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We all know that there are millions of WordPress users all over the globe. Wouldn’t it be nice to see where they are located? With WPWorldMap.net, now you can!
WPWorldMap.net is a new website created by Oliver Schlöbe of WPSeek.com that lets WordPress users mark their location onto a map for others to see. Each marked location reveals user profiles complete with personal information, a link to their blogs, and also their Twitter accounts.
This guy needs no introduction. He is the reason this honours “contest” even EXISTS! Due to him, millionaires have been created. Due to him, kids who would normally be out playing football are now able to become international superstars by using nothing but their fingers.
Matt Mullenweg, deserves to be honoured for creating this magnificent piece of software – WordPress.
And if that is not enough, you probably all know that he (with the rest of Automattic) gave the trademark of WordPress to the WordPress Foundation so that it will be protected and stay open source forever. If you don’t vote for him, you are either evil or part of Joomla!
This WP-powered website was built to help make finding Houston-based UT Medical School physicians easier.
UT Physicians is the medical group practice of The University of Texas Medical School at Houston.
This is a great site to visit to check out some of the best WordPress sites on the internet. Great for ideas when making a new theme or site.
Husband, Web designer, developer, WordPress bigfan, Pods CMS dev team member, amateur photographer, writer, and I like Seinfeld a lot.
Kitchen Monki (www.kitchenmonki.com) recently announced a beta program for Monki Publisher, a set of API tools for “live recipe” syndication on blogs and other websites that feature recipe content.
Engineered for WordPress bloggers, Monki Publisher is a plug-in that creates a permanent recipe repository that’s searchable via an iTunes-like interface. It also enables publishers to embed recipes within their content – and provide their readers with access to powerful Kitchen Monki tools that assist with grocery list creation, meal planning, and recipe bookmarking.
Monki Publisher can provide even burgeoning recipe sites and blossoming “foodie” bloggers with big-site functionality.
Kitchen Monki plans to release additional API tools for other blog platforms after the conclusion of its beta program. For more information on Monki Publisher – or to participate in the beta program – please visit: http://www.monkipublisher.com/.
NFN4Good is the Naples Free-Net’s Technology support program for local nonprofits. We assist in handling growing demand for online presence and communication with constituents.
Providing self-hosted WordPress installation and extensive education program for nonprofit content producers and website managers ensures that local nonprofits are prepared for the social web and the data web of the future.
The Naples Free-Net is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) community network providing no-cost and low-cost Internet access, broad computer and Internet technology education and support for local nonprofits w/ technologies. NFN was founded in 1995 and has server over 25,000 users and over 250 nonprofits over the last 15 years.
Ariff Shah has been helpful in delivering pretty good SEO tips and tutorials in Malaysian language for WordPress users and bloggers. He’s already well known for his contributions and tips that has proven to help lots of Malaysian bloggers, both new and old.
Ariff Shah telah banyak menghasilkan tutorial yang terbukti berkesan dan lain daripada yang lain. Pencalonan ini adalah sebagai penghargaan atas kerja keras dan usaha berterusan yang telah disumbangkan olehnya kepada komuniti blog Malaysia
Personal Portfolio of Oliver Schlöbe, featuring Plugins for WordPress, TYPO3, Firefox, vbulletin, plus providing Webmaster tools and tips & tricks.