Categories Asides Prince on WP Post author By Matt Post date August 19, 2007 11 Comments on Prince on WP Prince uses WordPress at 3121.com. Hat tip: Ben Yarbrough. Share this: Related Netcraft on WPJune 21, 2004In "Asides"Plazes on WPNovember 7, 2005In "Asides"WP at eBayMarch 7, 2008In "Asides" ← Salon on Mturk → Pibb is Web meets IRC 11 replies on “Prince on WP” Wow, even he uses WP, good on him. Although he needs to upgrade since he is using WP 2.0.5. HAHAHA That’s so funny. I built one of the first sites for Prince and Paisley Park back in 95-96 and they stiffed us for about $25k so going with freeware seems quite appropriate 😉 Am I the only one finding the text talk (in an official website nonetheless) annoying? w00kie: Yeah, but that’s been Prince’s style for years… most of the liner notes for his CDs (including lyrics for his songs) are done up that way. you mean like: “beautiful nrg emanating from crowd and per4mers” Yeah, just a bit. I bet they just have some sort of generator to replace those certain words. to = 2, because = becuz, tonight = 2nite. It is quite annoying. Maybe there should be a WordPress plugin that will generate “text talk” … like there is for Pirate Day. Or does one already exist … […] Yarbrough | Matt Technorati Tags: Blog, Blogging, Prince, WordPress, WordPress Software Share This […] There really is a plugin that will transform your perfectly understandable, nicely spell-checked text to leet speak—though why any sane person over age 13 would want to do this is beyond me. (Now, the pirate text—that’s another story.) Details are here: http://codein.at/projects/1337-leetspeak-wordpress-plugin/ […] 3121 …is proudly powered by wordpress. […] That’s nice, but someone needs to learn to spell… Comments are closed.