WordPress has just released a 2.0.2 security release and is a must upgrade if you want to keep your blog safe.
One month after the release of WP2, the WP team has released WordPress 2.0.1 and is now available for download.
ABC News reports: Internet users can take just one-twentieth of a second to decide whether they like the look of a website, researchers say. Dr Gitte Lindgaard and colleagues from Carleton University in Ottawa flashed up websites for 50 milliseconds and asked participants to rate them for visual appeal. When they repeated the exercise after a longer viewing period, the participants’ ratings were consistent.
Here is what some people think about it: – Mike Little’s entry – Robert’s entry – TheBisch’s Post And since Owen has asked why, I thought I might answer it. I’m currently running WordPress 2.0 on my demo blog.
Found this good link which has a detailed listing with mini-explanations of the various services that Google offers. Read: The Ultimate Guide to Google Services
I’m surprised it is still not out on the Dev Blog, but you can download WordPress 2.0. WordPress 2.
Connections Reloaded 1.2.2 is now out.
AP reports: Yahoo has introduced email folder which will fetch data from RSS feeds that you specify. This comes as a major move from the traditional method of receiving emails as well as the usual method of fetching RSS feeds and displaying it on a web page. Currently in beta with plans to release it to a portion of their customers.
Matt writes: Weâ€™ve decided to open up WordPress.com for signups without invites for a bit. The service has been scaling very well since we got the problems from the move worked out.
The highly popular Wordpress just got better. The authors have released Beta-1. Users who want to give it a try please note: It is a BETA release.