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Josh S.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Josh S. Aug 6, 2008.


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I have a spoken word show I'm trying to raise moneys to four wall. The idea is that it is poetry but also humorous and fun, rather than laborious and painstakingly forthcoming and personal.

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Good, stay a while
A metaphysical comment
Meant to take a quiet
Flight that simply soars
With words needs and feelings
Working towards
Two Words
Or Worlds
Or someone who is
Entirely too sentimental
To admit
The pittance
An approving nod
Can bring to the mean
Of meaning
This blubbering style
Covering childish
Wars with the man
Who knows poetry
Exists in fits of
Doves of peace
Wreaths we all can
Fluttering somehow
The black of the mind
Seeing Somehow this

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At 8:47am on July 31, 2008, David Eide said…

Hi Josh,

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At 10:40pm on August 1, 2008, Josh S. said…
The worst part of taking time to make a decision about a content management system is the design. A good majority of content management systems resemble a cookie cutter mold in layout and feel, giving the user a more suspect experience when trusting the products or information on the site.
If only it were easier to work with the server side kernel which, in most cases, determines the final display of your site when using this type of web application. Applying hard wire fixes can be both time consuming and dangerous, when a table or database can be transferred or archived and the design of the site can be dependent primarily on third party code or modifications to the original, which, in all honesty, are hard wire fixes in and of themselves.
An easy way to work with a particular design is to change the header and footer, leaving the layout or color scheme the only real obstacle in how the site is to appear unique or interesting enough to win and keep the user's or consumer's trust.
Just as a great website can become disappointing when the design is less than impressive, a great design, of course needs to have a living aspect to it, inasmuch as any successful venture requires a constant effort if not brilliance in construction and execution.
Neglecting the content of your site is just as destructive as sacrificing good design for ease of supporting it with fresh ideas in layout and design. In fact, the subconscious judgment that an average user may make when visiting a site that appears much like even a few others (s)he knows could reduce and/or undermine it's efficacy.
At 5:53am on January 14, 2009, Jennifer Helen said…
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