As many know, I’m a geek and I love the history of computing. One of the most interesting software path is from a little known HTML engine called KHTML. KHTML was, and still is, used on a Linux Desktop Manager called KDE. KDE’s native file manager and browser (think Windows Explorer and Internet explorer, respectively)…

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WordPress keeps growing. Years ago, it used to be that 12% of the web was powered by WordPress, but now it is over 34% and growing. It is popular because it is very powerful and so easy that my mom could even get WordPress up and running with a YouTube video or two (you’re welcome,…

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Clockwork is heavily involved in 48in48.org. The concept is kind of crazy. We build 48 web sites in 48 hours for 48 non-profits. Last weekend, we did this in Atlanta (my home town), New York and Raleigh-Durham. At these events there are two main things that I help out with: 1) WordPress support and 2)…

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