Tyson (thank you Tyson) on my blog post about gmail. I clicked on the link from the email and read the blog post again. Not sure if I had written it at a late night or what, I found quite a few typos and grammar errors in the post […]

Secure WordPress Websites

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Two of my favorite sessions of WordCamp NYC 2009 were: Locking Down the Chastity Belt on WordPress Security by Brad Williams Writing Secure Plugins by Mark Jaquith [slides here] There are real threats out there and there are real sites being hacked. Sure, you could be the lucky guy who can stay safe. But, instead […]

WordCamp NYC 2009

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

WordCamp NYC 2009 was a great event. With 8 tracks, over 50 sessions, it was impossible to attend all sessions I wanted to but I did manage to check out quite a few things during these two short days. WordPress MU It was a little surprising when Andrea_R said that when approached for a CMS […]

Find out what visitors search on your site

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Many sites have in-site search. Visitors can type in a keyword in a search box and find relevant information within the website. For a site owner, you might want to know what people search for on your site. Google Analytics Site Search can do exactly this for you. If you already have Google Analytics set […]

New Circle President will Speak at Wordcamp NYC 2009

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Together with Perry Hewitt, New Circle president Lin Chen will speak at Wordcamp NYC 2009. Here is the program summary: Case Study: Harvard Gazette. Within a three-month period, the Digital Communications team and its partners planned, implemented, and launched a new online version of the nearly 100-year old Harvard Gazette. The business goal was to […]