Kim mentioned this to me last night, and Stacey’s post reminded me that I wanted to put something about this on the site.
Ryan Clark, one of the victims of Mondayâ€™s shootings, is a native of the Augusta, GA area. The elementary school where Ryan Clarkâ€™s mother works is collecting donations to assist her with traveling to Virginia and making arrangements for her sonâ€™s body. If you would like to make a contribution, you can send your donation to the following address:
Ryan Clark Memorial Fund
c/o Georgia Bank and Trust
409 Furyâ€™s Ferry Road
Martinez, GA 30907
I feel disconnected from the design and web community of Augusta. I don’t really have a desire to get involved in the local AdFed, but there isn’t anything else out there in this area. Perhaps this presents a good opportunity to fill a void?
I’m thinking about contacting Adobe to start an Adobe User Group (AUG) for the Augusta, Georgia/Central Savannah River Area. Honestly, it doesn’t even have to be an AUG. It could be something more along the lines of what they are doing in Alabama. I know of a few local designers that read my blog from time to time… would any of you be interested in getting involved in something like this?
I’m also going to start the process of getting certified in one or more Adobe applications. Considering I’m mostly self-taught in Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver, I think going for certification in one or more of those apps would help to solidify my knowledge of the applications…
You can view a newly updated “Guide to CSS Support in Email: 2007 Edition” over at the Campaign Monitor Blog. It’s a fantastic resource for anyone who has to send HTML emails…