I’m not leaving social media, but I am going to be making a concerted effort to try to come back to making my blog the primary canonical source of my content. These are the tools and services I’m using to keep an active social media presence.
An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between November 12th and December 19th.
An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between April 27th and May 17th.
A fun new piece of photo editing/post-processing software was just released yesterday evening. All in all, I’m really impressed with Flare, and had a lot of fun playing with it and exploring different filters and combinations of effects.
I just got an invite to a Facebook group titled ‘DISLIKE BUTTON is here – ADD it now!’. After looking this group over, I have _very_ strong suspicious about it, and my first impulse is to recommend that everyone ignore it.
Recommendations based purely on my own personal needs, wants, and desires. These are the applications I’ve installed on my iPod Touch that have managed to stick around for more than a few days of experimenting…
One of the projects I’d like to tackle over the summer is redesigning my weblog. However, as the major project over the next few weeks here at home needs to be packing things up and preparing for a move, I’ve settled for doing a bit of minor tweaking here and there to streamline things where I can.
I just had someone ask me through my Flickr account about my photography workflow and sales experience, and I figured I might as well put my response up here for…um…posterity? Ego-stroking? ;)
I think it’s a hilarious little random screed — and my guess is that they just took every little ‘in-joke’ from the FCP programming team and tossed them all semi-randomly into a single text file.
What it boils down to is that over the years, time and time again, I’ve gotten incredibly friendly and personal service from the crew at Six Apart. I can’t think of a better way to build and maintain customer loyalty than that.