WP Tag Machine. OMFG. What can I say? It's a great idea. The plugin does what it says it will do, but… It introduces problems that didn't exist before, and it potentially creates the seeds of it's own undoing. So, our feelings are mixed about this plugin. That's the short-form, quickie summary statement. For more info, continue reading this review of Ankur Shukla's new WordPress plugin.
The Plugins We Love To Hate
As a long time user of WordPress, I both love and hate plugins. For those that don't know the lingo, a WordPress plugin is an optional add-on that enhances standard WordPress in some way. As of the time of this writing, there are literally TENS OF THOUSANDS of plugins, ranging in price from free to hundreds of dollars, ranging in capability from simple set-and-forget fixes for minor WordPress annoyances, to super-complex behemoths every bit as complex as WordPress itself. In some cases, maybe even more so. Check 'em out here, at the WordPress Plugin Repository.