Web design business rolled on. Statistics proved that we’d made a correct assumption about out e-commerce suite, a poorly written manual led to a few hundred million plugin updates, and we inch ever closer to replacing ourselves with the next big thing.
People who think the internet changes faster than the real world probably don’t go outside often enough. At least, that’s what spending March in Iowa teaches me.
tl;dr – We’re encrypting access to our admin dashboard, some more outdated plugins bit the dust this month, and PureNyx is happy about the FCC’s action on Net Neutrality.
tl;dr – It was a quiet month on the security front, we can now do geolocation efficiently, and we’d love to hear your “wacky” e-commerce ideas.
tl;dr – We have some new eCommerce reports, we weren’t affected by the SoakSoak attack, and we’ll offer free SSL if it ever becomes possible.
tl;dr It’s cold, we’re all over Google’s “Mobile Friendly” label, we have a new social sharing tool called Monarch, and updated software is the bomb diggity.