Attribution-ShareAlike, to be precise. Copy away, even for commercial purposes. The sole conditions are: 1) you have to credit me (attribute the work) and b) whatever you use my work for also has to be CC licensed. As SVO is coming up on its five year anniversary, I’mcleaning out some closets and setting a few things… Read More SVO is now Creative Commons licensed
I have a new job. I mean, a new job in addition to running Benin’s most successful web development firm. Jon Gosier at Appfrica just relaunched and hired my magnificent self to blog about technology, entrepreneurship, and other awesomeness in Africa. I’m getting paid to write about things I love! I know, I know, I… Read More On my new job (yes, I am just that awesome)
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Changing themes. And stuff. Update: I am now using plain vanilla uncustomized Thematic as my theme. The pink and black was hurting my eyes, and I didn’t like the way the theme styled headings. In a few weeks, months, or whenever I have time, I may sit down and do something about the unending whitespace.… Read More Changes are afoot
I am working on that. Right now. As you read this. Annnndddd . . . it’s fixed. COME BACK AND READ, PEOPLE!создание продвижение раскрутка сайтов
But does it?качественная раскрутка сайтов оптимизация сайта
Is this thing on? Taking a look at Alex King’s Twitter Tools. продвижение сайта
I’ve noticed that, as I write less often, the quality of my writing has suffered. And as I’m loath to put anything less than stellar online, when I *do* write, I don’t publish. My goal is to blog once a day until the new year. Apologies if posts are disjointed or inconsistent. I’m a little… Read More On writing more often.
Blogging was hella easier when I was just journaling about my experiences here in West Africa. I may get back to doing that soon. Some quick notes: WordPress 2.7 is the love. We now have an internet connection in our apartment. I am on a social media kick. And everyone in Benin keeps congratulating me… Read More Updates
There are a million challenges to web development here in West Africa, not the least of which are poor and/ or expensive internet connections, a general ignorance of what the web can do (this is actually true all over the world, including the States), and computer illiteracy. What do you do when someone who’s never… Read More Welcome back, Carpenter.