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Holacracy, Flat Hierarchy, and You

subtitled; Knowledge Workers are still Workers

I will start by warning you that this is a fairly long piece for this blog, and earnest. You’ll find no animated GIFs beyond. 1,663 more words

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Field Notes: BlogHer PRO 2014

Automatticians, the people who build WordPress.com, participate in events and projects around the world every day. Periodically, they report back on the exciting things they do when not in front of a computer — from talking about… 547 more words

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Congrats Automattic for Bringing All Self-Hosted WordPress in a Central Location!

Let me start off by giving you a little bit of context. This blog, my personal blog, is hosted on WordPress.com; but for other features, I also run multiple WordPress sites on my servers. 1,063 more words

Technology

Moving day!

Yesterday I made the big move back to WordPress.com. This blog has been on a journey. Started off in HTML, a file I’d have to open up every day (I think every month was a separate page back then), write my post, and then re-save. 238 more words

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Night Lights in Rome

The lights that are displayed throughout various parts of Rome have been one of my favorite parts of roaming at night.







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An Iota of Progress in Resolving My Scrambled Blogs Problem. Or Perhaps Not.

I thought for a while this morning that I was seeing at least an iota of progress towards a resolution of my scrambled blogs problem, described in previous posts, keeping me from accessing my blog, … 216 more words

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