Hey, Where Did Comments Go?

Back in 2018, I replaced the native WordPress comment functionality with Facebook’s blog comment tool to eliminate anonymous comments and control spam. It worked great until last summer during the national election, when Facebook began making massive changes to their API in response to pressure over their lack of control over disinformation. Since then, the feature has been in steady decline and as of last week, I decided to jettison the …

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Taking A Week Off, But First, Let’s Geek Out On Some Data

For the first time since the pandemic, I’ll be traveling for work so when combined with an already deadline filled week, I decided to play it safe and take the week off. Having said that, if anything big transpires, I’m sure to write something. In the meantime, I’ll step up on posting items of interest at my Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn feeds. And yes, I do cherry pick which content goes …

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Tuesdays are working out as a great option for publishing new episodes of Shop Talk but who doesn’t love getting to watch programs early? To that end, for those interested in getting access to episodes a day early, you can become a subscriber at Shop Talk’s YouTube channel. Subscribe Adding subscribers will also open up some features once we reach a point where we introduce some livestream specials.

Adaptistration Turns 16

November 3, 2019 marked Adaptistration’s 16th anniversary. Each year brings something new and wonderful and yes, even unique. Year 16 was no exception so let’s take a look at what Google Analytics tell us about this year’s highlights. Audience Number of pages per session went up by one percent. Overall traffic was nearly even to the previous year, only .04 percent higher. Core readership increased 2.6 percent. Readers by age groups: younger readers …

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Time For Some Updates

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After three delays over the summer, I finally found the time to update my consulting and professional overview sites. The latter only required some minor copy tweaks, but the former was a different story as it had not seen any major updates in about three years. In addition to a complete redesign and new logo, there is a great deal of edited copy and new sections highlighting conference and speaking gigs. …

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