The difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org

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WordPress is a popular, robust and flexible content management system. WordPress.com is a site where people can sign up for an account. WordPress.org is a site where people can download the free software to set up a WordPress installation somewhere else. My favorite analogy for explaining the difference between the two is that WordPress.com is… Read more »

Why a “hack week” based on tools won’t create better stories

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The Verge, a Vox Media site that focuses on culture and technology issues, is letting its writers run wild with online story formats for what they’re calling “Verge Hack Week.” There’s also a focus on future-thinking content and editorials. Editor Nilay Patel explains: This week we’re totally blowing up our site: we’ve given our reporters… Read more »