1. Custom Taxonomy as “Post Meta”

    I found this post while sorting through my old drafts and decided to go ahead and publish it rather than trashing it. Hopefully the code samples don’t break too badly in WordPress 3.9. I’ve talked a bit about when to use custom taxonomies and when to use custom fields/post meta (and how they can be…

  2. A wrist-worn doohickey for health tracking and notifications will become commonplace if a compelling product can hit the $199 price point.

  3. Siri, Still Not a Competent Digital Assistant

    So I tried Siri again today. I figured maybe it had improved since I tried it last a year or so ago. Me: What is a good place for lunch between here and {my destination}? Siri: This restaurant is near you: {restaurant info} (double-check, uh yep, that isn’t on the way – it’s actually in…

  4. What do I look for when #hiring? A curious tangential thinker with a great memory and completionist tendencies is a good place to start.

  5. It may not be true that 80% of success is just showing up, but not showing up will prevent success 100% of the time.

  6. Just learned there are people out there that don’t use the “week starts on Monday” calendar view. Savages.

  7. Colorado Mountain College →

    A pretty cool case study we released last week on creating a WordPress-powered website for Colorado Mountain College.

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