Monthly Archives: July 2007

Commentpress, Interactive Libraries, and WPMu

“And then I realized… like I was shot… like I was shot with a diamond… a diamond bullet right through my forehead.” Captain Kurtz in Apocalypse Now I saw Will Richardson’s post that Budd the Teacher had set up a … Continue reading

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Deep Thought #453: Porting the ELS Blogs WPMu install to a new domain

“Without order nothing can exist – without chaos nothing can evolve.” – Unknown Picture used courtesy of Ivanomak I spent most of the last two days (and all of today well into this evening -meaning now) finishing up a transfer … Continue reading

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More than one way to skin a class with WPMu

We have been experimenting at some length with WordPress Multi-User at UMW as of late. Now I have focused almost exclusively on creating course spaces using a series of distributed feeds. In short, students feed out their posts by particular … Continue reading

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ELS Blogs rock!

Even if I must say so myself. Ok, so Gardner Campbell is at it again with ELS Blogs and the results are nothing short of amazing -did you expect any less from him? I try and keep up with the … Continue reading

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Semiologic Theme: WordPress as a CMS that much closer

Once again, Mario A. Núñez Molina is fueling this blog and I can’t thank him enough. He recently turned me on to the Semiologic theme for WordPress -designed by Denis de Bernardy- which really pushes the possibilities for thinking about … Continue reading

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divShare plugin for WordPress and WPMu

Recently I have been corresponding with Mario A. Núñez Molina, a professor at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus, who has been also working on integrating a WPMu blogging solution (RUM Edublogs) for the College of Arts and Sciences. … Continue reading

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WPMu Smackdown: RSS, Autoblogs, Aggregators, o-matics, and more…

So, it’s just about time to ckeck-in on the work that has been happening on the WordPress Multi-User front. First and foremost, Gardner Campbell is my Godhead. He is teaching two classes this Summer session and they are already abuzz … Continue reading

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