• WordPress & Automattic: Matt Mullenweg - How I Built This with Guy Raz

    Matt Mullenweg turned his early passion for blogging into a flourishing business and an unshakeable idea: that users should be able to share and tweak the code that powers their websites, and that most of those tools should be free to use. As far back as college, Matt was collaborating with far-flung fellow-coders to make blogging less clunky and more elegant and intuitive. Around 2005, he pitched the idea for Wordpress.com to his bosses at CNET, but they turned him down, so he launched the idea on his own, eventually tucking the service into a nascent umbrella company called Automattic. Today—after many twists and turns—the company has nearly 2000 employees and a valuation of $7 billion; and Wordpress powers more than 40% of the websites on the internet.  See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


    Ich bin inzwischen kein besonders großer WordPress Freund mehr, aber das war trotzdem sehr interessant zu hören.

  • Gestern auf dem Weg zur Probe (nach vier Monaten Coronapause). Hamburg ist schon photogen.

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  • Discover Free Online Courses & MOOCs • Class Central

    Love to learn? Discover thousands of FREE online courses and MOOCs from top universities and companies on Class Central.


    Im Newsletter vom DenseDiscovery habe ich von der Existenz von Class Central erfahren, eine Seite mit unzähligen, kostenlosen Kursen zu zahlreichen Themen. Ein Blick lohnt sich bestimmt.

  • Make good art

    Because I really need to hear this right now. And remember that whatever discipline you are in, whether you are a musician or a photographer, a fine artist or a cartoonist, a writer, a dancer, a designer, whatever you do you have one thing that's unique. You have the ability