Luc Besson’s latest film looks like it’s going to be pretty good:
Today marks my official fourth anniversary at Automattic of being a proper full-time employee! In reality I started working for Automattic in about July of 2009 but due to an oversight, most of my coworkers thought I was already hired on as a normal employee. Meanwhile I just kept submitting my monthly contract report. Our hiring process has thankfully changed quite a bit since then!
Four years is a big milestone at Automattic as that is when you get your really cool custom WordPress MacBook. Unfortunately for me I’m one of the handful of Windows users at Automattic so it doesn’t make a ton of sense to get a MacBook just to run Windows on it. Oh well.
Working at Automattic really has been a dream come true for me. Besides getting to work on something I’m passionate about, WordPress, I also get to work with some of the most amazing people. I’ve made some life-long friendships here that I truly cherish. I can’t speak highly enough of the company and my co-workers. And as always, we’re hiring!
I hope my next four (nearly five) years at Automattic are at least half as good as these past ones have been.
WordPress.com, the primary product of the company I work for, was featured in an answer on Jeopardy! last night. Very cool.
The question is “What is a blog?”.
UPDATE: My co-worker Matt Thomas has a video of it over on his blog.
Here’s a great anti-speeding advertisement out of New Zealand that really makes you think:
Pretty great mini-web series from Chris Wylde. Even though I’m not a parent I still found it quite funny. I’m sure parents will find it even more so.
Warning: lots of mature language so wear headphones if any kiddos are around.