It’s all about the color people. :)
The day has finally arrived…After playing around with it and letting it sit in my dev folder for a couple months, the Supr Preppy WordPress theme is now available for download.
Here’s a basic overview and gotchas: (more…)
A little while I ago, I was struck by inspiration to create a new WordPress theme. It had been a while since I released a theme and for some odd reason, I was itching to do it.
So, I started doodling in Photoshop, but I wasn’t liking anything I was coming up with. Suddenly, a few elements began congealing into something more – something I could definitely live with. (more…)
Recent events with a number of my websites currently being hosted with my very first webhost has prompted me to reevaluate what I look for in a hosting provider.
I’ve been a long way and used a good number of hosts since then, so I’m confident in the list below. But remember, these are only my personal experiences with these hosts, so your mileage may vary. (more…)
I woke up to a surprise this morning, I’ve been quoted in the New York Times Magazine. A piece on blogger jargon called “Blargon”.
While cruising the blogosphere, I came across an interesting post about Coco-Cola’s new promotional efforts.
They’ve launched a new blog called The Zero Movement. This move may seem normal as more and more corporations start to harness the power of blogs, but there are more than a few problems with Coke’s execution.
As noted at AdRants, the blog appears to start in June 2005 and to be written by a couple average Joe Blows, but the whois records reveal it was only registered in late November 2005 and is owned by Coco-Cola.
Take a few moments to read the blog, you may discover that the content is really nothing more than one long subliminal advertisement.
Hint: count the number of times you see the word ‘zero’ mentioned on the website. Sure, it’s a good idea to mention your website’s title or main theme every so often, but there is a limit.