Thanks to all the comment suggestions on my previous post, I tried disabling all the plugins to see if that was the issue. Nope. Then, with the help of Neil and Gill, we spent some time going down the rabbit hole of a weird SQL error having to do with language compatibility (UTF-8 vs. Latin-1). … Continue reading Aaaaand we’re back!
It’s November. Which means NaBloPoMo. Let’s see what happens when I force myself to blog every day for a month, shall we? ———————————————————————————– I saw a post the other day about a bad airline experience, and how it tied into a bad email experience. The point the author was making: don’t send promotional emails to someone … Continue reading How much does brand affinity matter?
In all the ways people can be a competent business grownup (h/t Darren), I think the most abused are communication channels. It’s like we haven’t gotten over the fact that there are Magic! Machines! that we communicate through, and we let our amazement at technology take up the parts of our brain we would otherwise … Continue reading How to be a Business Grownup: Rules for Autoresponders
One of the things I had to decide when planning this move is what on earth to do about a cell phone. In a first-world problem of the highest degree, I am unwilling to go without an iPhone. Credit history doesn’t carry over to the UK from Canada, so getting one on a plan there … Continue reading Freedom!
Because I was a very good girl this year, Santa left a PS3 under the tree for me! We’ve been going around in circles since getting our TV as to what kind of peripherals to get for it. Until now we’ve been using my laptop for Netflix (which is okay, except it doesn’t output in … Continue reading Game On!
I have some news. This may surprise you. Are you sitting down? I hope you are – or were, since the title kinda gives it away. We canceled cable. Which means we also got rid of the TiVos. And what prompted this? We got a new TV. Stay with me here – it eventually makes … Continue reading Goodbye Cable, Hello OTA+Netflix
In the week before I left my last job, I had an epic hardware failure. My work laptop, which had the most current incarnation of my iTunes library on it (and my iPhone backup data), gave up the ghost and refused to give me anything but a BSOD. Right around that same time, my iPhone … Continue reading Give Back!