It’s great going out on your own to become a freelancer. Many of us still do it during the early half of our life without envisioning far into the future what we are going to do when we stop. So my question is does anyone have retirement plans that involve some type of savings account […]
You have a blog and there are some goals you would like to accomplish: More Traffic More Consistent Readership More Business Opportunities More Money Maybe you only want one of the items listed above or maybe you want all of them. In any case that is what the new 9rules Network is for. Here are […]
I was going to give my thoughts on Portfolio Design, but Kyle did it better than I ever could: I think it depends majorly on how you intend to use your portfolio. Are you looking to attract clients from internet searches? Are you looking to attract clients from business card referrals / word-of-mouth? Are you […]
Joe Clark. So this guy is an icon in the Accessibility community and seems to be well-recognized everywhere. He has a very strong personality not much unlike myself. I knew the name, but I didn’t know who he was until I got to meet him at the first day of registration. May I never have […]
Quick story before the real content One of the questions that I received the most at this year’s SXSW was “What happened to Whitespace?” A good question and all I could provide those that ask was this simple answer: I can’t login to MT. I had been shutout of my own installation. So therefore you […]
UPDATE: As you can see this is an oldie that I raised from the dead. Unfortuntely the best part, the discussion, has been lost.