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The Child Welfare Information Gateway Podcast shares the innovations, lessons, and perspectives from those working to improve child welfare system. Our mission is to help adoption, foster care, and child safety caseworkers by exploring new ideas and practices making a difference in the lives of children, youth and families. Child Welfare Information Gateway is a service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Publishing a book is a victory… but it’s not the end. After you sweep up the confetti and wash the champagne flutes, what’s next? Authoring Onward is the podcast about those steps after your first publication, going from published author to having a long-term writing career.
 
Hosted by a former white-collar federal criminal investigator, this bi-weekly podcast seeks to find the best tools, practices, opportunities, and people to answer your questions about fraud and forensic accounting. Every episode is a conversation with an expert in the fraud or forensic accounting industry who has a story to tell, ideas and wisdom to share, successes to inspire, and failures to confess. Where can you find the right credentials for your career? Where can you find the right tra ...
 
Press This. The WordPress Community Podcast features exclusive content and interviews with leaders in the WordPress community…. covering everything from development to integrating your digital marketing strategy with WordPress. Host David Vogelpohl of WP Engine and special guest hosts from across the community keep you up to speed on the latest advancements in WordPress.
 
WordPress from Install to Publish. WPwatercooler is a live video and audio roundtable discussion from WordPress professionals from around the industry who offer tips, best practices, and lively debate on how to put the content management system to use. WPwatercooler is part of the WPwatercooler Network Hosted by WordPress developer Jason Tucker, the weekly panel includes the following WP experts as well as over 500 guests since 2012. ∙ Jason Tucker - podcast host, web developer, and IT Direc ...
 
African History stories are seldom told; in cases where they do get told, it is seldom by Africans themselves. The African Camp Fire Stories’ Podcast is created and narrated by natives of the continent. It is very important for us to note that we are not professional Historians. And we appreciate very much the work that Historians have done in covering the stories that we make use on this podcast. The objective of the podcast is to bring to the fore African history in an engaging, interestin ...
 
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Titus & John Presnall talk about Brian De Palma's most famous horror movie, Carrie, 1976, adapting Stephen King's debut novel. We're in important ways rehearsing the '70s as a society, so it's worth thinking about the stories that were intended as warnings at the time about the great changes in society, especially in the '60s. Carrie, especially in…
 
Don Fort was a former Chief of IRS-Criminal Investigation and is currently the Director of Investigations with the law firm Kostelanetz & Fink. https://kflaw.com/profile/don-fort/ In this episode, we discuss: His journey to becoming an IRS special agent The theory to seize assets from Russian Oligarchs The importance of mentors in this career Havin…
 
WooCommerce is often the developer’s choice for building custom eCommerce experiences quickly due to Woo’s ease of use for non-technical users and infinite customization through plugins and custom code. We build stores with important jobs to do and craft our builds to do those jobs well. But what can we do to make these stores with all these jobs d…
 
The intersection of cyber security and fraud examination is ever-expanding in our new technological landscape. At the 33rd Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, ACFE Research Manager Mason Wilder, CFE, and Deputy Superintendent and Director of the Intelligence Unit at the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), Roderick Chambers sat down …
 
This episode focuses on Washington State’s approach to providing kinship support services. The conversation describes how the State’s kinship support is operated by the State’s Aging and Long-Term Support Administration and provides some of its services through a one-time stipend to help new kinship families meet basic needs. This episode also spen…
 
Does WordPress have a naming problem? Is everything just going to be called JetPack in a few years? What about WordPress.com? Full Site Editor? Site Builder, Page Builder, Cosmic (we’re pulling for you Paul), Page Builder, GutenPage? We think WordPress has some naming issues we need to get addressed and the community is taking different sides to th…
 
Despite all the obvious work involved, being an owner/operator of your own business such as an agency can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Even if you don't "hit it big" with revenue, the skills and challenges you encounter in a CEO role can be life-changing and empowering all on their own. That said, are YOU really the best c…
 
Alton Sizemore has over 25 years of experience with the FBI as a special agent specializing in forensic accounting. He is a CPA and CFE. He also teaches courses for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. At the FBI, he rose to the rank of Assistant Special Agent in Charge which he oversaw many areas of the FBI office in Birmingham, Alabama, …
 
This week on Authoring Onward, I chat with Paul Attaway about finding that creative voice within, whether it’s finding the initial inspiration to write or breaking writer’s block as you go forward. Have a listen! About Paul: Paul was born and raised in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Paul and his wife, Lyn, met in college at Georgetown University and we…
 
As most folks already know, WordPress is soooo much more than a CMS and is used all over the world for complex web applications, headless architecture, and more. That said, one of WordPress' most overlooked benefits is digital and business automation. Automated business and digital processes can unlock powerful growth levers in the sites you build …
 
In every episode of PressThis, host David Vogelpohl asks guests for their WordPress origin story. In this episode of PressThis, enjoy some of the top origin stories including those from Rachel Gogos with BrandID, Chris Badgett of LifterLMS, Jon Henshaw of Coywolf (and founder of Raven Tools), Jason Cohen of WP Engine, Brad Touesnard of Delicious Br…
 
This week on WPwatercooler we’re continuing our series on the Full Site Editor and are joined by Nick Diego who is a Developer Advocate at WP Engine and developer of Block Visibility. We’ll be talking with Nick on his journey through using FSE and how people should approach converting their sites to FSE after making the decision to do it. Nick Dieg…
 
This episode features a group of kinship-centered services and programs from Rhode Island. The State’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families created a separate team dedicated to family search and engagement that identifies and attempts to create relationships with family members or those with connections to children and youth. The department …
 
