A few days ago, a WordPress theme author lamented that all the one-word names were taken. I wanted to refute his assertion by showing some captivating, dazzling, and alluring words were still available. I came across 32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language in my quest for inspiration. As creators, we have to think beyond mundane keywords like magazine, business, one page, etc. ∞
In What’s so bad about HTML Comments as structure?, Greg Schoppe explores the problems of using HTML comments instead of an existing standard like JSON in the upcoming Gutenberg editor for WordPress.
After grocery shopping today, some guy and his lady waited for me to put my groceries in my car and pull out just so they could get my space. I know that spot next to where you put your buggy is prime real estate in the Wal-Mart parking lot, but when there’s three parking spaces open next to me, I’m going to take my time and make sure you have a good, long wait while praying that some other ass swoops in and takes it at the last moment. ∞
The Art of Writing Sensationalist Headlines. I think it’d make for a cool e-book title. I wonder how much I could sell it for.
I’m always excited when WordPress adds a new feature. The first thing I do is try to extend it in some way to do something even more awesome. It doesn’t even matter if I have a particular need for the feature. I’m like a kid in a toy shop, playing around with all the new stuff. I’ve always assumed other devs were the same way, but it has been made clear to me that’s not always the case. ∞