The WordPress Content Bug
Once you start to get interested in the growth, development and changes in WordPress, it can be hard to think about anything else. At least that is what Jeff of Jeffro2pt0 is realizing as he realizes almost all of his blogging has become WordPress focused.
Over the past two weeks, Iâ€™ve been thinking about how great it was when this blog covered everything of interest to me. Sure, WordPress is fun to write about but when I considered the fact that I get paid to write about WordPress for WeblogToolscollection.com and I have guest blog accounts on HackWordPress.com, WPCandy.com, RAProject.com and on top of all that, I have tried to turn this blog into a WordPress only domain, I am starting to run out of steam.
I think he’s making a smart move trying to get back into talking about things other than WordPress.
His WordPress Weekly podcast will be getting its own domain at WPWeekly.com and he will be bringing us the latest information on the things he runs into.
I have watched as many bloggers have got caught up in the excitement that is WordPress. From plugin developments, new themes, podcasts, blogs, releases, and personalities, WordPress is growing into a culture, and with that comes a large group of people keeping tabs on everything happening.
I have to admit to having caught, lost, and catching the WordPress content bug more than once, and I always love seeing people figure out that their time is mostly being spent documenting the community that is WordPress.