Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Simplify your metrics anyone? Our MEC friends doing free webinar today!

Just wanted to invite our clients and friends to hear my friend Dr. Flint McGlaughlin in a free webinar on "Simplifying Your Metrics". After all, who really wants more complex metrics! ;-)

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Had to do a new layout... Nicaragua Board=Visual Noise=Bad..

Yes it is still generic, but cleaner generic. I know it seems boring but the easiest web pages to read are still simple black text on a white background. Old fashioned, but effective!

I was reminded of this when I shared blogging with the Board of Vision Nicaragua last night and the commented how they really didn't like visually busy blogs or websites in general. They have several mission trips to Nicaragua going down in the next few months to the Village of Bethel, Nicaragua. It is a good work, check them out!

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Great kids! Biking Biltmore

What a couple of great kids!
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I'm Considering Getting A "Mellow Out Chair"

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Ever just need one of these? Tell your boss or co-workers to have a seat there? How 'bout the children, or a spouse-maybe have a seat in the "mellow out" chair instead of the "Naughty Chair"!


Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Corporate blogs and the challenges of Web 2.0

Are You Taking Advantage of Web 2.0? - Pogue’s Posts - Technology - New York Times Blog

As our team considers 'social shopping' and 'commerce communities' like
the ones we've built for Group Publishing's and
it seems there is are balance and control issues around the voice
companies use and the level of control over dialogue. David Pogue's article is worth reading for all our clients that desire to own/run/have a 'commerce community' and to be Web 2.0.

The most sailent point:
"Without comments, a blog is not a blog at all. It’s just a Web page—Web 1.0."

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Best April fools so far today goes to Google!

Guys- the best April
Fools Joke I've found so far today goes to Google (make sure you aren't logged


Well Played!!

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