Brian Gardner It’s no secret I’m a fan of Google Fonts, but I’m also an huge advocate of Typekit Fonts as well. I love the variety of fonts that Google offers, and they are free to use, but once in a while I want to take my website to a higher level.
His name is Joeke-Remkus de Vries, but you can call him Remkus. You might know him by his online handle DeFries and you could have run into him at one of the many WordCamps around the world.
The first time I went to a WordCamp I knew absolutely no one there and that made me a bit nervous, to say the least. I didn’t really know what to expect. I’d been to a few really big tradeshows and some educational conferences, and expected some hybrid of that, which isn’t too far off, …
Berkeley As white supremacists go, Joey Gibson makes for a lousy one. For starters, he’s half Japanese. “I don’t feel like I’m Caucasian at all,” he says. Not to be a stickler for the rules, but this kind of talk could get you sent to Master Race remedial school.
While there haven’t been any major events or big new developments in the WordPress world this past month, a lot of work has gone into developing a sustainable future for the project. Read on to find out more about this and other interesting news from around the WordPress world in August.
Matt Mullenweg, CEO of Automattic and founder/director of the WordPress Foundation, recently wrote a blog post entitled “We Called it Gutenberg for a Reason”, which attempted to address the widespread concerns voiced about the direction of the new WordPress editor.
It’s been more than 70 years since we’ve seen a broad-based citizens movement against the power of monopoly. It’s long past time for one, and the following story is why. In late June, the European competition authority handed down a decision against Google for monopolizing the search market and suppressing rivals.