WP Daily has a nice collection of WordPress 10th anniversary cakes and blog posts from this weekend. It's a tremendous achievement what WordPress has made possible in the last ten years, and I look forward to many years to come. Founders Mike Little and Matt Mullenweg's posts on 10 years of WordPress are particularly noteworthy.
What is a “headless” WordPress site? Is it a good option for you? What does headless WordPress offer in speed, security, and scalability?
Matt Medeiros sits down with JR Farr and Tony Perez to talk about what’s it like to be acquired. JR MOJO Marketplace was acquired by EIG four years ago, while Tony’s company Sucuri recently was acquired by GoDaddy. It’s a nice discussion on the thoughts and emotions you go through selling a company, and discuss…
Sharing without a strategy. Blogging without a plan. Connecting without an angle. Maybe that’s how Tumblr shines?
Simon Ward, of Pingable, shares 20 design trends he sees in WordPress themes this year. I think his take is mostly accurate, even if I’m not a big fan of some of them. h/t Mike Schinkel.
An email spam campaign disguised as being from Yoast is making the rounds. If you get an email from Yoast linking to their latest post, be sure to verify the sender and the link before you click it. According to Joost de Valk, they may not be the only site being targeted.
Here are some other recent links to share regarding Gutenberg: If you haven’t seen Morten Rand-Hendriksen talk at WordCamp US, I would highly recommend it. He also has two articles on LinkedIn: one high level post on what we need to be aware of now and another covering his thoughts on the conditions for success…