Friday, June 09, 2006

a new home for tell ten friends

That's right folks, this blog is MOVING!

I'll point you to the new address is a second, but first I wanted to acknowledge the architect behind our fancy new digs.

Rob Masefield has been a terrific friend and colleague since I met him last year around this time. His eye for design and attention to detail make him an incredibly talented web developer, in addition to his skills as a photographer and world traveller.

He's an Aussie living in Canada, and aside from the charming accent, he has integrated well; both socially and professionally. (He builds great sites for SMBs, and the guy LOVES hockey!) I highly recommend him, and he is Designer #1 in the Tell Ten Friends network of media professionals. Can't say enough about the guy, really. Check out his growing portfolio of client work, much of which has been completed since he landed here a year ago.

Anyway, now that we have given a nod to Rob, it's time to send you over to the new home of the telltenfriends blog:

Thanks to Rob, the new Wordpress blog is now neatly integrated into the newly designed main site at I couldn't be happier with the result, myself; but I still welcome any feedback that you may have.

A note to subscribers:

The current feed for this blog: will not change, so you needn't make any changes. (Unless you are subscribed to the blogger atom.xml feed, in which case please update)

For linkers and blog friends:

This blogger site will remain live as an archive, so your links will be honored. As of today though, please point links to the new address.

Thank you all for reading, and I hope the switch-over is relatively painless for you. If you have any issues, don't hesitate to drop me a line and I'll try to rectify them.



Thursday, June 08, 2006

light blogging this week...sorry

I've been busy. That's my excuse.

In the very next post, you'll understand why. Fishing was great btw, photos and a slideshow to come.



Thursday, June 01, 2006

if I catch a fish...

I'll post a picture of it, I promise.

I'm taking a much needed break this weekend (starting this afternoon!) to go fishing with my dad, my father-in-law and my uncle Don.

The weather is supposed to be "iffy," so say a prayer for sunshine. If you're jealous, don't be. You too can charter the Amber Spirit for a weekend of sport fishing in Desolation Sound. Just call my aunt Christine and book your adventure.

Cheers, all. Back early next week with more hot air on the subject of marketing.