Lately, I’ve been trying to figure out how to deal with personal content overload. I searched for similar articles and found a couple here and here. And while tools to make it easier is one solution, I’m coming to the realization that it’s more of a discipline issue more than anything.
Content Management System
I recently found the website, donorschoose.org, which allows educators to create proposals for classroom project materials. Once the proposal is approved, it is posted on the donorschoose.org website, where individuals can then fund the project by donating money.
It’s funny as I type this, as I had been occasionally searching for the video that John Pozadzides shot at WordCamp 2008 in San Francisco, but I couldn’t find it (yet), which I totally understand. Then I did a search tonight after posting this, and many of the sessions are now available on video.
Stockcarzone, a Podcast for NASCAR fans, was a great experiment. I had ideas of grandeur when Corey Costelloe and I first started the podcast–but reality was, it was a lot harder to make money than I thought. The podcast really turned out to be more of a hobby than a money maker, and this year …
At one point during WordCamp 2007, there was a woman sitting in one of the front rows who explained that she was using WordPress as a blog to capture moments in her niece’s life. I thought, how cool is that! WordPress could be used like a digital scrapbook.
Bakersfield companies would be wise to take advantage of adding a map listing in Google’s Local Business Center (LBC). It’s currently free and an easy way to give your company more exposure on the Internet when it comes to mapped searches. In addition, Google has other new and innovating uses of this data which will …
Websites no longer have to become static, stale and outdated, or having to rely on web designers/developers to update content. With publishing platforms such as WordPress, many organizations could move to updating their own sites and creating their own content.