This site is currently still under development, though it is live to the public. Things will change dramatically over time as I continue to work with the site and bring it to completion. Why would I do this? Read this and let me explain.
OK, so this is a hard post to write because I feel that anytime we get into the subject of “parents, don’t do this it’s wrong” you’re asking for trouble. At the same time, it’s sort of a reaction to a parent (character) doing just that to another parent (character). So, here we go… One… Read more »
One of the best things about doing a personal project vs. doing a project for a client is that it allows for the freedom and flexibility to do things very differently than is the norm. It can be a refreshing, enlightening, or just downright freeing experience. That’s why my site is live even though it’s… Read more »
Chipotle is producing a 30-minute comedy series about industrial farming. This is right on-brand, even though their brand is all but absent from the advertising effort. [NY Times] Love Buzzfeed but hate the ridiculous over-the-top headlines proclaiming “awesome” and “life changing” content? There’s a browser extension for that. [Snipe.net]
Last week, I read a very interesting article that proclaimed that the PSD->HTML process is dead. What the author meant, of course, is not that the process itself is dead, but the way we look at the role of Photoshop (or any GUI mockup tool) is changing. To that I ask, is it? The way some… Read more »
Some weeks, just surviving a cold feels like an accomplishment. This article on what a ‘parenting break’ really means is dead on. [Huffington Post] Still hanging on to your home’s land line? You’re not alone and the NYT says that’s OK. [New York Times] PSD to HTML is dead. Not quite, but an interesting read about our changing web development… Read more »
The most rewarding aspect of having a toddler in the house is that the days are filled with hearing more than just variations of my own voice. Actual honest-to-goodness conversations are beginning to take place and it’s wonderful! Even if the views I’m now hearing are not always complimentary: Me: [singing] Home Slice: “No, no!… Read more »
Last year, I was the happy recipient of a big bag-o-yarn for Christmas. I had projects queued up on my endless Ravelry queue for each and every skein, and my fingers were just twitching with anticipation to get started. Let me just pause here to say: Big Bag-O-Yarn = The Gift That Keeps on Giving… Read more »