Tom McGee has been building web sites since 1995, and blogging here since 2006. Currently a senior developer at Seton Hall University, he's also a freelance web programmer and musician. Contact him if you have the need for a blog, web site, redesign or custom programming!
I use the E-Dynamics Events Made Easy plugin for several WordPress sites, and it is in fact pretty easy to set up and then display basic-basic lists of events. But it can do more, and It’s not quite as “easy” as advertised, though it’s pretty cool once you roll up your sleeves and start trying things out.
Oh, and caching: Some kind of caching please. One of our work sites was coming in at an average of 1049.56 ms (over the course of a week). We installed WP Super Cache and new times are coming in between 249 and 315 ms.
Well that may be overstating things a bit, but now that I’ve got your attention take a look at the Calais Viewer. Paste some text into the entry field and submit it, and it parses it for the specific meaning using natural language processing. My friend Eric Hoffer was a guest speaker at the Web […]