Two free webinars: eBooks & WordPress

I’m very happy to be participating in the next Carterette Series webinars sponsored by the Georgia Library Association on Wednesday, January 18 from 2 – 4:15 PM. Registration is free. The always awesome Kate Sheehan […]

Using WordPress to Build Library Websites – ALA eCourse

It’s been such a busy couple of weeks that I didn’t have time to post about the WordPress ecourse that Amanda Goodman and I will be offering through ALA. It starts in Jan 16, 2012 […]

Drupal is from Mars, WordPress is from Venus

I’m way behind on posting conference presentation slides here. First up is “Drupal is from Mars, WordPress is from Venus”. This was a fun WordPress vs. Drupal smackdown at the CT Library Association meeting earlier […]

WordPress Workshop at Internet Librarian

Had a terrific first day at Internet Librarian yesterday. Taught a preconference workshop on WordPress with Kyle Jones, who skyped in and was the sage voice from behind the screen – very Wizard of Oz! […]

Disappearing WordPress Visual Editor?

This is one of those days when WordPress is making me crazy. For no apparent reason, the visual editing tool bar has disappeared. It was there earlier, but gone now. I ran the upgrade to […]

Blogs as websites – CIL2009

Computers in Libraries – Blogs as websites session – Track E105 Aaron Schmidt – DC Public Library 10 reasons to use wordpress to create your website Free – – remotely hosted version of WordPress, […]

Playing with new themes

Testing out some new themes this week. Comparing how they work here in a single user install of WordPress and the multiuser version, WordPress MU. In a couple of weeks, I’ll be teaching a class […]