By which I mean that I’m hosting, but Meetup sent me a reminder. We’re going to be talking Gutenberg, and if there’s interest I might quickly demo the recently announced support of plugins and themes on the WordPress.com Business plan. RSVP for the event on Meetup.com, and note we have a new location. August WordPress Meetup […]
Sad news this morning. Branden Klayko, known in Louisville for his blog Broken Sidewalk, died recently. I never personally met him, but followed his work because his view of what Louisville could be matched what my ideal city should be. Coverage from the Courier-Journal, Insider Louisville, and WFPL all glowingly praise his efforts. Branden Klayko […]
We’ve done it. There’s a couch on our porch. We’re truly Kentuckian now. Only one thing remains: set it on fire. Right?
Ber last ran the Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon in 2015, right after we found out she was pregnant with Grace. Ever since she finished, she’s been excited to run it again. Today she finished the 2017 miniMarathon, after fourteen weeks of training. I’m incredibly proud of her, and watching her complete such a big event really makes […]
My favorite seat at Monnik Beer Company is right there.
“From this point to the Downtown YMCA front desk using the stairs, you will burn around 14 extra calories. Do this every day and that will add up! It’s my Y.” A quick Google search says losing a pound requires about a 3500 calorie deficit. 14 calories every day is 5110 calories a year, so that’s 1.46 […]
Louisville’s Jefferson Memorial Forest has three separate recreation areas and more than a dozen trails. One of their recommended hikes starts with the Yost Ridge Trail at the forest Welcome Center, until you get to the Mitchell Hill Lake Trail. The lake trail loops around Mitchell Hill Lake, whereupon you can backtrack the Yost trail […]
The monthly WordPress meetup is upon us! I’ll be talking child themes, Scott Gilbertson is going over image optimization, and we have another guest speaker showing off some professional WordPress creations. It’s a laid-back meeting with lots of opportunities for questions, discussion, and finding help for any problems you may have with your own projects. RSVP to […]
Back in December Ber made her intentions clear. Once the baby was here and she was cleared to exercise again, she wanted to get back to running. She decided to run in the Throo the Zoo 5k, which happens every year at the Louisville Zoo on the 2nd Saturday in May (the week after Derby.) Her […]
At last week’s WordPress Louisville meetup, I got the ball rolling on discussion for a WordCamp Louisville 2016. It got more interest than I would’ve guessed, and had several people all express a willingness to help. But no one seemed too interested in being a lead organizer. So I decided I’d wrangle that job, since […]