In my last post, I talked a bit about the history of BigBlueBall.com. For shits and grins, I popped into the WayBackMachine to travel back through time and see what the site looked like “back when.” Some of the captures on the WayBackMachine are missing a few bits and pieces — some CSS here and […]
Decades ago (back in the late 90’s) I was looking for a domain name to use for a portfolio website. Of course, even in the late 90s, many of the “good” names were already registered. I ended up going with BigBlueBall.com, as it reminded me of the descriptions of planet Earth as seen from outer […]
Back in May, a friend posted a note about the 30 Days of Creativity challenge. It’s an annual event designed to encourage and inspire personal creativity every day for each of the thirty days of June–with the added benefit of actually building a habit of creating. I love a challenge. So I signed up and […]
Last year I decided to undertake the popular Project 365 photo meme. The goal is to take and post at least one photo every day for 365 days. While you can start at any time, I began my project on January 1, 2011. Here is the result, one year later. There are many ways to […]
Friday night the sky lit up at sunset. Joan and I headed to North Beach in San Clemente, where I captured this shot from the lawn in front of the Ole Hanson Beach Club, using my iPhone 4. Day 273 of Project 365.
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 […]
Knowledge Management is a term laden with baggage. For some people, KM synonymous with expensive IT systems and tools. For others it conjures memories of failed initiatives from a time past. But for most people, KM is a concept that they really don’t get. Not that they need to “get it.” The term itself was […]