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June 16th, 2009

The cnp_studio Team Joins the Voce Famiglia

Last February I posted a note here about the fact that we were formalizing a partnership with the team at Voce Communications. We had worked closely with the team at Voce on a number of great projects and since then the partnership this has only grown. Today, I’m excited to say the partnership has resulted […]

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June 11th, 2009

WordCamp Orlando Coming December 5, 2009

WordPress has been an amazing platform for our business and has an even more amazing community surrounding it. As a result, I’m both proud and excited to say we’re currently planning Orlando’s first WordCamp for this December 5, 2009. The lack of BlogOrlando this year left a bit of a void in the Orlando area’s […]

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June 8th, 2009

Building a Better WordPress Live Blog with P2

Today is the kick-off of WWDC and specifically the keynote (1p.m. eastern) where we learn about the next device we’ll be buying. To keep up we’ll be following Gizmodo’s Live Blog of the event for several reasons: Brian Lam and his team over at Gizmodo are the best damn live-bloggers out there. They’ll post it […]

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August 17th, 2008

State of the Word: WordCamp 2008

Each year at WordCamp San Francisco Matt Mullenweg gives his “State of the Word” speech. The talk always includes some great stats to show the health of the platform and here are some highlights… User Suggestions A number of features added to WordPress in its releases come from suggestions people submit through the WordPress.org site. […]

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August 16th, 2008

At WordCamp San Francisco

Sean and I are at the Mission Bay Conference Center this morning for WordCamp 2008. I’ll try to do some posts throughout the day. Sean is picking up where Josh left off as the event photographer, so keep an eye out for his photo stream. Matt opens things up at WordCamp 2008 Photo credit: Sean […]

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August 14th, 2008

WordCamp San Francisco 2008

WordCamp San Francisco is coming up this Saturday and I’m pretty stoked about it. Since last year’s WordCamp our team has developed projects for some of the biggest brands out there (Sony, eBay, Yahoo), released a few plugins, and developed a site hosted on WordPress VIP. Bottom line is it’s been a good year for […]

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July 31st, 2008

Controlling the Max Width of Images Uploaded to WordPress Admin

I was asked the following today in regards to a WordPress site: Is there any way for me to load a photo into an item and stretch it so that it just fills the column but doesn’t overfill? My first thought was resize your photo before you upload it. Then my second thought was upload […]

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July 25th, 2008

New Site: RealDanLyons.com

If you don’t know Dan Lyons you may know his alter-ego, Fake Steve Jobs. Dan Lyons is a technology columnist for Newsweek and the creator of The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs. Dan decided it was time to walk away from Fake Steve, but still needed an outlet to discuss what’s on his mind. We […]

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July 13th, 2008

WordPress iPhone App Coming Soon

I was lucky enough to get my hands on a new iPhone while out in California last week, so I’ve spent the weekend playing with that. Coming from my Blackberry 8200 this has been a long overdue upgrade. Sadly, the launch of the iPhone Apps store did not include the WordPress iPhone App (Raanan assures […]

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April 8th, 2008

cnp_studio Gets a Mention on the WordPress Publisher Blog

Raanan over at the WordPress Publisher Blog just posted a note about our involvement with the PlayStation Blog (and that it’s running WordPress). He specifically references our recent post that took a more in-depth look at the work behind the project. The Publisher Blog highlights some of the lesser known features of WordPress, interesting plugins […]

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