Look at this picture I took for Google Web Labs. I put the word “shit” on my forehead and now a machine is drawing it in sand in a museum. That guy pointing is like, “Kids! Gather! Look at the arm drawing ‘shit’ in the sand there!”
My dad owns his own music store. I manage our web presence. I developed a site for the store that is responsive and slick. Search engines seem to love it, too. In the area, there’s another music store (opened way earlier than my dad’s store) that has a horrible web presence. Their website is template-based and still looks ugly. It’s also very difficult to locate on the internet. Their Facebook page is even worse. Nothing has been posted in three months, and, as you can see, the information area mentions Thanksgiving, which was months ago.
My dad was one of the first people to like them on Facebook. We always get a good laugh out of that.
Okay, good, it wasn’t just me. The Facebook docs are HORRIBLE. The examples don’t always work, documentation is outdated in some cases, and many links are dead.
So far I’m liking Tumblr,
I can now finally post whatever I want. To practice this ability I will now post my Zune Card:
yes, I know, it’s very impressive.