This week's Freshly Pressed posts continued to impress us with the range, depth, and honesty of the material being put out into the world by WordPress.com bloggers. As a community, you're bold, not afraid to put yourselves on the line, and committed to chewing through important questions, even if you don't always have the answers to them. That makes for heady reading, and passionate, opinionated conversation in the comments afterwards.
The 5th toe corn is one of the most common problems seen by a Podiatrist. In all shoes the first toe and half the second toe occupy fifty percent of the front of the shoe. This presses the other three and a half toes into the remaining half of the shoe. Shoe pressure is also greatest upon the fifth toe. The fifth toe generally moves downward and rotates inward as we mature due to inherent weakness.
If you've ever had a question about WordPress.com, chances are you've visited our Community Support Forums. Forums are a great place to search for solutions and get answers. While our Happiness Engineers help out in these forums, WordPress.com enthusiasts -- people who are passionate about WordPress.com and helping fellow users -- provide the majority of answers.
Last month, we interviewed forum volunteer
Austin and his awsome smile!