State of the Word 2012

Thoughts from Matt Mullenweg’s 2012 State of the Word given at WordCamp San Francisco this past weekend and that we may see arriving here on WordPress.com. The ability to create Galleries from images already in your Media Library and not necessarily only from images attached to your post. Continued integration of NUX (New User Experience)Continue reading “State of the Word 2012”

Hacked!? Not So Much: Your WordPress.com Account and Security

This past weekend a number of WordPress.com users discovered that a spam post promoting a “make money from home” scheme had been published on their websites without their prior knowledge or consent.  Many of those sites had not posted for some time while others had recently posted. What was common to them all, apparently, was the useContinue reading “Hacked!? Not So Much: Your WordPress.com Account and Security”

Blogging: Real Name or Pseudonym?

I began blogging under my real name but was I harassed and cyber stalked.   I deleted my original blog and started blogging again under a pseudonym.  After someone very close to us went through 18 months of a living hell due to identity theft, my friends and I made a pact.  We do not blogContinue reading “Blogging: Real Name or Pseudonym?”

How to write a great bug report

As someone who frequently answers questions in the WordPress.com community support forums, the following suggestions from the JetPack blog on how to write a bug report are really excellent. “Often bug reports don’t include enough information. Meaning we have go back and ask for details so we can investigate. If you want to increase theContinue reading “How to write a great bug report”