If you’re interested in Microformats, do yourself a favor and head over to my friend Emily Lewis’ site A Blog Not Limited. I’ve been played with Microformats for a while, but these informative articles pushed me over the edge: Getting Semantic With Microformats, Part 1: rel-based Getting Semantic With Microformats, Part 2: XFN Getting Semantic […]
Newspapers’ Web Revenue is Stalling. That’s because no one likes advertising or how much newspaper (and media sites in general) cram down your throat. When advertising takes up more area on a webpage than content, there is a serious problem.
These are notes I took during Brian Oberkirch‘s session on “Managing Your (Personal) Brand” at the 2008 Webmaster Jam Session on 3 Oct 2008.
Putting big trust on someone else, you’re solving three problems: you’re increasing the chance you’ll get your project done, you’re building a strong team, and, oh yeah, you get to sit there and watch and learn as someone deftly works in a place where you’re horrible. Rands in Respose: Horrible
Yahoo! Developer Blog: Jammin’ in Atlanta
I’ll be posting notes from Friday and Saturday within the next day or so. Wi-fi was spotty at times due to the number of devices trying to connect to the Loudermilk network, so I stayed unplugged for a majority of the conference. (It wasn’t critical for me to be on.) I’m really glad my coworkers […]
I’ll make more sense of these notes later: People are trying to slap social stickers onto everything. We need to blog. We need video. We need social networks. If you’re not thinking about the whole picture, you’re just slapping stickers on your package. Social media:wikipedia Social Media is about people connecting. Social Media represents huge […]