If you’re reading this it’s possible until recently we used to be friends on Facebook. But before that, we probably were friends IRL…in real life. We fell out of touch, or maybe we just saw each other rarely.
We became friends on Facebook, and now I’ve unfriended you. Here’s why.
I showcase some of the websites I’ve seen on WordPress.com that have made their sites beautiful using one of the default themes as a base and customizing the site with just the Custom CSS upgrade
Will Diaspora be the next Facebook? I say no, and I explain why and give you a look inside the Diaspora interface as I explore my alpha user invite.
Gmail keeps growing and adding new features, and they have Gmail Labs which gives users access to experimental features that can be activated as desired. Here’s my 5 favorite tools.
Writers, the Internet and its images are not your ClipArt gallery. There is a percentage of people who still don’t get words like “copyright” and “Creative Commons,” – here are some tips for correctly finding and utilizing photos in your content.
Here’s a few of my tips for improving your photography, no matter what camera you have – practical tips regarding light, focus, and using your camera’s basic functions.
The presentation I gave at WordCamp NYC about using WordPress Featured Images for users: the evolution of featured images, popular magazine themes to try, and plugins to incorporate featured images in your existing theme!
Two things have completely changed the ebook market in the past year in 2010. These two things, combined with Amazon’s format mobility have further solidified Amazon’s lead in the ebook format war.
To some people, the word “mentor” evokes images of scholarly teachers and students who are fresh-faced and eager to learn about a particular subject. This traditional view of the mentor has been changing into what is becoming an essential component of a businessperson’s success.
I recently gave a little interview to Wired Italy about how I use the iPad (in Italian) and I thought it would be interesting to share some other reflections I’ve had after a month of using the iPad.