Hello from WPLover!

By the time I realized that my studio’s blog is filled with WordPress related articles, I knew it could only mean one thing: I loved it quite a lot. And suddenly I had this itch to create a separate space for me to write about anything WordPress.

So, WPLover is born. I’ll admit it upfront that I’m inspired by the likes of Kottke and Daring Fireball. I loved their stream of small, easily digestible linked lists, sprinkled with the occasional in-depth blog post, and I’ll try to emulate their format here.

Now, about this particular site, you’ll notice that it lacks many whistle-and-bells: just take a look at that funny sidebar. Heck, you can’t even comment right now, due to the lack of any comment template in place. Please be patient with that: I’m planning to start with the bare minimum and just begin writing. Functionality will be added as needed (read: I’m lazy), but I hope you still can enjoy what you can find here.

PS: I didn’t check this design in Internet Explorer. If you’re still using it, you deserve to browse happier.

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