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Everyday’s a WPMu day @ bava

Today was quite a day in WordPress Multi-User (WPMu) land for me. I am finally starting to crank out some support documentation for UMW Blogs, it should be all done by next week. I’ll post when it is relatively complete … Continue reading

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MistyLook theme for bbPress

Well, out of necessity more than skill I hacked Refueled’s bbPress theme port of Superbold by gorotron. The theme was really nicely done, and the CSS was clean (at least before I got my mitts on it), so I took … Continue reading

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Commentpress, Interactive Libraries, and WPMu

Image used courtesy of Jessamyn‘s CC Flickr photos. “And then I realized… like I was shot… like I was shot with a diamond… a diamond bullet right through my forehead.” Captain Kurtz in Apocalypse Now I saw Will Richardson’s post … Continue reading

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Mary Rowlandson meets Commentpress

I have set up a WordPress Multi-User test of CommentPress, a theme brought to you by the fine folks at The Future of the Book (in particular Bob Stein, Jessie Wilbur, and Eddie Tejada). This theme is absolutely sick (a … Continue reading

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Semiologic Theme: WordPress as a CMS that much closer

Once again, Mario A. Nuñez-Molina is fueling this blog and I can’t thank him enough. He recently turned me on to the Semiologic theme for WordPress -designed by Denis de Bernardy- which really pushes the possibilities for thinking about a … Continue reading

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