Sitios para artistas que adoramos – Sites for Artists We Love

7. June 2011

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Sitios para artistas que adoramos – Sites for Artists We Love

Trabajar en el sitio de un artista es muy especial mas aun cuando estos artistas son idolos  de mi juventud. Working on an Artist’s site is very special and more so when this artist is an old hero of my teenage years. Mi relacion con este proyecto fue pura coincidencia, casi como cuando despues de [...]

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The Art & Science of School Sites

21. April 2011

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The Art & Science of School Sites

This article is dedicated to those looking at developing sites for schools and schools looking at hiring a professional developer to look after them. After ten years developing school sites, it is time to shed some light into this mystery that is “School Sites” and why they all fail,  except my sites of course. There [...]

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7. April 2011

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Forced to Promote Option 2

The phone came throught at around 4 pm, I was troubleshooting a clients website onsite having a friendly conversation about the benefits of bigger buttons considering their demographics and touchscreens being used. I excused myself, took the call and walked to the empty corridor of a semi-empty office building. -Hi Ric, this is Jenny,I thought [...]

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Web 2.0 My Donkey

26. March 2011

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Web 2.0 My Donkey

I am Planning on a series of tutorials on “Teaching with web 2.0 Technologies” in the classrrom. Looking forward to share this as I feel that most Teachers and Parents will benefit from a guided tour of what is available and the potential to integrate these tools in all areas of our curriculum.   First [...]

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Hike Erskine River Trail

1. October 2010

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Hike Erskine River Trail

After a few days of work-during-holidays I indulged in a 2 day trip to Lorne with the purpose of walking the Erskine River Trail and the next few pictures show what it looks like:

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Building Your Own Wicked WordPress Themes

24. August 2010

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Building Your Own Wicked WordPress Themes

I received this book as a gift for Father’s Day. I read a review and received numerous emails from Sitepoint telling me how very few copies were left and that I better hurry. Alejandra, who always complains about how difficult it is to buy a present or surprise me with a gift, snooped over my [...]

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End of Summer for a Freelancer

2. August 2010

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End of Summer for a Freelancer

I trust that I am not alone when I say Freelancers do not have holidays,  Freelancers although complain frequently due to the excessive workloads, they secretly enjoy the work and only call it work to stay at peace with the tax exemptions that freelancing carries in their favour. So the term holiday is only an [...]

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