While I do like the layout of this website, I tend to gravitate toward three columns. In the next few months, you might be seeing a different layout.
Also, as you can see, I have not finished adding all my favorite LINKS on the right-side column. There’s more than one SoMe link that I love. Though Mashable comes in at #1.
Here are a few projects I’m working on:
- Streamlining communications for a local chapter of medical professionals
- Revamping the chapter’s website to make it more dynamic
- Answering some of the questions that were brought up at last Wed’s Intro to Social Media workshop
- Working on a business plan for a colleague’s new animal welfare organization – stay tuned!
- and of course, Volunteering at WAW
I’ve been neglecting this blog. I’m not sure if it will stay here. I’m a little pressed for time, so I haven’t had a chance to revamp this website. (This is ironic. Trust me.)
While it might not be as sexy, I think I’ll make this into my Twitterfeed. Follow me at www.twitter.com/chrisin140.
I might also share my RSS reader on this site, so that you can see what I’m reading and I don’t have to keep posting awesome articles from the blog and news sources I read.
Tomorrow, Karim and I are going to President Obama’s Town Hall in LA! I had sent the link for the lottery, and Karim won! Never fear, I’ve got my Flipcam and digicam ready for filming. I’ll do my best to tweet while I’m there. W00t!
Thanks to Twittersearch and friends, I found a couple of websites that offer non-techie people an easy way to build their own websites. Nice. I love technology, and I love the way the “digital divide” closes in some parts of the gap. Not everyone was schooled in HTML nor can everyone pay for hosting services. Here are two places you can build your own:
- Weebly – I learned about this one while perusing a colleague’s site. I just created another website there to see how easy it could be for a layperson. After all, after 10 years of not coding HTML and building my site, I’ve become somewhat a non-techie layperson.
- DevHub – Once I tweeted about Weebly, DevHub followed me. I looked at their site, and voila, another competitor!
Hopefully in the near future, I’ll be able to report back my thoughts on both sites, usability, and ease.