Monday, June 15, 2009

Sam Aarons makes Honor Roll, Advances to 7th Grade

That's right, Sam made the Honor Roll. Woo Hoo! And because he did, he'll get to go motorcycle riding with his Dad this Summer. Not bad for a 12 year old, eh? OK, that's enough bragging, now let's get down to the business of enjoying Summer while it's here. Hope you all have a great one, and don't forget to post early and post often. I'd love to hear about your successes, failures, and plans for the future. I'M BEGGING FOR INPUT HERE!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

New Gristmill Features, Join the FUN!

Two new features have been added to the Gristmill for your fun and enjoyment, as well as a new direct mail sample piece from yours truly, (see column at left)but enough with the hype. First is Alliteration Alley, my spin on fun with lingo. If you don't like it or think it's clever enough, go ahead and make up your own. I DARE YA! All you have to do is click on the comments link at the bottom of this post and you're off and running. Your second chance at fun comes to you via a link my longtime friend and web designer extraordinaire Dave Borde at sent me, called the Web Economy Bullshit Generator. For the sake of convenience, I'll refer to it as the WEBG moving forward. So why not join in the fun and generate some Web BS of your very own? Just click
or roll over the picture of the generator in the left hand column to get started! You'll be glad you did. Once you've generated some Web BS, (it only takes a few seconds) you can cut and paste your BS into the comments box below and we could start weaving some unstoppable threads of Web BS. To get an idea of what I am talking about, take a quick look at the dialogue Dave and I started in the previous post, Streamlining Scalable Technologies. Just think of all the possibilities.

Streamlining scalable technologies

Today I am streamlining scalable technologies and Kristin is leveraging dynamic methodologies. I figured you must be whiteboarding granular paradigms.