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The Stylish Man’s Guide to Concealed Carry

I found this to be a very interesting article on creative ways to carry a concealed weapon and still look stylish.  Read more at The Art of Manliness.
Some of the ideas are good, but I’m just not a fan of carrying a gun loosely in my pants pocket…I can think of too many things that [...]

Inkscape: An Open Source Software Review

Inkscape is an impressive piece of vector graphics creation/editing software. And, like music to my ears, it is distributed for free under the GNU GPL. It is also available on PC, Mac, and -nix platforms.

The good news:
It can import and export most vector file formats, but it plays best with it’s native SVG file format. [...]

SEO Reflections

Erin Weinger recently published an article in Entrepreneur Magazine’s February issue entitled What You Don’t Know About SEO. As an Search Engine Optimizer I found the article both extremely helpful and ¬†somewhat misleading. Below are just a few of my own thoughts as I consider the article in light of working for an SEO company [...]

Experiencing the Digital Divide

So, I moved recently, and because of traveling, it took me about a week to make an appointment to get internet service. It didn’t matter much at the time because I’d spent every evening unpacking, cleaning, etc. Then, I found out that the soonest appointment I could get would be a week later.

That meant 2 [...]

Doing Our Part

Recently our company was enlisted to build a website for an upcoming charity event called Cargo: The Fight For Freedom Past and Present. Cargo is a musical by veteran songerwriter and producer Paul Field. First presented in 2007, Cargo was written to celebrate the bicentennial of the abolition of the British slave trade and to [...]

Band Posters

I made some posters for a concert that Miroirs performed a couple of weeks ago. Three of my siblings are in the band (I have a big family). I had one evening to do these. I designed two different posters because I wasn’t sure if they would find the black and white one too girly. [...]

If Only…

Stefan Sagmeister is always doing something new. This is an awesome idea, if only I could afford it.

La Pura Vida

I just finished up this poster for a friend that is sponsoring (I guess that’s what you call it) a study abroad program for USC Upstate. She told me that sometimes they have difficulty convincing students to join or even getting them to notice the program among a sea of posters on the bulletin boards. [...]