One of the other websites that I maintain is neilrogers.org, which I discussed a little bit in the 2014 post My Tribute to Radio’s Neil Rogers. You don’t need to read that post. The short version is that … [continue reading]
This is version 2 of this article, which was originally published on Jan 25, 2020. It has more updated information.
One of the many complaints I have about WordPress is that it has become a magnet for malicious bots. These … [continue reading]
After my last post, My Blog Was Hacked and WordPress Sucks I received an email from a reader that I want to share and respond to.
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What a clusterfck, Just think of the headaches that would create for a neophyte.
This morning my blog was down. Some hackers uploaded scripts to mine crypto, which broke my WordPress install. With the help of SiteGround support, I was able to get the site up and running and free of malicious code.
Although … [continue reading]
My hope is that someone that works inside Google reads this post and shares it with their co-workers. Maybe this post can get a conversation going about where the web is heading next.
In 2013, Google made a mistake. It … [continue reading]
I use the WordPress content management system to publish this blog. As much as I love WP and think it is the best blogging software available, there is a problem.
Sitting on top of the blogging engine there are plugins, … [continue reading]