New York Times: How to get to be the first in line

  • November 21st, 2006

As a follow-up to yesterdays Amazon offers Nintendo Wiis, fails to deliver?, Matt Ritchel of the New York Times (Technology) published a short piece concerning the experiences of shopping for a Nintendo Wii using the more traditional wait-in-line in front of a brick ‘n mortar vs. shopping online with Missing From Internet: Avid Shoppers Sharp […]

Adult CPR & First-Aid certification

  • October 22nd, 2006

After seven hours of training, video presentations, Little Anne Manikin’s, rubber gloves, and face masks, I now have a little wallet insert recognizing my completion of the American Red Cross Adult CPR & First-Aid certification course. An overall unique experience and discovery of knowledge that I highly recommend to anyone interested in challenging their emergency […]

Special – Pink for October

  • October 1st, 2006

Having previously announced my intent to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness month, 5ThirtyOne is wearing a new coat with a touch of pink. Although I may not have been as adventerous with the color in comparison to fellow Pink for October participants, I hope that my intentions will speak for themselves. During the month of […]

Going pink for October

  • August 29th, 2006

In support of the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 5thirtyone.com is going pink. For the full scoop on the man behind the pink push for October, check out Matthew Oliphant’s Breast Cancer Awareness initiative Pink for October. An estimated 1.2 million people [worldwide] will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Contrary to popular belief, […]

Personal interview on Pinoy WordPress

  • May 24th, 2006

Benji from PinoyWordPress, which caters to the Flilipino WordPress community, fired some one-on-one questions my way for an online interview. Something entirely new for me considering the interview focused on the roots of my current “aspiring” design phase. P_WP: Hi and welcome to PinoyWordpress.com, let’s start out first with how you got started in the […]

Post CSS Reboot wrap

  • May 2nd, 2006

The Spring CSS Reboot has finally come to a close and after perusing comments & emails concerning 5ThirtyOne and other rebooted pages, I can finally begin to collect my thoughts concerning the experience. I guess it’s fair for me to explain why I decided to participate in this years Spring Reboot. The simple motivating factor, […]

Official 5ThirtyOne 2006 CSS Reboot!

  • April 30th, 2006

This is it. The official 5ThirtyOne 2006 CSS Reboot submission. I know I mentioned on numerous ocassions that my reboot had begun a few weeks back, but I couldn’t resist. After seeing great inspiration from the likes of Phu Ly [If..Else Log] and Jonathan Snook [Snook.ca], I had to get under the hood of 5ThirtyOne […]

ClaimID to manage your online identity?

  • February 26th, 2006

How often do you drop your own name into an online search engine? Go ahead. Admit it. How many times per week do you query the online indexes in search of your name knowing full well that the results are probably no different from yesterday, last week, or last month [EgoSurf]? Your next potential employer […]