Developing a website for your business can become an exercise in runaway creativity, with all the widgets, templates, and assorted goodies that you can stuff in there. While deciding between features like scrolling images and embedded video, however, don’t let all those fancy options distract you from the primary purpose your site is supposed to […]
Are you and Instagram impresario, or a Facebook photojournalist? Rather than let your favorite photos linger in an online album somewhere, why not bring them to life? It seems whenever I check in online, I see people sharing photos via Instagram or Facebook, and many of those photos are truly impressive works of art. If […]
This morning, many Twitter users (myself included) received a warning message via email saying in part “Twitter believes that your account may have been compromised by a website or service not associated with Twitter. We’ve reset your password to prevent others from accessing your account.” Yikes! That got my blood pumping faster than my morning coffee. […]
The big local story here in Nolensville on Election Night 2012 saw the Packaged Retail Liquor Store initiative pass by a 2-to-1 margin. The Tennessean shows, with 3 of 3 precincts reporting, a vote of 2,143 to 1,038 in favor of allowing the introduction of wine & liquor stores in our town.
For a small town, Nolensville sure packs a lot of history. One of the first things that struck Amy & I when we moved here in 2005 was Nolensville’s strong sense of community. Even though change is coming rapidly to this town which dates back to 1797 (just in 7 years we’ve seen the loss […]