More free templates. :)
I might use some of their free templates for ebooks. :)
This might be useful for a small project I have kicking around in my head for an exercise countdown timer.
This is a very smart strategy that I ought to be using!
A good rundown of the many directories, with screenshots + pros and cons.
85+ Free Killer Resources Every Designer Should Know. http://tr.im/dqq9 (via @mayhemstudios)
What do the colors you prefer say about your personality? I’m an “inspector”. http://tr.im/dpu4
I realized yesterday that I DON’T need to start a new blog every time I have a good idea… I can Twitter! :) @LonelyDomains is the result.
I’ve wanted to do exactly this in the past.
If you want to learn a huge variety of things, this is an excellent resource.
Instablog! I’d probably do this with Yahoo! Pipes, but the idea is a good one.
RT @LonelyDomains: Available domain: SlackerBaby.com (hey, it’s 4 am and my baby is fussing but being too lazy to eat!) http://tr.im/dnyq
There’s a great deal on TaskPaper and WriteRoom at MacZOT today: http://maczot.com/discuss/?p=1020 (via @macappstorm)
This post about the rise of micro-businesses made a great point about helping customers make impulse purchases from you. http://tr.im/dn4g
for those of you who saw google street view hit a deer, here’s Google memo on it :) http://is.gd/hKLJ (via @shawnsmith)
Anyone know if the WordPress core has a built-in browser-sniffing function?
Turns out I don’t need anything elaborate to detect iPhone visitors to a WordPress blog. It’s basically a 1-liner w/ PHP: http://tr.im/dl1r
RT @LonelyDomains: SimpleIsNotEasy.com would be perfect for a site about organizing, optimizing, or problem-solving… and it’s available.
In-depth post with great ideas on how to use content for marketing.
Is your blog part of a larger business strategy? Some great ideas from @HendryLee in this post for @problogger: http://tr.im/dhqy
Join me at 12:00 EST to learn about “Advanced TweetDeck Techniques” on #TwitTalkTV http://bit.ly/1K331S (via @Mike_Wesely)
Do something silly today! http://tr.im/dhkq
RT @customerthief: When you give a testimonial to another marketer and they use it, you gain valuable advertising space for free.
RT @customerthief: Do you really know what your customers want? Discover their desires and beliefs, before and after they become customers.
A good, detailed walk through the WordPress loop.
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Quite possibly the best intro/overview post I’ve seen covering Twitted. Follow all the advice in it and you’ll be ahead of 98% of Twitterers.
This site could spare me from having so many virtual machines.
Just noticed a faint, rhythmic *thrumming* sound; wondered if a CPU fan was dying. Eventually spotted the purring cat on a nearby chair…
Some excellent design-related job boards. I tend to think that diligent attention to all of these would pay off relatively quickly.
Trialing @trixietracker & will probably subscribe. But it would be easier if they had a timer setup for feeding, like they do for sleeping!
I’m bookmarking this so I can refer back to the seven types of linkbait.
What a fun bunch of pattern swatches!
Some good advice here; I particularly like the idea of educating followers.
Extremely useful for searching your own followers. I’m going to use it to find people who will weigh in on a survey related to their field… I figure since they’re already following me, it’s much…
There’s something vaguely ironic about being instructed in free thinking, but this is a very interesting essay: http://tr.im/d1lu
Even if you’re not dieting, it’s an interesting exercise to measure/weigh your food. Surprise! I have NO idea what a “serving” looks like!
I’m starting to lose track of all these jQuery roundups, but this is a good one for navigation options.
I want to temporarily go vegan to see if it helps with baby fussiness. Any recommendations for recipes/meal ideas that won’t scare me? :)
Another great jQuery roundup post, this one specific to WordPress plugins and tutorials.
Some good tips. I need to play more with sprites.
This is a smart way to keep the big picture clearly in view on a daily basis.
I sometimes take a similar approach to save space on forms, but haven’t tried it with jQuery yet.
All three of these marketing calendars look like awesome resources.