||[22 Aug 2005|01:56pm]
...the web site!
The Subday Press web site went live yesterday.
Visual design by Kyle Kaufman. Web implementation and hosting by me.
We hope that it will be going bigger and better places soon. But it's great to see these books up and available for people everywhere to stumble on.
And I hear there is some kind of sale going on to celebrate.
If you don't know these authors, check them out. This is some serious visiotextual product.
Other than more work on Subday, I'm really hoping to get around to a redesign of this place... Something slicker, uncluttered, and much less gray. Soon!
|On being predictable
||[22 Aug 2005|01:58pm]
Friendster hurts my self-esteem.
This makes me feel like a cliche.
I got this obnoxious marketing note from Friendster in the e-mail today:
Hi John, It's been awhile since you stopped by, and we don't want to alarm you,
but there's been some... developments since last we met.
Blogs, for instance. Did you know that you can now blog it up at Friendster?
That's right. Post pictures from your vacation. Rant about people who don't
step aside on escalators. Write an ode to sausage. Whatever you want! Your
Friendster blog is your oyster.
Embarrassingly enough, I actually did write a blog entry about people who don't
step aside on escalators. Oops.