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Improving Conversations using the Perspective API

By seorocket / last week

I recently came across an article by Rory Cellan-Jones about a new technology from Jigsaw, a development group at Google focused on making people safer online through technology. At the time they’d just released the first alpha version of what they call The Perspective API. It’s a machine learning tool that is designed to rate […]

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Poll Results: Local WordPress Development

By seorocket / a few months ago

We kicked a poll off three months ago asking y’all what kind of local development environment you set up for running WordPress locally. At the time of this writing, we got 2,623 votes, so a decent amount of significance here. Especially because the question was phrased: If you’re running WordPress locally (i.e running PHP, MySQL, […]

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Lazy Loading Gravatars in WordPress

By seorocket / a few months ago

Most WordPress themes show user Gravatars in the comment threads. It’s a way of showing an image with the user, as associated by the email address used. It’s a nice touch, and almost an expected design pattern these days. Every one of those gravatars is an individual HTTP request though, like any other image. A […]

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Slides: CSS-Tricks is a Poster Child WordPress Site

By seorocket / a few months ago

I just gave a talk at WordCamp Miami where I talked about, to some degree, how WordPress has been a great choice for CSS-Tricks over the last decade. If I get a chance I’ll try to re-give the talk to my computer locally here so there will be a way you can watch the talk […]

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