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WordPress for content management: The good, the bad and the ugly

Wordpress (WP) has enjoyed a great deal of success over the last several years. It’s a wildly popular publishing platform that’s gone from being just a tool for bloggers to a publishing system used by more traditional publishing sites (e.g., the Wall Street Journal magazine). In its most recent upgrade (version 3.0), a number of significant feature enhancements have pushed it further down the road towards become a more full-featured web content management system (CMS), garnering acclaim from many looking for Wordpress to evolve. Continue reading

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bits and bytes: Past and future

Tweet After years of maintaining a personal blog with professional bits scattered throughout, I finally decided to separate church and state, as it were, and this is the result. You’ll find my thoughts on digital strategy, web and mobile experience … Continue reading

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