Big news today in the life of Lauren Rabaino: I am taking a job at The Seattle Times as a resident producer. For those of you who don’t know, I left Publish2 at the end of December. Since then, I’ve been blogging, doing freelance design and lounging on the beach — all while searching for Read More
I love Twenty Ten. (Really, it’s what I was thankful for this Thanksgiving). The theme’s structure, typography and general functionality make my mouth water. It’s more than “just another WordPress theme.” The best part: It’s so damn versatile. With just the addition of a file or two (a stylesheet and sometimes a loop-index.php), the theme Read More
I started to write this post for the Carnival of Fail about CoPress. But I realized that the CoPress story wasn’t really mine to tell (passing the mic to Bachhuber) and didn’t end up writing a Carnival of Fail post. However, the interesting narrative that came out of my unfinished post is the story of Read More
I haven’t used Google Tasks since the summer of 2009. I opened up my task list today to start using it again and was amused at what tasks still exist there. I won’t explain any of these things. My favorites are the hexcodes and “Figure out Publish2.” http://bit.ly/5VLoWV 006699 http://socialmention.com/search?q=copress&t= germaine p http://bit.ly/45QpPF Spreadsheet e-mail Read More
To all the mothers out there, I hope you have a wonderful day. I know my mom is — the six words I used to describe her for The New York Times‘ “momoirs” were briefly on the homepage this morning, take a look: I described her as having a “sailor’s mouth, baker’s touch, lion’s heart.” Read More
To capture the data collected by our informal Knight News Challenge survey, I created this infographic.
I am from the generation shaped by 9/11. I still remember that somber day in 2001. I was in seventh grade. I woke up to my dad watching TV, probably around 6 a.m. PST, telling me that a plane had just crashed into The World Trade Center. I didn’t know what that building was. I Read More