Web 2.0 for the Web Developer Web Development isn’t a job â€“ it’s 16 jobs. Coding, Design, Information Architecture, Scripting, and Usability are just a few I could mention.
New Coldplay album “X & Y” is now online and you can stream it here.
Read/Write Web: Web 2.0 and RSS services for hire I’m on the look-out for more part-time writing, analysis or consulting work. I can’t say too much about it here, but if you have any work opportunities for me – I’m available and I’d love to hear from you.
Does your Web Company own you? Don’t let the Web design company own you. An “honest” Web design company will register the domain name in your name and add their information as technical contact only. By registering the domain name in your name, the Web design company wonâ€™t be able to
Yahoo Mindset Yahoo mindset is a very cool new demo tool from the Yahoo research labs for searching the Net that allows you to control results via a slider bar – Shopping search engine results vs. research search engine results
I’m shooting my first wedding (for a friend) next weekend. I’m excited and nervous. It’s her big day and I want to make sure that I capture it well. I find most wedding photography cheesy and soulless. I definately couldn’t do it for a job. I’m hoping the photos have journalistic/artistic style to them and Read More …
Heather Champ Joins Flickr / Yahoo as Community Manager This is such a coup. Flickrborg assimilates Heather Champ. Good stuff. Seems like a perfect fit.
Who Wants Seth Godin to Be Their Intern? I am heretofore challenging Seth Godin to intern his summertime at the next potential YoYowhatever that is trying to break through the clutter. Wouldn’t it be game changing if you applied a little of that marketing genius to ourmedia or Creative Commons?
The Flickr crew is leaving Vancouver for sunny California. Tonight they’re having a little going away party over at the alibi room in Vancouver. From what I hear there will be quite a few peeps there and it’s shaping up to be a lot of fun. The Raincity crew and I have to the work Read More …
Veerle’s blog Tips and info on how to make beautifully style calendars (or Bryght events modules).
Why Smart People Defend Bad Ideas We all know someone thatâ€™s intelligent, but who occasionally defends obviously bad ideas. Why does this happen? How can smart people take up positions that defy any reasonable logic?
Jordan Makes Videos This is the vlog (video blog) of Jordan, a 7 year old in British Columbia, Canada.
Web Apps are the New Black There are two main advantages of web applications: 1) Zero installation and no upgrades for the user. 2) Access anywhere with an Internet connection (no baggage) The main benefits then are: they’re cheap to maintain and they empower users.
What is a photojournalist? A journalist tells stories. A photographer takes pictures of nouns (people, places and things). A photojournalist takes the best of both and locks it into the most powerful medium available–a single frozen image. Photojournalists capture “verbs.”
I can drive semitrucks, fly airplanes, make websites, and speak Chinese… …but I can not (yet) figure out how to manage a Drupal site. And it’s not that I haven’t tried!
Nearly every time I go out to shoot I’m confronted with the cold hard fact that I don’t know a damn thing about photography. One day recently I realized the only ‘famous’ photographer whose work I could name and was more than superficially familiar with was Ansel Adams. I’ve decided this is unacceptable and that Read More …
Completely Rethinking the Web The Web is broken. Sites are clumsy and not optimized for each customer. Interface devices are woefully inadequate. Despite the power of the Web and the potential of ever-evolving technology, our execution is collectively dreadful.
To really embrace the blogging world it will require a cultural shift from the status quo There has been a lot of talk recently about hired gun bloggers. With sites like Blogging Help and Event Blogging popping up there is a raised concern about how blogging should be handled within a business
Godcasting Weekly church sermons that can be downloaded from the Internet and played on portable audio players have become the Podcasts most in demand, according to analysis of search results at Lycos.com.
Next for BitTorrent: Search Whiz kid inventor Bram Cohen is in the final stage of launching an advertising-supported search engine dedicated to cataloging and indexing the thousands of files for download over BitTorrent protocol.