One of CapeWP’s catch phrases is…


Keeping it local. Meaning just what it says. Buying local goods and services is so important to Cape Cod’s local economy and well being. When I made the executive decision to give locally for Christmas in lieu of gifts for people that really did not need or want them, there were many good options to choose from.

I again chose Cape Abilities. Cape Abilities easily meets CapeWP’s criteria of “keeping it local” and being sure the recipient is a real company. No scams allowed! You may want to consider getting rid of some of your extra money before year’s end to this most excellent company. A hearty tip of the hat to Cape Abilities!

Borrowing from another popular catch phrase called “keeping it simple”, this post will serve as a Happy and Prosperous New Year to all readers and actually to all human beings on Planet Earth. Dave, Happy and all wish you a most joyous 2013! And although out spirits will be wild, our bodies will be be enjoying a quite night at home.

It has been a year of transition for and 2013 will be the time for the full intensity of that transition to manifest itself right here in this blog.

We will start at the very beginning. Answering such burning questions as “Dave, how did you get involved with WordPress?” What is WordPress? Why is WordPress important? What can WordPress do for my business? What can WordPress do for me?

That is a wrap. For the post and the year.

And do consider a donation to the above. Truly, an investment in ourselves and our community.

Interesting fact. Did you know that Chatham Bars Inn bought a large tract of land on 6A in Brewster for the purpose of growing food for its restaurants? Smart move CBI, very smart move! I think they will sell some to the public as well.