I’ll admit that as ugly as they are, I typically just use the free plastic checkbook covers provided by the bank. But when I am in a hurry, I have trouble distinguishing my business checkbook from my personal one (not to mention my husbands that is usually nearby) so I decided it was long overdue that I invest in a checkbook cover.
My cover arrived in the mail soon after and I am so pleased with the quality and craftsmanship. I will definitely come back to this etsy shop in the future!
October 31, 2008 | Link to this post
A sucker for trendy posters, I have had my eye on this one for a while. People seem to have a “love it or hate it” approach to this reproduction of a WWII propaganda poster but the chocolate brown one from sfgirlbybay is a perfect piece for our guest bathroom.
October 21, 2008 | Link to this post
Any designer and developer knows the headaches that IE6 can bring, but thanks to Jason Wendel (friend and former co-worker) checking for those phantom margins just got easier. Introducing the BrowserPack.
I’ve been using BrowserPack for a while, and of all the solutions I could find online, this one was by far the easiest to install and use. If you are a designer or developer who considers cross-browser compatibility an important part of any web site, I recommend that you download the BrowserPack today.
October 14, 2008 | Link to this post
You may have heard of and/or donated to Kiva before, but now is your chance to help them earn $1.5 million. The have currently made it to the Final Five of the American Express Members Project and need your vote.
Kiva is an organization that matches lenders giving as small as $25 to entrepreneurs in countries working to pull themselves out of poverty. It’s a great organization and your vote can help them win the $1.5M prize. If you aren’t a cardmember, encourage those to who are to cast a vote.
Whether or not Kiva wins the grand prize, consider giving the gift of Kiva for birthdays and holidays, because it really is the gift that keeps on giving.
October 7, 2008 | Link to this post