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#1 -State of the Word 2020: WordPress Moves Toward Full Site Editing
#2 - In 2021, we need to fix America’s internet
#3 - Introducing Learn WordPress
#4 - Death of an Open Source Business Model
#5 - Own your website content to control the experience
#6 - BuddyPress 7.0.0 Adds 3 New Blocks and Admin Screens for Member and Group Type Management
We Interview The Course Whisperer Are You Making These 5 online Course Mistakes? Cindy Nicholson is a former teacher and corporate trainer who helps entrepreneurs design and develop online courses that get real results. She calls herself the Course Whisperer for her keen ability to turn the incredible knowledge of her clients into effective and engaging learning material. After years of creating training programs in the corporate world, Cindy wants to help entrepreneurs level up their online courses so that they create loyal, raving fans. https://www.thecoursewhisperer.co ...
My 300th WP-Tonic show I never thought when I started the show “three and half years ago” that I would get to my 300 episode!! I would personally like to thank all my guests and especially the panel that come regularly on my Friday WP-Tonic’s round-table show. I also want to say a big thanks to YOU the listeners of the podcast and viewers on my YouTube channel and those that watch the shows live on WP-Tonic’s Facebook page HERE’S A BIG THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!! Here’s This Weeks News Stories That We Discussed This Week 1- How One Company Scammed Silicon Valley. And How It Got Caught. “BAD BLOOD Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/21/books/review/bad-blood-john-carreyrou.html Elizabeth Holmes Theranos John Carreyrou: Veteran investigative journalist at The Wall Street Journal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Carreyrou This week in startups Jason Calacanis interview with John Carreyrou E617: WSJ’s John Carreyrou shares his investigative reporting on Theranos, including latest & breaking: CMS declares the co. an immediate public health threat & Walgreens suspends testing. http://thisweekinstartups.com/john-carreyrou-wsj/ 2 - The Small-Business WordPress Developer Code of Honor https://wpshout.com/the-small-business-wordpress-developer-code-of-honor/ Jason Witt says https://jasonawitt.com/ This is great and all, but you totally missed addressing the elephant in the room. The client’s budget vs the client’s expectations. In every project I’ve ever worked on for a small business the client had these huge ideas for their site but when it came down to it, I gave them a realistic price for their huge ideas, the simply did not have the budget for it. This is when the client starts to race to the bottom to try and get the most ...
Every Friday at 8:30 am PST we host the WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech round-table show where we discuss the latest WordPress and the general web news of the week. You can also watch the show LIVE on our WP-Tonic’s Facebook Group Page & YouTube channel. This Week Stories For Discussion #1 - ACF Solicits Lifetime License Holders for Contributions, Urging Them to Purchase Annual Subscriptions https://wptavern.com/acf-solicits-lifetime-license-holders-for-contributions-urging-them-to-purchase-annual-subscriptions #2 - How Jack Dorsey Failed Twitter https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/11/jack-dorsey-failed-twitter-parag-agrawal-will-be-way-better.html #3 - Ask the Bartender: Should I Use a Page Builder or Wait for Block Themes? https://wptavern.com/ask-the-bartender-should-i-use-a-page-builder-or-wait-for-block-themes #4 - On User Tracking and Industry Standards on Privacy https://css-tricks.com/on-user-tracking-and-industry-standards-on-privacy/ ...