So many new things!

Wow, you guys, I don't know where to begin.

The last few days have been all about learning both new advertising ideas (well, new to me and new in reality) AND more about technology than I thought possible for my little brain. I have been nonstop for the last few days working on the production blog for Holy Ghost. Lloyd is teaching me about statcounters and tags and other blogging devices that i'm still pretty slow on as I am just launching into this, SBB got me into the world of FTP, site admin, and all things wordpress, and today I've been learning more about RSS feeds.

I came in this morning to an email from Lloyd about a site he found that looks a lot like what we're trying to do. Rather than a production diary for one show, its an ongoing production diary for the theatre company he's involved with in LA called the Son of Semele Ensemble. Its a great site and I'm hoping that we'll get the same type of participation from our group that he seems to be getting from his.

The link to the production diary is at the right but here it is as well.

Some other cool links that I thought people might find interesting:

Threadless: cool, quirky t-shirt eshop
Prophecy Boy Blog: SOSE admin Adam's personal blog
Live 8 site: individual performance browsing...All U2, all the time :)
Seth Godin's Blog: a spin on the marketing world--personal and random--lots of fun


Anonymous Ken Adams said...

I don’t understand this whole design contest at threadless – it’s stupid. Why not use www.spreadshirt.com? They offer extremely easy to use designer program that will just knock you off your feet – just combine it with extremely high quality of products and you can have the t-shirt you ever wanted in a matter of minutes. You can open your shop for free and sell your designs to others, they take care of everything – you receive your checks. It’s extremely easy, check it out.

7/29/2005 9:35 AM  
Blogger Kiss-Me Kate said...

This is very cool. I linked to threadless because I thought the designs were fun. I don't really do it myself, so I don't know much about the medium. Can I assume you're an artist?

8/02/2005 7:32 AM  

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