WordPress has been on a steady march of adoption in Enterprise organizations as they discover the power, ease of use, scale, performance, ease of hiring, and low cost of WordPress. While traditional WordPress builds play an outsized role in Enterprise WordPress adoption, headless WordPress builds are gaining pace by combining the best of WordPress …
 
Washington State’s Largest Ponzi Scheme was the catalyst for Tod McDonald, CPA to start his company and push for innovation in financial e-discovery. Years later, he and Garth Leonard, CFE, from Valid8 Financial, join ACFE Community Manager Rihonna Scoggins to explore the current resources at hand to combat fraud and how fraud examiners can assess …
 
Pricing is one of the most overlooked areas of running your business (especially as a WordPress freelancer or small agency owner). Hardly anyone likes to have that awkward conversation. Yet, it’s a discussion that needs to take place if a business is to grow and thrive. Are your discussions leading to being paid the amount you could get? In this ep…
 
The 2022 ACFE Global Fraud Conference was held in June of 2022 in Nashville, TN. Your host, Robert Nordlander, attended the conference and gives a review of the conference, including the venue, speakers, and the event itself. This was his first attendance of the conference so he did not know what to expect and overall gave it a thumbs up. Although …
 
This week on WPwatercooler we’re joined by Chicago-based Brian Gardner who recently made the WordPress theme Frost and a new beautiful unreleased Full Site Editor theme. Brian will be speaking with us on designing themes block-based themes and we’ll be discussing what decisions he’s made along the way and what he’d love to see added to Full Site Ed…
 
If you make, market, or work on products for the WordPress ecosystem, you may be struggling with tension in your business. Your product and engineering team often know your products intimately and likely even use them in their own WordPress builds, but how do you connect that in-depth specialized knowledge to the external messaging you create? In t…
 
I’m so pleased to be editing, writing, and podcasting from an actual writing desk this week. It’s not in its final position, but behold! Sooo much better than the wobbly folding table where I’ve done most of my work for the past three years. What a glamorous author life, right? Today’s episode is about 7 things that didn’t work for me in my author …
 
If you build and optimize sites for business owners or marketers as part of an agency or in-house team, you may often find yourself asking "What the heck are they REALLY asking for?!?!". Clients often make specific requests that seem to be counter to the business objective they're trying to achieve. We feel this instinctually, but often have troubl…
 
I’m back! After a bit over a month of kid activities, the whole family getting covid, then catching up after recovering from covid, I’m so glad to be podcasting again. And as we emerge from the busyness that is the end of spring, it’s a great time to think about how summer will change our writing schedules. So for this coming back episode, I reflec…
 
Women have made great strides in the last few decades when it comes to representation in technology, but much work is left to do. The WordPress community is incredibly welcoming to people from all genders and walks of life, but even in WordPress, there is much work to do. In this episode of PressThis, we interview Sam Munoz of WP Engine and her pop…
 
Becoming and thriving as a foster or adoptive parent can present many challenges. Child welfare agencies dedicate time and resources to train prospective foster and adoptive parents to manage the challenges and develop parenting skills to support children and youth within the child welfare system. These children and youth may have experienced traum…
 
William Shakespeare is widely considered to be one of the most prolific and influential writers of all time. But one group of individuals, who call themselves “Oxfordians” and their theory the "Shakespeare Authorship Question," falsely claim that what we know to be Shakespeare's plays and poetry were actually penned by someone else. In this episode…
 
In this episode of PressThis, we interview the founder of Delicious Brains Brad Touesnard, and the founder of WP Engine Jason Cohen about the sale of Delicious Brains' wildly popular plugins Advanced Custom Fields, WP Migrate (fka WP Migrate DB Pro), Better Search & Replace, WP Offload Media, and WP Offload SES to WP Engine. Brad and Jason share wh…
 
In this episode – WordPress released 6.0 and also turns 19, and oddly enough our episode number is 419! WordPress 6.0 Development Cycle WordPress 6.0 “Arturo” WordPress 6.0: Making Gutenberg “Guten-Better” wp19.day – Celebrate WordPress’s 19th Anniversary! Panel Jason Tucker – jasontucker.blog Steve Zehngut – zeek.com Sé Reed – sereedmedia.com Jaso…
 
WordPress is a powerful platform that provides a near endless list of possibilities when building out a digital presence online, but poor performance can be a barrier to your success on the web if you're careless with your builds or hosting your site in the wrong environment. That said, what about WordPress core itself? What can be done to make Wor…
 
In this episode, your host, Robert Nordlander, discusses the difference between a civil tax audit and a criminal tax investigation. The stakes are at the highest in a criminal tax investigation. Therefore, not just any CPA or forensic accountant should be hired by a taxpayer or taxpayer's attorney. Even if the expert is a former IRS employee doesn'…
 
In this episode, we speak with Marc Benzakein Operations Manager of ServerPress about them recently sunsetting their product WPSiteSync. You can read about their decision here WPSiteSync and on WP Tavern. Panel Jason Tucker – jasontucker.blog Steve Zehngut – zeek.com Sé Reed – sereedmedia.com Jason Cosper – jasoncosper.com Marc Benzakein – serverpr…
 
As your friend and mine, Steve Zehngut would say, “Not all web hosts are created equal” which I think is a good thing. With them not being equal the features each have are vastly different and some of these you may need in order to host your site with them. We’re going to explore what you get in 2022 for a web host for your WordPress site. Panel Ja…
 
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