The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here's an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,500 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 58 trips to carry that many people.
Click here to see the complete report.
I must admit I’m a late adopter when it comes to writing as for the longest time, I’m happy with WordPress.
Out of curiosity, I’ve just tried Medium today and WOW… this is impressive. With this layout, I guess it feels liberating (?!) than ever now to pen your thoughts.
Gotta try it soon. Only when I know what I’d like to write about.
I had an ever heated conversation with my colleagues about CMS. As for the client’s benefit, i would like to look for something straightforward, easy to use, fool-proof, IT-idiot, user friendly and makes common sense.
So far i still think WordPress is the best. It proves itself again today for me. My standard of CMS should be of WordPress’s.
Instruction from WordPress
I was playing around with customization for my blog today and find this awesome-looking Twitter timeline in Twitter Widgets page.
I’d like to have one of this embedded onto my blog but i can’t seem to get the code working. All it turns out to be is just raw code lines on the front page. I’ve been searching for a solution on the interwebs and seems like i’m not the only person who encounters this issue. Anyways, there’s a question raised about whether WordPress is still supporting the integration for Twitter widget and it has not been addressed.
I would need to search for more clues from Google.
I’ve got this 5-star batch today when i’ve just got the 5th like on my blog.
Love the encouraging feel it has when i’ve got the badge. I’m just wondering what available badges out there to grab and what i will get from collecting all these badges?