Aesop Beta

Merry Christmas Eve! I don’t know about you but I’m pretty excited and thankful for everything! Yesterday, I had a second interview with an amazing company, and was hired for a programming position. I still get to write code everyday in my pajamas, only now …

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Storytelling with WordPress

Lately I’ve been seeing a new trend developing with digital publishing; long-form interactive storytelling. It probably started long before this, but my first recollection of interacting with an engaging story on the web, was with NY Times Snowfall. Then a few months after that, I was …

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DMS Tech Comparison

PageLines DMS has launched. Let’s take a brief look at what makes DMS better than the “other dudes.” I’ve poured over the other guys documentation, have talked to current users, so everything here is 100% facts as far as I know. Please, feel free to correct …

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Site Build: Modern Farmer

Modern Farmer is print quarterly and website devoted to the people, policy, animals, plants, trends and technology of food and farming. These guys have a print magazine out at Barnes and Noble and other places like that. Truly amazing material, so it was really refreshing to …

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Price Increase

I’ve been actively developing third-party extensions for PageLines for nearly a year now, and in that time I’ve authored nearly 30 of them! Most of them are sections, but there’s a few great selling themes and plugins in the mix as well. It makes it easy …

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Steer Clear Bootstrap 3.0

I’m a huge fan of what @mdo and @fat have done with Bootstrap. PageLines utilizes the entire library and this markup has become a part of my life. Ingrained into memory, all the variables, syntax structures, and so on. Because it’s part of PageLines, clients …

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Product Tips

There’s literally hundreds of thousands of users utilizing PageLines as their WordPress framework of choice. I currently have 16 products selling on the store with another 2 under active development. The monthly checks from my sales, more than cover my rent (and them some). Next months check should be …

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