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World Economic Forum – Visualization Challenge – Jan Willem Tulp

March 11th, 2012

World Economic Forum - Visualization Challenge - Jan Willem Tulp

Found this visualization from Jan Willem Tulp: World Economic Forum – Visualization Challenge. Looks very much like the visualization I did for Old Testament and New Testament references, but overall much more professional and polished. Since it was written using protovis, I might see if I can port OTNT to mimic his view. Also uses grid960.css, which I’ve wanted to use. Sounds like a fun challenge…

Stacey, The Lightweight Content Management System

February 5th, 2012

Browsing around the web the other day, I found a clean, lightweight template system called Stacey [http://www.staceyapp.com]. The layout and look is very straightforward and uncluttered. Using a subset of HTML tags, the most interesting feature is that it does not rely on any database — it is completely text-based. It’s also opensourced at github [http://github.com/kolber/stacey]

I wonder if anyone has found this useful or flexible enough to recommend this system over the other template systems out there.

Stacey, The Lightweight Content Management System.

Three people who should not be writing your content | Siegel+Gale

September 24th, 2011

 

 

Three people who should not be writing your content | Siegel+Gale.

Think of three people who shouldn’t be anywhere to the content creation process in your office. Who would they be? Why?

Sarah Negugogor, at Siegel and Gale, has posted a concise argument against using lawyers, engineers, or managers to write content. I found myself nodding in agreement all the way through…