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Marius Jensen
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A little over a week ago, I posted a little tidbit about WordPress support, and supporters, titled WordPress Support, who we are and what we do. In it, I provided a gist, which I ended by putting emphasis on being kind to each other. It’s not,…
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After WordPress 4.9.8 went live, and included a callout to the Gutenberg plugin, many more users have encountered the WordPress.org forum moderators, often for the first time. Because of these encounters, a lot of misconceptions, and disinformation, about…
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The watery falls that is, more precicely to Månafossen. The trip was quite lovely, it was made sluightly more tedious than it could have been due to heavy downpours earlier on, causing slippery surfaces (if you don’t have apropriate footwear) and partiall…
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Pulpit rock (Preikestolen) in Rogaland, Norway.
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Support for open source projects (which in my case, is WordPress) is surprisingly rewarding. One wouldn’t think it, but providing support for something you have a passion for, is a great way to grow personally. It doesn’t matter what your profession or…
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A new kind of post for me This is going to be a whole new kinda post (not that I post a whole lot to begin with, but why not, right?) “I’m so quirky around people, lol, it’s because I have social anxiety” I’ve noticed that there’s a lot of focus on mental…
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Saturn’s satellite Dione is less than half the size of our moon, and it orbits a planet which features a radius nine times that of Earth. It’s a stark contrast in size that’s beautifully conveyed in a picture recently captured by the Cassini space probe.…
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I will never forget my first siting of Lofoten. Tall craggy peaks fringed with snow jut out of the Arctic Ocean like some kind of ancient monster. They appear so inhospitable from the sky (and the land for that matter) that you wonder how humans have…
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We run some webservers at work as a part of the services we offer our customers, we’re not a large host by a long shot, but we still get a large amount of brute force attacks against the WordPress installs we run. I’ve been monitoring the servers and just…
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