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  • Video Preview of WordPress 2.7 - Steffan Antonas
    This post like all the others should be thought of as the start of a conversation so please share your ideas by joining in the discussion If you do please adhere to the following commenting rules 1 Be Cool no flaming and no spamming All inappropriate comments will be deleted 2 If you must curse please do so with style and taste 3 Put your URL in the website field and not in the comment box Finally If you liked this article please consider sharing it on del icio us StumbleUpon or Digg I d appreciate it Post navigation Previous Post Building A New Type Of Social Network How Glue Is Using Semantic Technology To Change The Way People Connect On The Web Next Post 7 Things You Probably Didn t Know About Me 10 Comments jazzs3quence December 5 2008 at 1 32 pm thx for this i ve been waiting for an up close and personal look at the actual results of all this hard work i ve been hearing about Goobi December 5 2008 at 1 55 pm Can t wait for the final version 2 7 gimme ryangraves December 5 2008 at 2 53 pm This looks sweet In the past I ve dreaded WP upgrades but now I m looking forward to it Good stuff Hope all is well bro I ll be out in SD over the holidays lets grab a beer Steffan December 5 2008 at 2 07 pm Defs Shoot me an email when you re on your way Brunswick Media Blog WordPress 2 7 Preview December 5 2008 at 8 57 pm you re a blogger of any sort this little video by way of The Blog of Steffan Antonas will make you say ooooohhh chris December 5 2008 at 8 32

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/video-preview-of-wordpress-27 (2016-05-02)
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  • Building A New Type Of Social Network: How "Glue" Is Using Semantic Technology To Change The Way People Connect On The Web - Steffan Antonas
    Of Simplicity Click Crowdsourcing The Numerati Radio Head Hendrix 24 Prison break iPhone Apple Laptop and 5 Popular Sushi restaurants in Soho The stuff I can see in his Glue Profile acts as a great filter for his personality I already have an idea of what Joe s sense of humor might be like I can guess his approximate age I know he s interested in similar topics as me and his music and food tastes are also similar to mine It says instantly do I have stuff in common with this person or not Which is the most frequent question I have that rarely gets answered on the social web Being able to share a bit of ourselves in this way allows us to find more meaningful connections with others and allows us to connect over the things we love Final Thoughts With any luck we re going to start seeing smarter technologies for social browsing and networking that provide better context and meaning to our interactions online Glue is the most noteworthy of such smart technologies available to date While still in its infancy the service represents a significant advance in how people can use semantic technologies to pull their many services together meaningfully and find new ways to find each other and connect over shared interests The novelty simplicity and portability of Glue is a major plus in such a cluttered social networking world and shows us the way forward But don t take my word for it try it yourself Get Glue Published October 28 2008 Author Steffan Antonas Category Blogging and Writing Cyberculture Social Media Tags AdaptiveBlue semantic web Comments 23 Comments Published by Steffan Antonas To the readers of this blog This post like all the others should be thought of as the start of a conversation so please share your ideas by joining in the discussion If you do please adhere to the following commenting rules 1 Be Cool no flaming and no spamming All inappropriate comments will be deleted 2 If you must curse please do so with style and taste 3 Put your URL in the website field and not in the comment box Finally If you liked this article please consider sharing it on del icio us StumbleUpon or Digg I d appreciate it Post navigation Previous Post The Real Difference Between Liberals And Conservatives Next Post Video Preview of WordPress 2 7 23 Comments Fabrice Epelboin October 28 2008 at 12 06 pm Alex Iskold is definitely going somewhere with Glue This is going to be big disclaimer I write for RWW just like Alex but still I really love his stuff Steffan October 28 2008 at 12 10 pm Fabrice I completely agree I think this is going to be huge John Wilker October 28 2008 at 12 09 pm Curious how Glue is different from Socialbrowse or even Medium I can never remember where the dots in the name go Fraser October 28 2008 at 12 47

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/building-a-new-type-of-social-network-how-glue-is-using-semantic-technology-to-change-the-way-people-connect-on-the-web (2016-05-02)
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  • The Win-Win Of Good Linking Etiquette - Steffan Antonas
    point a person to the link with your words We all know what links look like We all use them Besides when you change the flow of your sentences to include calls to action like click here the whole thing just doesn t flow as well Aside from not having their intelligence challenged readers also appreciate being able to scan your posts for keywords While it might be shocking to bloggers who are a liiiiittle bit too enamored with their own writing skills not everyone reads every word In fact studies have shown that most people don t read at all they scan I know right How dare they pfff so making relevant keywords pop out of the text is a good thing because it allows visitors on your site to skip reading every word and find what they re looking for fast Ok netizens go forth and link with style and purpose Published September 17 2008 Author Steffan Antonas Category Blogging and Writing Web Strategy Tags Blogging Search Engine Optimization SEO Web Strategy Comments 17 Comments Published by Steffan Antonas To the readers of this blog This post like all the others should be thought of as the start of a conversation so please share your ideas by joining in the discussion If you do please adhere to the following commenting rules 1 Be Cool no flaming and no spamming All inappropriate comments will be deleted 2 If you must curse please do so with style and taste 3 Put your URL in the website field and not in the comment box Finally If you liked this article please consider sharing it on del icio us StumbleUpon or Digg I d appreciate it Post navigation Previous Post 5 Minutes With Woo My Interview With A WordPress Rockstar Next Post Solving Information Overload With Good Design Why Dashboards Will Be The Next Big Thing For Feeds 17 Comments Michelle September 18 2008 at 3 10 pm Great post Steffan As you know I ve recently created a blog of my own so your suggestions about linking were very helpful Steffan September 18 2008 at 3 19 pm I love the new blog btw The new design is snazzy Stephanie September 22 2008 at 11 27 am Finally SEO and Keyword usage explained simply Thank you so much it can be very confusing to wrap your head around it when first getting into the game This is great Steffan thanks again PS love the blog layout Steffan September 22 2008 at 11 36 am Glad this helps and thanks for the kind words moserw October 8 2008 at 8 46 pm Very helpful and much appreciated Good stuff Lunarpages Review October 16 2008 at 9 16 pm Nice post To add on to the post it s always a good practice adding a title tag in the link especially on image link It will definitely help search engine to understand more about the contents In term of user experience I do

