WordPress 4.0

wordpress-logo-stacked-rgb_300x186A significant update to the content management system that our website uses, WordPress, was released this past month. WordPress powers about 13 million other websites and continues to be the world’s most popular content management system.

While development on the next version is already underway, we went ahead and upgraded our website (and all of our clients’ websites) to the latest and greatest stable version of WordPress: version 4.0 (a nice summary of updates is available on the WordPress Codex).

Along with that update, we also upgraded tons of bells and whistles that keep all of those websites running smoothly. Then, we backed everything up to our off-site servers.

It was a pretty busy month for us here at Frutke, but a good one. We hope things have been going well for you too.


Every new computer I’ve ever purchased has arrived loaded with tons of junk software. I recently upgraded to a smartphone and noticed the same thing was true: tons of junk applications that I didn’t want or need. Cid

Getting rid of them all was not easy. I went with CyanogenMod, an open source operating system for your phone. Actually, it’ll run on tons of devices – ranging from the Kindle Fire, the Nook, Droid devices, to Samsung (sorry, no iPhones yet).

The rabbit hole goes pretty deep, but may be worth a look if you’re ready to separate the wheat from the chaff.