At New York Times and around New York City museums and parks.
Captcha is broken – now what? The Guardian. I was quoted in today’s Guardian, which consistently has some of the best tech coverage around.
In Brooklyn, New York for dinner with Liz and Jane’s going away party.
Riding the Crazyhorse: Iterative Testing and Design of WordPress. If that sounds like something you’d want to see at SxSW 2009 presented by Liz Danzico, Jane Wells, and yours truly then vote early and often. Polls close soon.
How Design Can Save Democracy. AIGA tackles election ballots.
Photos from WordCamp South Africa and Wembley Square afterward.
Arriving to Cape Town and geek drinks at Asoka.
- This hilarious set with the WordCamp sign
- Duane Storey’s
- Randy Stewart’s
- Ben Metcalfe’s
- Andrew Mager
- Nick from CNP’s
- Jenn Vargas
- Dennis Goedegebuure’s
- Mark Ghosh’s
- Byrne Reese’s (MT developer, a spy? :))
- Liz Danzico’s
- Chris Heuer’s
- Hugo Baeta’s
- Alan Levine’s
- Laura Iriarte’s
- Jeremy Person’s
- Niall Kennedy’s
- Douglas Bell’s
- Scott Beale’s
- Emily Chang’s
- The WordPress Tattoos 🙂
- Some funny ones from the WP Scavenger hunt
What about mine? Not quite yet.
The best ongoing coverage of WordCamp SF I’ve seen is on ZDNet today. If you post/Flickr use the tags “wordcamp” and “wordcampsf2008”. See also: Techcrunch’s coverage.
A dinner for speakers and Automatticians at Jack Falstaff preceding WordCamp SF 2008.
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Get A Gravatar Ready For WordCamp 2008 Badges. I think this is the first time Gravatars have gone physical. Really excited about it! They’re generated on the fly using PHP and the PDF library.
Matt’s Community Tags. This is the VERY BETA plugin I’m using for the community tagging on my photos, which allows people to submit tags which then go into a moderation queue to be approved or modified by an admin. Not recommended for general use yet, just getting it out there since a lot of people have asked about it.