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I recently bought some Field Notes memo books. There was a small glitch on their site, so I sent them a note. To my surprise, when my order arrived they had sent me an additional set of colored note pads just to say, “Thanks for the heads up.” Very cool. Thanks Field Notes folks ~”a DDC / CP [...]
Nowadays there are all kinds of great events one can attend to get the latest and greatest information about the web world. The mackdaddy is South by Southwest Interactive followed by numerous conferences about technology, start-ups, blogging, video, UX, you name it. It would be great to attend these, but they are expensive and take [...]
It all depends on my workload, but I read quite a few blogs. Most of them are technical, since I’m often looking for information. Recently, I find myself reading more non-tech blogs because they are linked to the tech blogs. Either geeks are becoming softer, or more people are becoming geeks. I’m not sure. One [...]
Need to resize or crop an image? Picnik.com offers free, simple photo editing. Thanks Picnik.
My friend Eric turned me on to this handy app for media conversion. Maybe you can use it too. http://www.formatoz.com/
Guy Kawasaki just launched a new blog index site, Alltop.com In this site are his picks of folks most influencing the web. He titles it egos. Nice group.
Often when analyzing a client’s needs, I try to find ways to use the Web to impact all aspects of their business, whether it’s old-school web content, rich media or social apps. This article, Harnessing the Power of Social Applications, on MIT’s Sloan Review site does a great job of describing how to use “groundswell” to [...]
Ted.com Inspired talks by the world’s greatest thinkers and doers Library of Congress Browse some of the digital collections. Awesome. Did you know many historical photos are part of the public domain and may be usable for commercial purposes? Just make sure to check usage rights first.
Although I have not thoroughly explored it yet, MailChimp seems to be a promising email distribution service worth a look.
The Viral Garden is a blog about marketing by Mark Collier. He lists the top 25 marketing blogs each week. I’m not sure how he gets his data, but it’s a nice resource.
A nice resource for books and articles on everything web. Including chapter excerpts.
It’s often useful to have custom tool tips (mini info pop-ups located by your cursor when you hover over a link or other HTML object). The stock tool tip created by using ‘alt or ‘title’ attributes in the A tag are ugly and do not allow for custom formatting. Here are two good solutions that [...]
Allway Sync is a free file and folder synchronization software for Windows. Allway Sync uses innovative synchronization algorithms to synchronize your data between desktop PCs, laptops, USB drives and more.
Slide Show Pro is a component for Macromedia Flash MX 2004 and Flash 8 that helps you display pictures on your web site. With over 60 customizable options, SlideShowPro works how you want it to, and can easily be styled and resized to match your existing site design — all with a simple point and [...]