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Dynamic Resumes

A long time ago when I was working with Web Services I got turned onto the idea of resume content in XML format and having a variety of DTD displays, some more serious and others more creative.  At the time I found … Read More

Posting Older Stuff

Before going to sleep instead of reading a book, I catch up on my news feeds using feedly on my phone.  Although many people say reading your phone before going to sleep is bad but for me it helps me … Read More

SpecSavvy

Being a computer guy, people would come up to me and ask me the question “Which computer should I buy?”.  I would typically respond with a “what do you want to do with it?”.  After answering the question too many times … Read More

User-Centric Design

Getting web site owners to look at their content from other people’s perspective is probably the most difficult part of web design, but most important to having an effective web site. The Neilson Normal Group is a big proponent of … Read More

Wireflows

An interesting combination of workflows and wireframes is not just for mobile apps anymore, it can be applied to web pages as well. It may be a bit more work to create, but the benefit of having everyone understand clearly … Read More

Westdale Homeowners Association

My parents’ homeowner’s association web site was being managed and maintained by one person in their neighborhood who was becoming unresponsive and the site needed an update.  So, being good parents, and after noticing that I maintained my neighborhood association … Read More

RegEx Tool

I was helping out a co-worker and he was trying to parse a string into an array using RegEx.  He was using a cool tool which seemed to made figuring out regular expressions easier; regex101.com I’m always on the look … Read More

Marketing and Psychology

With my new position as an IT Manager I have gotten more involved in psychology and how people behave in person as well as online.  So this article on Priming and User Interfaces caught my attention because it exposed several … Read More

Systems Analysis

I’ve gotten into watching TED talks at home and have found the business category.  All of them are good, but one which I found particularly interesting, since I like Systems Analysis was one titled “An Introduction to Systems Thinking and … Read More