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About TTPC &Blog Technology Isaac on 20 Feb 2007 08:30 am

WordPress Plugins

Since I already posted about the upgrade to WP2.1 this week, I thought I might as well post a list of the plugins I’m using. This should automatically update, since (as listed below) I’m using WP-Plugin List.

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9 Responses to “WordPress Plugins”

  1. on 20 Feb 2007 at 1:38 pm 1.Ryan said …

    Thanks Isaac. I don’t know if you stopped by, but over the weekend I began to “accessorize” the site. Since I’m on vaca. this week, I may have to play with your suggestions. Your site looks great, keep it up!

  2. on 20 Feb 2007 at 1:48 pm 2.Ryan said …

    One more thing, you may want to look into http://www.mybloglog.com. There are some cool widgets there, and when you join the community it connects you to other bloggers. It’s increased the traffic at our site. If you join, shoot me a message through the community.

  3. on 20 Feb 2007 at 4:37 pm 3.Isaac said …

    http://www.mybloglog.com looks interesting… I signed up, but their blog stat stuff is based on a remote script load and seems to track more user data (clicks and such) than I’m comfortable with…

  4. on 20 Feb 2007 at 6:43 pm 4.Ryan said …

    Why? Are there risks to this that I’m unaware of? Love to hear your thoughts.

  5. on 20 Feb 2007 at 8:17 pm 5.Isaac said …

    I don’t know that I’d say there are risks per se, but I know a fair number of people who are increasingly nervous about the volume of data collected about their web surfing habits, especially when this is done in an even-just-vaguely covert way, like with javascript from a third party site (the first two parties being the main site and the person viewing the site). Personally, I’m not hugely against this kind of thing and I take it as a given that most or all of my web surfing will be heavily tracked unless I proactively prevent it, but I fear driving away the tech-savvy privacy-cautious readers.

  6. on 20 Feb 2007 at 8:28 pm 6.Ryan said …

    That could be why you don’t see them on other tech. sites. I may reconsider their place on the site. Thanks

  7. on 28 Feb 2007 at 10:24 pm 7.TDavid said …

    Thank you for using the TD Word Count plugin :)

  8. on 25 Mar 2007 at 11:34 am 8.TD Word Count v0.42 now available at TD Scripts Wordpress mods said …

    [...] Teacher TabletPC [...]

  9. on 21 Mar 2008 at 8:22 pm 9.sevenpics said …

    wp-cache never worked for me.
    i tried 2 times.

    the worst case was when i had to convert a full geeklog based blog to wordpress, couple of hours doing this. (more than 3000 stories/articles)

    when i finally put the wordpress version online (I had huge traffic), the site went down.

    so, a friend told me wp is very “database heavy”. I tried to do Apache setting tuning, PHP.ini with wp-cache…nothing.

    I went back to geeklog and i using it…but i have another blog running WP too :P

    but my experience says that WP can’t handle HUGE traffics.