Monthly Archives: July 2012

Again at my new blog, I have a post about the importance of working with a developer when planning your site, and continuing to work with them throughout the life of your site.

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At my new blog, I look at how trying to tie all your applications together with one login (Single Sign-on (SSO)) is usually a complete waste of money and look at alternatives.

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New Venture: Helping organizations work with web devs

On the side, I’ve started a new blog and consulting practice. Since I’ve worked as a web dev but have business, strategy, and policy experience, I’m in a good position to help organizations help themselves when they contract with web … Continue reading

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Wednesday Afternoon Kodi Blogging

By request, Kodi discovers the lake. And splashes at the edge and proceeds to roll around in the muck instead.

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CMS, Framework, or DIY: How do you choose?

Web developers and web development companies frequently start each project as if they only things that need to be built require merely different types of nails, and luckily they have a hammer. In fact, they often call themselves “Drupal developers” … Continue reading

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