Blog Archive: Social Media 5

The death of meaningful relationships. (How do I really feel?)

Twenty Eighteen, Twenty Nineteen

Posted on January 8, 2019 in Drupal, Photography, Social Media, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

As the year again comes to a close and that arbitrary line is drawn for a new beginning, I want to look back at the past year and then (mostly) ahead at the new year.

Now’s the time to reflect …

My 52 (or 24)-week Photography Challenge

Posted on November 27, 2017 in Community, Photography, Social Media

So, the beginning of the year is always a time to set resolutions and commit to new challenges. As last year came to a close, I was starting to get back into photography a little bit and wanted to create something a bit more tangible to track my progress.

The Easy Way How To Add Rel Author Information

Posted on February 21, 2013 in Social Media, Tutorial, Web Development

We've all seen them starting to pop up. You know what I'm talking about: those profile pictures next to search results at Google.. Well, they're super easy to implement in several ways. Let's take a quick look at what they are and how to add them to your website.

Year in Review: 2012

Posted on December 31, 2012 in Mobile, Photography, Social Media

As all things must come to end, so has 2012 come and gone. It's been an amazing year, but I am looking forward to what 2013 has in store for me and my family. These year-end review posts are a dime a dozen, so I won't spend too much time on it. But I do want to be able to look back at the end of 2013 and reflect on where I started and how I fared on achieving the goals I set out to accomplish.

The Beauty of Technology

Posted on July 19, 2012 in Social Media

My wife, Lisa, has two siblings - a brother and a sister. Both are the type of people that aren't afraid to decide what they want to do and go for it. It's a great personality trait, for sure, but has left our generation of their family pretty spread out. The amazing part of it all is that we are able to stay almost as close to them across the world as we would be able to if they were right here in the same town. Check out what I mean in the full article!