A couple things:
If I'm on a page on your blog (or the community portion or whatever), I'd really like to be able to click the top button to return back to your blog specifically. Idk if that's being implemented currently (since the button doesn't work right now at all) but I know a few days ago it took me to the SETT homepage rather than Tynan.com.
Also, sometimes it randomly logs me off.
Overall it's damn good obviously. When I start a blog, I will want to use it. Let us know when we can use some sort of Beta
To break with my normal style of post, I thought this week I'd share some of my favorite software that helps me get work done on a daily basis. Because I use Linux it won't all be applicable to you, but maybe some of the ideas will be, and a lot of the software is cross-platform.
Ubuntu + Gnome
I love the Ubuntu operating system. In particular I like how everything just works super easily (including typically tricky things like printers), and that it's infinitely customizable. I spend a lot of time on my computer, so small customizations have a big effect on long term productivity.
Gnome is a "window manager" for linux. I switched on a whim and I LOVE it compared to Ubuntu's default window manager. I think it's way better than OSX, Windows, and Unity (Ubuntu's default).
This post was written in 2004, when I was still running the real estate company:
Most of you know I run a real estate company, DROdio Real Estate, Inc. which is a technologically progressive firm. For about 2 years now I've been hearing about blogs, but I never really understood their power until the last month or so.
If you're anything like me, you have probably heard the buzzword "blog" a lot, but you might be wondering how an "online diary" could be useful in the business world.
First off, a word about what it takes to write a really good blog. You can't be in the game for a week or a month. You have to be ready to consistently write really good blog postings for at least 6 months, and probably longer. I'd guess you need about 100 to 200 blog postings before you'll see any kind of ROI on your time investment. If you can write 500+ blog postings, you'll be getting to where you need to be.I see two major benefits of blogs:
Let me show you some examples: