I figured I’d give mobile posting a try while I mess with WordPress. I’ve already noticed a few issues I’ll need to address, but they’re relatively minor. The frontend needs a handheld styleshhet. It didn’t render quite the way I would have hoped in PIE. The admin login doesn’t bring you into the Admin section… Continue reading Mobile Post
Dave Grenier just posted a great article on CSS Support within email clients and, more specifically, web email clients. What a fantastic resource… Considering that I am designing more and more emails for a few of our clients, this couldn’t come at a better time.
I’ll be making the two-hour trek to attend An Event Apart: Atlanta this Sunday. Originally I was going to drive up on Monday morning, seeing as Augusta is only 2 hours east of Atlanta. I decided it would be a good idea to head up a little early so I wouldn’t have to contend with… Continue reading An Event Apart: Atlanta
Scott V. reminded me that one of our programmers, Scott Parel, qualified for the BellSouth Classic. Kick some butt, Scott! We’re praying for ya. Scott is a professional golfer on the Nationwide Tour, basically one step down from the PGA Tour. Well on Monday he played for one open spot in the BellSouth Classic and… Continue reading Go Scott Go!
Meet Jesse, the American Boxer puppy my parents picked up over the weekend. She’s an adorable pup and has made me desire to get a Boxer even more… I made a deal with Kim that might aid me in this… If I lose 100 lbs, she’ll let me get one. Sounds like a plan to… Continue reading Meet Jesse
Months of hard work have finally paid off – we launched the new MAU.com, just moments ago. The site was an awesome undertaking. We had to convert several years worth of static content, and reorganize it in a logical way. We worked closely with MAU staff to ensure everything worked the way the organization needed… Continue reading We Have Liftoff: MAU.com
Jason Fried’s like the Buddha of Web 2.0. There, I said it. I am amazed by the logic that comes out of 37Signals. It’s simple. It’s smart. It makes plain sense. It’s not revolutionary, but then again… in a sense it is. Software should be simple. It shouldn’t force your users to figure out how… Continue reading Good editors build great software.
After several attempts, I was able to migrate all of my posts through Blogger into WordPress. I wish I could say it was easy, because it wasn’t… and I wish I could say it went off without a hitch, because it didn’t. Because the server I am on doesn’t have cURL enabled, I had a… Continue reading Post Migration
Since yesterday afternoon, I’ve been freaking out because the office digital camera came up missing. I thought, perhaps, that I had simply misplaced it somewhere. I thoroughly checked my desk and my laptop bag – no dice. I went home, checked all of the usual locations that I tend to place items – no dice.… Continue reading Lost (and Found)
Well, it’s official. Our home went on the market today. The ranch-style home is in a great neighborhood close to “downtown” Evans GA, with convenient access to both Washington Road and Columbia Road. If you’re interested in checking it out, call Stephanie Kernaghan at (706) 868-1000 or toll-free at (800) 755-3632. UPDATE – On 3/5,… Continue reading Home for Sale