Month: July 2018

Getting Ready for Gutenberg

Sometime in the fall, we will get WordPress 5.0. This new release is called Gutenberg after the 15th century Bible printer.  I have installed a beta version of it on a test website called gutenberg.johnastewart.org, and wrote this post using the new interface. Last week I attended a talk on the coming “Gutenpocalyse” at WPCampus 18. Many of […]

WP Campus 18 First Notes

This week, I’m attending WP Campus 18 in St. Louis, MO. For the conference, presenters are encouraged to create some sort of online artifact (usually a WP site) to share their slides and resources. Here’s mine. I’m really impressed by the conference in terms of some of the organizational things they are doing. Online artifacts […]

Hiking Val di Funes with the Bava

This one is a tad overdue but better late than never! As I mentioned in my last blog post, I had quite an enjoyable experience teaching abroad in Arezzo, Italy. One of the perks of the trip was an independent travel weekend where we had the opportunity to head north to visit my good friend […]
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