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  • 5 Minutes With Woo: My Interview With A WordPress Rockstar - Steffan Antonas
    of the brand new WooThemes showcase Of course I was twice as psyched when Adii one of the Web s top WordPress theme designers contacted me over the weekend to interview me and get some of my thoughts on the new design and WordPress Premium themes Among other things we discussed blog design and why the choice to go Premium is an important blogging decision I also shared some breif thoughts on blogging trends like lifestreaming Adii posted a transcript of the interview this morning on the WooThemes blog Published September 16 2008 Author Steffan Antonas Category Blogging and Writing Business Entrepreneurship WordPress Tags Adii Interviews WordPress Comments 9 Comments Published by Steffan Antonas To the readers of this blog This post like all the others should be thought of as the start of a conversation so please share your ideas by joining in the discussion If you do please adhere to the following commenting rules 1 Be Cool no flaming and no spamming All inappropriate comments will be deleted 2 If you must curse please do so with style and taste 3 Put your URL in the website field and not in the comment box Finally If you liked this article please consider sharing it on del icio us StumbleUpon or Digg I d appreciate it Post navigation Previous Post The Web and TV A Sibling Rivalry Next Post The Win Win Of Good Linking Etiquette 9 Comments PJ September 17 2008 at 2 21 am Kudos to you you deserve it Steffan September 17 2008 at 7 37 am Thanks PJ Troy Malone September 29 2008 at 7 40 pm I have major theme envy right now Very good design It looks great and very professional Steffan September 29 2008 at 7 48 pm Thanks for the kind

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  • Getting To Know You In 140 Charaters Or Less - Steffan Antonas
    like Twitter is that the mobile devices we use and the speed we can post changes not only how we blog but what we blog Stuff that I d never blog about makes it to Twitter and I m sure that s true for most Twitter users Even capping out at 140 characters per post a stream of small posts about where you are where you re going what you re doing eating enjoying reading watching feeling in near real time is actually far more personal and meaningful than reading a more lengthy article written by someone on the realities of say microblogging The recent rise and success of microblogging platforms like Twitter has shown us that people crave the personal even in short snippets Places you go meals you enjoy small comments and opinions on things you like as you re experiencing them These snippets of personal data matter in the blogging world That they matter coupled with the fact that microblogging allows us the speed and convenience to share this data with others conveniently means that microblogging will only increase in popularity Here s my Twitter link for those curious folks interested in following me Published April 3

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  • startup ideas Archives - Steffan Antonas
    morning I put together this little mind map on my iPad using Adobe Ideas I ve been thinking a lot lately about what a learning platform specifically tailored for creatives might look like and how we might HWM create an online community for that platform that people would aspire to be part of Given that the core of great branding is the expression of the right values I started brainstorming

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/startup-ideas (2016-05-02)
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  • Learn Web Design Archives - Steffan Antonas
    self taught I started years ago with books manuals and blog posts because that s all that was really available Now we ve got an overwhelming number of choices when it comes to learning Im a visual learner so I find that video works best for me learning this stuff Being able to watch someone show you how something complicated is done is so much faster easier and enjoyable For

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  • Prototyping Archives - Steffan Antonas
    all agreed that succeeding in the prototyping stage is about speed pure and simple Quick and dirty beats slow and pretty every single time That said here are 3 prototyping tools that did get discussed Keynotopia This is the one I would naturally gravitate to I m firmly in the quick and dirty camp and this tool is the simplest and is the least expensive Keynotopia is a large collection of user interface design templates that enable you to prototype and test your site or app ideas using Apple Keynote Microsoft PowerPoint or OpenOffice Impress it s almost all drag and drop and if you understand page transitions you re already on your way to mastery Plus you can export your prototype as a clickable pdf which is super handy The templates include thousands of wireframe and high fidelity vector UI components designed from scratch in Keynote Powerpoint and OpenOffice and are fully editable and customizable without needing additional design tools Again at 49 99 this one is the cheapest of the three Here s a video demo of Keynotopia Antetype Antetype is an app that s relatively established in the marketplace and there were a few strong advocates in the room who praised it While the learning curve is a little steeper than Keynotopia this one is definitely better suited for more complex projects and designs At 289 USD you ll have to decide how feature rich you need the tool to be to get your job done Students can also score a copy for 49 which is very reasonable Here s a demo of Antetype Axure Axure was the big boy of the 3 At 589 you d have to be prototyping a lot with it to justify the cost but again there were a few happy users

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/prototyping (2016-05-02)
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