More love from Apple.com: “IMHO WordPress is the best single user blogging system available (did I mention its free?) […] I came accross this really simple tutorial on how to use WordPress as a podcasting engine … take a look at it. What is so amazing is how easy it really is! Before you know it, you’ll have thousands of listeners, be listed in the iTunes 4.9 Podcasting Directory, and be a media darling.” We’re turning the media darling thing into a plugin in 1.6. Hat tip: Pete Quily.
Has anyone used any of EMIC’s cluster systems? I hate it when websites make you contact them to get any useful information. Defeats the purpose of the web.
WordPress Ryan is coming to town so let’s show him a good time with a WP meetup. I’ll be hosting an after-party at my place.
Greasemonkey has gotten a bit of bad hype lately, but it’s still incredibly useful and relevant. Check out this user script that allows you to sort table rows in WordPress using Greasemonkey. BTW, a better sorting algo should be able to deal with no leading zeroes on rows.
Just a service announcement: for those of you on the Turing server the memory has been upgraded so it should be more stable now.
Speaking of Ecosystems, on Drupal buying Dell boxes.
The day after the Apple news comes TUAW asking WordPress: Most Mac-like Blogging Tool?. The comments are interesting too, someone points out another Apple weblog using WordPress that I had never heard about before.