I know we have blogged about this before, but just to be clear, the web is a rapidly changing place. New technologies, new services, new best practices, things are changing all the time. Often times, it seems that people are sort of set it and forget it with their web sites, and that can a dangerous thing.
I spend a fair amount of time outside. Many people who do spend time in remote areas often have an affinity for cutting tools (big knives, little knives, axes, saws, etc). These tools help do the things you need to do, prepare food, setup tarps, process fire needs (tinder, kindling, and fuel wood), process game, etc. The list is near endless, any time you are doing something constructive, a cutting tool is going to be used.
Over the years I have used numerous cutting tools. The photo in this post is from a recent canoe trip, and is only the tip of the iceberg as far as how many cutting tools I actually own. Normally each trip I go on, I take at least one cutting tool, most of the time two, and even three sometimes. How many and what ones all depend on the situation, what conditions I think it’s likely that I will encounter. It’s nice to have all these various tools in the bag to select from to use afield in different circumstances.
Tools in Our Bag
Our bag tricks is also growing, meaning we have new technologies we can put into play. Often times we like to talk about these new things on this blog, such as our recent posts about Pagination, QR codes and Pinterest. Even if it’s not something we have blogged about, it seems that nearly weekly there is new stuff in the websphere we are internally talking about.
Please don’t think that once your site is launched, you never have to think about it. There are constantly evolving things on the web, your site should be among them.
As always, we are pretty easy to get in contact with to discuss.