I am testing liveblog plugin from Automattic.
8 Oct., 2012 – I don’t think it worked very well, so I will have to try it again when I’m at another event. Stay tuned.
I’m decompressing in Nottingham, England with two great friends after WordCamp U.K. It was such a great learning, giving and networking event. I was just looking at the #wcuk twitter feed and saw something I have to tell you about from one of the attendees.
In WordPress, there are some little things called Plugins. From the WordPress.org site you can find the following definition:
Plugins are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress…Plugins offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific needs.
These little gems make your life easier when you set up your blog. There’s always a lot of conversations about what plugins to use, which ones are better, etc. We will talk about plugins some more in our upcoming travel blogger 101 course.
I told you in the “have you ever been to a WordCamp” post that I missed the Plugin Talk by Michael Kimb Jones at WordCamp U.K. in Edinburgh, Scotland, as I opted to go to the How To Create A Web Magazine” Talk instead. Kimb have just tweeted about it as he’s posted the list on his blog (scroll down to the last entry).
I met Kimb after his WOW Plugins Talk and the guy is very personable and promised that he’d give a list of the Plugins and he has indeed in that post. Apparently, he’s been doing this since WordCamp UK 2009 and have now created a Website called WOWPlugins.com to showcase them. This is a must view Web site in your arsenal once he gets it going. Go check it out and let me know what you think and which plugins are you currently using or have heard others talk about.