WordPress News Digest for Sunday, June 29, 2014

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Colorado Mountain College

By / — A pretty cool case study we released last week on creating a WordPress-powered website for Colorado Mountain College. This post is part of the thread: Crowd Favorite – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more… More →

EP93 – Things to think about before getting into WordPress themes – June 30 2014

By / — On this episode of WPwatercooler we will be discussing things to think about before starting a WordPress theme company. This part one of a three part series on starting a WordPress theme business. The post EP93 – Things to think… More →

How to Easily Export Email Addresses from a WordPress Site

By / — Easily grab all the emails for users and commenters on your site. More →

I’ve trimmed my draft blog post list for http://al…

By / — I’ve trimmed my draft blog post list for http://alexking.org down to 99 – I think I’ll start calling them “problems”. More →

Just learned there are people out there that don’t…

By / — Just learned there are people out there that don’t use the “week starts on Monday” calendar view. Savages. More →

The First Micro Four Third Lenses You Should Buy

By / — The Panasonic 20mm f1.7 pancake lens is my everyday lens, and I also have the Olympus 45mm f1.8 that they recommend as a portrait lens. I’m actually quite happy with the nice small body, the two fast lenses and little… More →

The Internet’s Superpac

By / — I just made a contribution – please consider making one as well.# More →

Ugh Fine, I’m Buying a Moto 360

By / — I’m tempted by the 360, but I think I’ll probably pass on it – at least for now. That’s assuming people will figure a way to hack iOS support into is pretty quickly, otherwise it’s a non-starter for me.# More →

Withings Activité

By / — This is definitely more than a little appealing. Unfortunately: 1. It’s not shipping (yet) 2. It doesn’t have a way of receiving notifications I’d love to stop carrying a separate Fitbit and watch. My experience with the Pebble has shown… More →

WordCamp Miami

By / — More than a little overdue, but better late than never – here are some photos from WordCamp Miami 2014. The full set is up on Flickr. More →