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Liveblogging Cynthia

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Right now, I am sitting in Cynthia Kintigh's portion of the web tools workshop. Although we haven't gotten to the "how you can use this information" portion of the show, so far it's been an interesting overview of marketing. My stomach is so sour from candy, scones and coffee that I may have to only eat one burger at In-n-Out today. Cynthia...

Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 10:47 AM

Dave Won


I too am in Alex's class.... Yesterday we had a training where Dave and I had a contest to see who would have the better presentation. During the presentations we asked the audience to give us a score.  "Plus one!"  "Minus two!" In the end, Dave was victorious, with a final score of NEGATIVE .5 points.  Sad...


Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 9:33 AM

Liveblogging Alex


Right now, I'm sitting in our effective use of web tools workshop, and Alex Azam is dazzling the audience with Site Builder's design tools.There is a giant bowl of candy on the table in front of me. Pam Geisel brought it in. A very nice gesture, I think. One of the delicious candies included has a sour apple flavor. This flavor has permeated the...

Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 9:23 AM

That's How We Roll

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The Web Action Team is going to leave the Action Cave next week and actually get out to talk to people! We are conducting a training for the North Coast and Mountain Region on 'Advanced SiteBulder-ing'.  We want to show people how to take their site beyond where most County sites are sitting now.  This is not a standard SiteBuilder...

Posted on Friday, November 30, 2007 at 3:19 PM

Site Builder File and WYSIWYG Upgrade


There are two significant changes to Site Builder that may delight, puzzle or frustrate you, depending on whether or not they break something on your site. I kid, I kid. They probably won't break anything. One of the changes was extremely simple, in concept. Instead of storing your files inside of your site's folder, we used to store them...

Posted on Friday, November 16, 2007 at 8:53 AM

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