Wow. Today has been one of those, "go here, go there, do this, do that, quick hurry, finished, done, thanks, awesome, bang" type of days. Getting a lot accomplished, but also so busy it is hard to see the finished efforts for all the new efforts coming by way.
Today I did manage to make it to my first Lunch 2.0, saw some familiar faces and some new faces I haven't met. One of these new people that I met was Eric M. Curtis, the creative director & interface designer for rgb Design Studio.
I also had a morning coffee at a ridiculously early 7:10am today with some un-named sources. We discussed some new upcoming analytics business opportunities that may be heading Webtrends way and the recent large event in the analytics industry, the acquisition of Omniture by Adobe. This of course is on my mind as I have developed tons of Flash & AIR tagging solutions over the last few months, which now gives me pause. Many in the industry wait with bated breath as to the path Adobe will now take with this acquisition. As many in the industry have already stated, it is a somewhat strange pairing and not to jump on that bandwagon, but it does seem that way.
In Other News
I have a number of projects I am working on, all which will benefit Webtrends Analytics customers as well as people in the analytics industry in general. A few blog entries (which you'll have to read on the Webtrends Blog or the Webtrends Developer?s Blog), and a whole bunch of awesome technical bits, code snippets, and other code based sundry. So stay tuned, more to come. 🙂
4 thoughts on “Busy Busy Me”
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I am not much of a guy who thinks in so deeply about web design but I think your post had some valid points in it. Like designers are forced to design stuff within the limited code available and not go beyond it, their innovation is somewhat limited but still I think Web Design won’t die! I agree that Amazon and other some big sites won’t have a blog but now a days it’s very important to have some sort of option available so people can quickly communicate their thoughts. I think Amazon if wants to shift it to that, they can get a customized CMS for themselves.
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I admire what you have done here. I like the part where you say you are doing this to give back but I would assume by all the comments that this is working for you as well.
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