Archive for April, 2009

Facebook Could Make A Killing With Professional Services

What do Twitter and Facebook have in common? No, it isn’t how Facebook has been trying to copy Twitter. The answer might surprise you. To date there are two prevailing business models on the web: paid subscriptions and advertising. The former has all but been a flop, except for in the adult entertainment industry. The […]

Automated: “The Day The Twitter Died”

On Friday April 17, look 2009, order Oprah joined Twitter–effectively neutering Twitter of its geek niche status. –

Automated: “Internet Explorer 6”

So, I’ve decided to try my hand at web comics. Since I don’t have the patience to draw it, I decided to go with Bitstrips. It’s a site that lets you build characters and lay out the whole strip. So without further ado, here’s my first strip in a series called “Automated.”   –

The Joy Of WordPress Plugins

For the longest time I tinkered with my WordPress theme to get it just right, including the functionality. That was great for a while, until I wanted to update my site’s look. Suddenly I was faced with this huge problem. I’d customized my WordPress theme so much that simply throwing together a new design meant […]

The Dangers Of Setting A Precedent

I’ll let Keith say it for me: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

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