So much for being able to post more to this site since starting my new job. Not that I haven't had a bit more time, well...
Wow, my last update was in April. Well a lot has happened since then, things have just been too busy to write or draw anything.
Cornerstones of Trust conference on June 29th was a big success, the keynote speeches were great. I am still waiting for the materials to put on the website.
The SV-ISSA website, I effectively shutdown the "poweredbyissa.com" portion and am redirecting that to the sv-issa.org website, which is now a fresh install and fully functional.
I am working on migrating all of the email functionality from GoDaddy to Google apps for your domains.
Working on the Cornerstones of Trust website. Last year this conference was a great success and I'm looking forward to it again this year. Remember that this year it falls on June 29th. Hope to see you there.
I recently received some light critisism with regards to my website. Basically they found that the information was good, but the colors made it hard to read. So I decided to write a new CSS based template from scratch.
I am not completely done yet, but I liked the direction it was looking so much,
I decided now is the time to cut it over. This new theme incorporates what is called a "fluid" design where the information floats in the middle of the page and resizes based on the size of the brower, while maintain certain aspects.
I am still playing with this.
This weekend, I finished the first portion of my bookmarklet for the Inn.ocuo.us website. Currently, there are really only two users. Myself and @LauraVezer.
I thought I would create a bookmarklet so that I can more quickly post links to twitter using my own shortener. And now it works.
Here is a picture of Santa I just drew
So, here is my latest drawing done directly on my computer using the VisTablet.
I really like this thing, there are just a few things that bother me.
Currently, I haven't figured out how to limit the device to just one of my monitors on my dual monitor system.
This car took about 5 hours to complete.