Happy November! Hope you’re not too full of Halloween Candy. And to my fellow Philly friends I hope you’ve started to come down from your World Series high.
This week we have information about Tweetdeck, a Train for Humanity article, memories of a grandmother, making your website recession-proof, some thoughts on Doctor Who, two of my new articles at Environmental Graffiti and Halloween photos.
- What Does Rate Limited Exceeded Mean – I usually use Tweetdeck to access Twitter. The creator of the air application wrote up an article about what it means when you get a rate limit exceeded message in the program. I was having a lot of trouble with that but I think the cause was a WordPress plugin I was using.
- Recession Proof Your Website – ThinkDave provides some strategies to recession proof your website. Like Dave, I have enough problems so I’m not going to think about the the economic ones.
- Train for Humanity: One Month After Launch 10 Lessons Learned Mark Hayward shares the lessons he learned about launching a non-profit via social media.
- 8 Awesome Star Wars Pumpkins – This was my Halloween article for Environmental Graffiti. There are photos of 8 Star Wars pumpkin carvings.
- How Google Earth and Cell Phones Save Elephants – This is my third article at Environmental Graffiti. It’s about how SMS technology is being used in Kenya to help save elephants. I love elephants and you can visit my news site here. Unfortunately, I have not been keeping up with it very well recently and am planning on a redesign.
- West Philadelphia Halloween Children’s Parade – Here are the photos from the children’s parade that I took my daughter to on Halloween.
- My Grandmother – Kristi wrote a beautiful and touching article about her grandmother who passed away recently.
- David Tennant has announced that we will not longer play Doctor Who after 2009. While this is very disappointing to those of us who love the show and David Tennant, we have started to think of a suitable replacement. My vote is for Dylan Moran, who is most well known for a cult British comedy called Black Books. This may be one of the few times that I mention television. I never watch television but I do love Doctor Who and watch the dvds.