Monthly Archives: April 2009

Wordle Fun of the “bought sold processed” speech in Say Anything

The Vader Project

I try to avoid writing blog posts that are basically a hyperlink with a piece of text saying “go look at this now.”  But every once and a while I find something on the web which is a perfect union of techonlogy, culture, and design.  This is one of those times. I bring you The [...]

Tabbloid helps you spend more on ink

A few years ago, I was chatting with a good friend of mine about an interactive project he was working on for a client.  The project was a flash based web site that allowed you to develop custom greeting cards and print them out at home.  Not e-cards.  But actual physical birthday and holiday cards [...]

Have a multi-author blog? Don’t forget about WordPress’s author RSS feeds

Let’s say you’re part of a blog that has more than one author.  You are reading one of those blogs right now.  Other examples in the category would be AllThingsD, TechCrunch, and WebWorkerDaily.  You’ll also want to execute a content outpost strategy using your RSS feeds.  Content outposts – I love that term that Chris [...]