I bet you didn’t know today that you wanted to play a game with Jay Z’s head eating cupcakes while his Pound Cake verse plays in the background, but you do. Use the keyboard instead of mouse and it’s way more challenging. (Also worth mentioning Childish Gambino had the best freestyle on Pound Cake.)
Somebody once told me, “Manage the top line, and the bottom line will follow.” What’s the top line? It’s things like, why are we doing this in the first place? What’s our strategy? What are customers saying? How responsive are we? Do we have the best products and the best people? Those are the kind of questions you have to focus on.
— Steve Jobs
Today we hear from two Automatticians: Nikolay talks about his first open source contribution ten years ago and the path his life has taken since, and Andrea says she “can’t wipe this grin off my face” at the start of a new journey.
WordPress 4.0, code-named Benny, is now available. The response so far has been great, over 200k downloads in just a few hours. Today we celebrate, watch the counter, and tomorrow go back to work on 4.1. For those following along at home, the 3.x series of WordPress was downloaded 300 million times.
Luca Sartoni writes The Rules of A/B Testing by Tyler Durden. “1st Rule: You don’t talk about A/B Testing.”