April, 2008 archive

Reivew: Google Apps

April 28th, 2008 | OSS Web Dev Methodologies, The Company | No comments

Every startup I’ve been a part of has gone through that, “what are we going to do for email?” stage. It used to be very simple. Those with the technical experience would setup a pop or imap server along with SMTP. Problem solved. However, eventually someone would need to access their e-mail via the Web [...]

What Is Digital Theatrics?

April 15th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | 1 comment

In a previous post, I mentioned a “genre of services” I would like Webcraft Studios to perform. Tonight, I’m ready to announce the first of those services. I call it Digital Theatrics. Digital theatrics is the art of weaving a digital story in a virtual medium through social role playing. Social Role Playing is the [...]

Quickbooks Online Doesn’t Support Linux Users

April 10th, 2008 | OSS Unfriendly Webapps, The Company | 5 comments

A little while back, I posted about Citibank’s poor linux support. While Citibank had a goofy user experience that made it seem as though they were completely blocking traffic from Linux machines, there was a way to access the site and – according to user reports – the site is fully functional on Linux.

Diving Off The Deep End

April 2nd, 2008 | The Company | No comments

It’s on. Yesterday was my last day as an employee. I’ve spent a good part of the day setting up client accounts, getting things organized, and trying to plan out the next couple of steps.