Month: December 2007

  • 5 Cool Digital Tools for the New Year

    With the new year, we’re all looking for ways to get more organized and improve our lives. Here’s a few digital tools that have helped Brett and I tremendously: 1. Remember the Milk ( – This is a free, incredible tool for managing tasks and to-dos. It has tagging, date, location, time estimate, frequency, and […]

  • Merry Two Days before Christmas!

  • Great Thoughts on Simplicity

    I recently read an article in Associations Now Magazine about simplicity. I enjoyed these two quotes: “Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful.” –John Maeda, author of the Laws of Simplicity “Simplicity is the essence of profound insight.” —Good to Great author Jim Collins So often people think big words and jargon […]

  • Why “Premium Select” Fudge Mint Cookies Are Like Websites

    My work received a wonderful gift basket today, full of chocolate, crackers, cheese, and cookies. I spotted a black and gold foil box, specially die-cut to resemble a bow with real creme-colored ribbons closing each end. It read in a flowery, gold-foil font, “Premium Select Double Chocolate Fudge Mint Creme COOKIES.” My mouth watered, and […]