COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere
NPR discusses how they are able to create content once and publish it everywhere (COPE – Create Once, Publish Everywhere). This is a powerful concept for web workers everywhere.
I turn 40 on Monday. You can celebrate with me! Starting on my birthday, I’m inviting all of my family, friends, acquaintances, strangers, enemies and anyone else interested to join me in 40 Days of Good Deeds. To participate, do
One of the biggest drawbacks I found after upgrading to TextMate 2 was the loss of projects. I liked projects because I could group disparate resources and use the file chooser (?T) to open files without drilling through the directory
Two years ago, I abandoned my career at BYU, packed up my family, and moved to Maine. It was crazy. In the months since, I’ve often wondered where it would all lead. Now I know a little more about what
Steve Gallafent put together this nifty little page that produces a conference-ready bingo card. If you’re looking for something for your kids to do, this is a great place to start.
It’s Art’s birthday! Happy Birthday Art! Art is my brother-in-law. He is also an artist. The combination of his name and his chosen profession provided ample opportunity for lame jokes. Nevertheless, he is a great guy and a great artist.
Mozilla, the parent company of Firefox, is taking the Firefox brand to mobile devices with Firefox OS. Think of Android but without a publicly traded entity (Google) seeking to profit from it. Along with this OS, Mozilla is also announcing
Creative Good describes a method to manage email that I’ve been advocating for a long time. I’ve been at ‘inbox zero’ for years following these three simple steps. It is simple, easy, and it works. If you feel overwhelmed by
Just ordered this print of the Salt Lake Temple by my sister-in-law Robin Birrell. Thanks Robin! It’s going to look great in our new home!