It doesn’t show up on the main page, but a Google crawl of the Eircom Spiders site reveals that it has been hacked and is being used to sell Viagra and other prescription drugs. Dublin web expert Antonie Geerts was looking for the shortlists for the Awards this evening; he was surprised to see a Google results page offering […]
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Much of today’s internet is built on WordPress: there’s one wordpress site for every 101 people on the planet! It’s free and open-source, extendible as a platform for plugins, relatively secure and reliable. A large part of its success is based on the fact that it’s open source. Volunteer developers from all over the world contribute to its development. […]
On February 11th thousands of websites will join in an online protest against mass surveillance. If you’re reading this post directly on our site you’ll probably see the banner down the bottom of the page. What’s it all about? Watch this short video to get the background and some insights into it: If you’d like […]
10 years ago today Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little released the first version of WordPress.Statista have released a simple little graphic to illustrate the growth in popularity of the blogging software / CMS:
We really like Zemanta, so this infographic caught my eye: (To find out more about how we use Zemanta check this.) Do you use Zemanta? Which features do you like?
Remember the Instagram debacle? While the company may have listened to users’ outrage (and there was a lot of that.. ) they’ve still made changes to their terms of service, although the changes are much less drastic than the originally planned ones. In an email sent to users of the service today the company underlines […]