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Project Nomad 2.0

When I was in college, a good friend told me a quote that has stayed with me most of my life. He said “Man proposes, God disposes…” (I heard a variation on this later on in my life “Men plan, God laughs…”) I don’t remember what the situation was that caused him to say it, […]

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Immediate Edge deal…

If you have heard about The 30 Day Challenge, then you probably know about The Immediate Edge. Dan Raine, and Ed Dale, the guys behind the 30 Day Challenge are probably two of the most knowledgeable guys in the field. Their site contains tools and techniques that explain how to rule your niche and they […]

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Been Busy…

I apologize for the gap, a lot has been going on. First, my wife had it in her head that the hall bathroom needed to be redecorated. So, she tore down all the wallpaper and left the rest to me. She wanted me to re-prep the walls for painting, and re-tile a section of the […]

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One Final Collection of Patterns…

I could probably go on forever blogging about patterns, but I think I will stop it at today’s post. Yahoo has an extensive catalog of cool patterns here. It is an extensive list covering many topics. They are a welcome addition to any web developer’s toolbox.

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More Useful Patterns…

Ok…keeping with my current theme of patterns, I found this today on Web User Interface Patterns that is pretty cool. Anyone doing any type of web design should know these patterns and how to implement them in their projects.

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Still Breathing….

First, an update on what I have been up to. As I mentioned earlier, the major work on the house is done and I had some left over little things that I need to finish. The problem is, I can only work on the weekends. I have been working late at my job, and I […]

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Great Site for Web Designers

This is for all of you nomadic web designers; it’s a great resource, aptly called forwebdesigners.com. You can find it here.

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