Two new sites launch.
Last week’s post discussed how some practices and people—mostly straight white men—can blatantly make women feel unwelcome in the technology sector. This week’s post links to two articles about much subtler ways in which website interfaces themselves can marginalize people.
The problem of sexism in the technology sector got covered in the New York Times, so this was the perfect time to focus on some of the smaller ways gender bias works its way into technology.
Collaboratively administrate empowered markets via plug-and-play networks. Gumbo beet greens corn soko endive gumbo gourd. Draft Admiral of the Black smartly, “You talk of Mr Moseley’s pride. What about my gardener’s pride?”
It’s not that you shouldn’t follow me on Twitter, but I do my best to share the stuff I tweet on my blog once a month. Here that is for March.
This week, I give you a quick peek into my end-of-the-week routine and talk about how it helps me stay focused and productive.
A client project leads to a tutorial to get formatted tables into a useful WordPress plugin. Hopefully this post will help someone else who’s stuck!
In the third and final part of this series, I briefly cover the basics of adding “Custom Taxonomies” to a WordPress site and offer some useful tips on how to get the most out of them.