Great opportunity to move to Media Temple

  • May 29th, 2012
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Are you happy with your current web host? I know I am. Media Temple is currently running a special Summer Starter Kit special: 50% off SiteMover + 20% hosting. SiteMover is Media Temple’s completely new hands-off solution for site migration. I just used it last week to move from an older 3.5 Dedicated-Virtual to the […]

Unstandard Theme, WordPress 3.0+ ready

Finally. Neglected but not forgotten, the Unstandard WordPress theme update is available for download. The jump from version 1.2.1 to 2.0 includes a complete re-write and supports post thumbnails (no more fiddling with custom fields), custom backgrounds and nested menus. The design has been modified slightly but still includes multiple color options as child themes […]

Supplement your backup routine with Disk Drill Pro

Cleverfiles was kind enough to provide three licenses ($250+ total value) for 5THIRTYONE readers. To find out how to claim a license for yourself, continue reading after the jump. You need to probably should check out Disk Drill (Pro). I’m saying this because I’ve used the utility a handful of times to successfully recover deleted […]

Emailed, managing tasks with Evernote

Email has and always will be central to how I get personal & work “stuff” done. No matter how many task applications, browser extensions and web services I experiment with, my email inbox consistently stands out as the single repository where all tasks begin their [often long-winded] lifecycle. Maintaining a manageable inbox is an uphill […]

Recent Dropbox updates with Smart Folders

I love Dropbox. It’s a flexible sync service that does exactly what you expect it to do – reliably. At 47 Degrees, we use Dropbox to share and collaborate on documents, assets and general company resources. The service is completely integrated with each one of our machines (Mac house). Changes happen quickly with the only […]

Earmarked WordPress Theme

Before launching the Bespoke WordPress Theme, I was running a custom theme on 5thirtyone.com which I called Earmarked. Over the course of its use, I received a number of inquiries regarding the release of a paid version. It was because of these inquiries that I entertained the idea of a premium theme service of my […]

Happy new year, introducing Bespoke for WordPress

If you’re reading this update through your feed reader, you’re missing out on the fact that 5thirtyone.com is sporting a new look — I’m eating my own dog food so to speak. I call it the Bespoke theme, and you can grab it for yourself over at Themetie. The decision to release Bespoke (a first), […]

Streamd.in project launch, currently Twitter + Google Maps

Location, location, location. Anyone who attended or followed the 2010 SXSW festival understood that the hot topic was “geolocation”. Twitter officially enabled geolocation on streams providing users with the option to include their current location with messages, Foursquare is reporting crazy new user numbers and Gowalla is reporting their own activity numbers from SXSW. So […]

Warning! Gmail users beware, fake upgrade emails

UPDATE: According to a comment on digg, gmailupgrades.com has been taken down. Important FYI update for any Gmail users. If you receive the following email in your Gmail account, do not follow the embedded link. With the recent announcement of Google paid Google storage upgrades, the following phishing emails will undoubtedly become more and more […]

The 11th Hour, global warming and awareness

Earlier this evening I caught a sneak preview of The 11th Hour (Warner Independent Pictures) at the Seattle Art Museum thanks to Yelp & TheWarrenReport. The film, produced & narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio (no joke), looks back at global changes – namely global warming. The film is somewhat similar to the Al Gore’s heavily marketed […]

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