Raised Voices Testimonies from the majority world on the effects of G8 policies have on their lives.
Playlist Module Released Over the last little while Iâ€™ve been working on a playlist module for Drupal. Farsheed was also working on a playlist module. So we have combined forces and now present to you the fruit of our labours: The new, improved, ass kicking playlist module.
Is “Fix it in Photoshop” A Valid Statement? My opinion on this has always been a very loud and clear, “NO!” There’s so much more to taking good shots than uploading something that isn’t so great onto your computer and changing it to become semi-okay.
Blue Flavor is Open for Business Congrats to my friends and Seattle guys Blue Flavor for getting their new company off the ground.
BitTorrent’s Grab at Respectability Its technology is beloved by illegal downloaders and file sharers. Now the outfit is raising venture funding in a bid to go commercial
The BitTorrent book Susie and I wrote is done, printed and bound and ships to stores next week. You can pre-oder Bit Torrent for Dummies at Amazon now. The first chapter and the index and table of contents are available online now over at Wiley. Check it out and let me know what you think. Read More …
Lead Generation via Myspace I talked about how blogs have been a great lead generation tool for us. For reaching promoters, event planners and bands, Myspace is amazing. It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.
Open Source CMS Evalation – Part III: Implementation In my last post, I narrowed my open source CMS candidates down to Joomla and Drupal. I was hoping to have a choice made by Monday morning, implement the design in the morning, and populate the content in the afternoon. Two days later and I’m now where Read More …
Building a website with an Open Source CMS I think the open source community has done an excellent job of figuring out how to create frameworks for developing web applications. But what about websites. You know, the web presence that every company wants – for minimal cost. For most companies, it’s
Open Source CMS Evaluation – Part I: Installation Today I began my journey in evaluating Open Source CMS applications. The motivation for this adventure can be found in my post titled “Building a website with an Open Source CMS”. Basically, I’d like to find a good solution to build small-to-medium size w
Open Source CMS Evaluation – Part II: Customization This is the third and final post in my quest to find the best open source CMS for my needs. Previous posts include Building a website with an Open Source CMS and Open Source CMS Evaluation – Part I: Installation. Based on these two posts, reader feedback
Raincity Studios Party! Raincity Studios would like to invite you and a guest to attend our one-year-belated-studio-launch-party!