Do The Woo Community: A Candid Conversation on Hosting Benchmarks and Testing

Kevin Ohashi from Review Signal and Ryan MacDonald from Liquid Web discuss the value of benchmarking and testing for hosting services.
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A Personal Note

I realize that I have been MIA on the blogging front lately. It has been frustrating not to be able to comment on the many astounding events that have recently come to pass. Let me explain what’s happened. My bride of 55 years and I have been having a few health problems. We feel like […]
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Who’s Running the Biden Regime?

In the middle of packing up to leave our winter quarters in Florida, I took a break to watch the sunset over the Gulf of Mexico. Thus inspired, I banged out a quick piece about the ominous implications of the Biden regime’s practice of “walking back” its demented leader’s witless public pronouncements. I sent it […]
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WPTavern: WordCamp Asia 2023 Tentatively Set For February 17-19 in Bangkok, Thailand

WordCamp Asia is tentatively back on the schedule of in-person WordPress events with new dates: February 17-19, 2023, in Bangkok, Thailand. It will begin with a Contributor day, followed by two conference days. Asia’s inaugural flagship WordCamp was originally scheduled for March 2020 but was the first international WordPress event to be cancelled due to the pandemic. It was cancelled just nine days before it was scheduled to happen, a difficult but necessary decision, despite all the hard work volunteers had…

NIST’s Investigations of Structural Disasters: What We Do and Why They Can Take Years to Complete

My Background in Disasters It seems as though I was born to be a disaster researcher. I can vividly remember seeking shelter during tornado warnings in the basement at friends’ or relatives’ houses, or in the church at the end of our street as a young child living in Wichita, Kansas. When I was 9 years old, my family moved to Hawaii when my stepdad, an Army officer, was stationed there. While we lived there, my dad’s house back in Oklahoma…