I am currently working on two somehow similar open source CMS application mesh ups that are based on WordPress. These applications are focusing on integrating with external data sources, data entry and data analysis reports. One is called LabPress and the other one is named PoolPress. LabPress is targeted towards managing a software development and testing lab. It is the information hub of the SDLC (Software Development Live Cycle). The other one, PoolPress is more targeted towards maintaining commercial and residential swimming pools. Both “Presses” share the use of same set of plugins. This blog post describes these plugins.
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People ask all the time, “How to you come up with something interesting and fresh to write on your blog?” my answer often contains a long list of methods, one of which is to open up Google Reader and see what others are writing about and if something there inspires me. It very often does the trick.
The only problem with that is, sometimes I am not necessarily in writing mode but am in topic research mode so I tend to feed all this into Evernote and go back to write them later. I know some of you would much rather save those interesting posts directly into your WordPress blog so you will be less distracted with more new and interesting posts when you are finally ready to sit and write.”
Using The ‘Send To’ feature in Google Reader, you can do that. Here’s a quick tutorial.
It just works! :-)