Beginning this week, we’re taking a new approach to how we blog here. Instead of a single daily post of original content (published early in the morning) and a single post of interesting links (published late in the afternoon), we’re … Read
When you are preparing a lesson plan or presentation, you want to spend time on your material and not get lost fighting with any of the tools. Posterous lets you do exactly that. And it could be the easiest thing … Read
I was telling someone the other day about how I currently post to three blogs (this one, a personal blog, and a technical blog for the Ruby on Rails application framework). I got the response I usually get–I just don’t … Read
I’ve spent some time tinkering with our blog recently. Although it (the blog) isn’t the core of our work at Stratepedia, it does account for almost double the traffic we get for all of our other work put together. This … Read
Perhaps you’ve already noticed: Hello, also known as the Stratepedia Blog, also known as the blog you’re reading right now, has undergone another facelift. The change is as much for editorial reasons as it is for aesthetic ones–the focus on … Read
Unfortunately, the modification we were using to produce an iPhone-specific version of this site doesn’t play well with the new look we installed last week. I’ve disabled the fancy iPhone version for now until I figure out a workaround. No … Read
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