This is the story all about how my life got flipped turned upside-down. I’d like to take a minute, just sit wherever, and I’ll tell you how I got what is really the Best. Job. Ever. Continue reading Best Job Ever
This is a quick and concise tutorial found on WiseBread.com
It is perfect your y’all who have Photoshop and want a quick fix for your photos:
If you are the proud owner of a digital camera, chances are that you’ve got hundreds (if not thousands) of photos on your hard drive. A huge advantage of going digital is that you can take as many shots as you need to capture the “perfect” image.
However, despite constant clicking, you’re likely to want to learn to improve your photos with an editing program such as Adobe Photoshop.
Read on for seven easy fixes that every photographer should know. Continue reading Easy Fixes for Photos
Found this article by Brian Yerkes:
5 Things Clients Say and What They Really Mean
Working with all types of clients on a daily basis can be as challenging as the actual design or development work that they are hiring you for. As a freelancer or a project manager, you are on the front-line and even though there shouldn’t be war between you and your client, it can sometimes feel like a battle! Continue reading 5 Things Clients Say and What They Really Mean
We’ve come a long way on the web today. Or have we? While we’ve innovated in many areas, we’ve also continued to disregard pre-existing issues. And in some cases, we have also created new ones. Here is my list of the top 65 most annoying things about the web today. They’re in no particular order, but I have organized them into what I consider core groups. Continue reading The 65 Most Annoying things about the Web Today
Think dignity, not cleverness when naming a child
What’s in a name?
My first name is one you don’t hear every day and, after going through early childhood and puberty, I finally decided it was unique enough that I was proud of it.
Kids will take a name that is a bit different and use some crazy variation on it just to tease and aggravate. There’s one variation on my first name that still lands on the wrong side of me. However, the natural inclination of most youngsters was to make something out of my last name, so “Spider Webb” and “Webfoot” were heard frequently.
My mother always blanched when someone shortened my first name to Will. “I named him Willis, not Will,” she’d admonish. Continue reading Think dignity, not cleverness when naming a child