I decided to clean install this blog’s WordPress installation. Why I did it, is best explained in running down the pro’s and con’s of doing so.
Ads can backfire, and your app can stink, if you try to cram too much through a narrow pipe.
Unfortunately, comment moderation is here to stay. One individual, posting under multiple identities, is to blame.
What to do when crowd-funding backers occasionally become abusive? I don’t have a perfect answer for this one, it’s more of a conversation starter.
First new plugin in awhile, this one uses cool new tech to fight spam.
GoDaddy has entered the Managed WordPress hosting business. Let’s take a first look.
Why, odds are, crowd intelligence platforms are bad for your business, and what you can do instead – for free.
As I recover from a (compromised) app spamming up my Twitter feed, I detail how Twitter’s recent marketing changes hurt the security of the service in general.
For at least a full month, I made a conscious decision to cease all social networking. I was busy trying to build a product, but I also learned some things about how and what I was social networking about. I learned some nifty things about what I missed, and what I should not miss doing […]