StudioPress has released a new theme that takes advantage of WordPress 3.1 post types. They consider Tapestry a Tumblog style theme, but I see it as simply a traditional blog theme with the added plus of post types. I’m not going to delve into what post types are right now, except to say that different […]
Archives for March 2011
“In matters of style, swim with the current; In matters of principle, stand like a rock.” – Thomas Jefferson
It’s been five years since Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey officially sent the first tweet. At the time, Twitter was a side project at Odeo (which it has grown to eclipse). I dug back into the archives and found my first blog post about Twitter, from February 15, 2007. At the time, Twitter was officially described […]
I grabbed this guide to happiness from Facebook. I couldn’t read the credits, so if you know who created this simple-but-truthful flow chart, please let me know.
This project was launched in December 2010 to coincide with the publication of Diana Mercer’s new book Making Divorce Work. Diana is an attorney who specializes in divorce mediation. Her mediation firm Peace Talks already has an established website and identity. For this companion site to the book, Diana wanted something that carried some of the same colors, but […]
Last month, I shared how face-to-face meetings still matter. You might assume that the realm of social media — which by it’s very definition encourages online community and relationship building — wouldn’t really gain much through real life interaction. You’d be dead wrong. Social Media in the Real OC Here in Orange County we are […]
Documentaries fascinate me, and Restrepo is gripping. The Oscar-nominated documentary chronicles the deployment of a platoon of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley. The movie focuses on a remote 15-man outpost, “Restrepo,” named after a platoon medic who was killed in action. It was considered one of the most dangerous postings in the U.S. military. My […]