Todd of MyFreePOS.net has recently shared with me his view on Windows 7 vs XP, responding to a prior guest post on my blog. Below I reproduce his utterly profound and well-written comments on this matter.
Is WordPress.org violating the GPL? – A fresh angle on the GPL vs. non-GPL wordpress themes and plugins debate
There is a never-ending dispute on whether it is legal or not to put WordPress themes and plugins under a license different than the GPL. The WordPress.org hardliners want to make us dogmatically believe that we can’t. In a prior article I already argued that you actually can, and here is one more fresh angle on this topic.
I think most developers of free /open source software sooner or later find themselves in the dilemma how much support they are ready to provide for free. Well, I certainly found myself in it that dilemma. Here’s what I did about it… Read more >>
Recently I’ve been increasingly getting contact form messages with “SEO Service” offers that “guarantee to get me on the first page of Google”. Interestingly, most of them supply www.yahoo.com as their website URL. WTF?
Brands. They are everywhere. Cars, electronics, sportswear… Even food. In every-day life, wherever a product is publicly visible, the manufacturers take care their brand is visible, too. When we drive our car, we showcase their brand. When we carry a newly bought computer home, we showcase their brand on the package. Heck, where I live, even the supermarket plastic bag is showcasing the supermarket’s brand. In our every-day “off-line” life, we don’t really expect a product – any product – to come unbranded.1 What about our on-line life? Read more >>
- There are exceptions, of course. The branding needs to be adequate. Nobody would buy an Armani smoking with a fat shiny Armani sign on the back, even if Armani may like the idea of a dinner banquet full of Armani logos. [↩]
After delivering to the WordPress community one of the first and most comprehensive table of contents plugins for WordPress, hackadelic.com extends the content navigation experience to any Internet user regardless of the viewed website via its newest provision: TOCMonkey. Read more >>
MS Windows – is there a more controversial operating system? Everybody seems to “hate” it, but yet, one way or the other, it seems we can’t live without it. Vista was a disaster (guess why I know), but is Windows 7 really that good as its heavy marketing tries to make us believe?
In this guest post, Bob Newman shares his experience with Windows 7 compared to Windows XP. Enjoy. Read more >>