Jun 27 2006

3..2..1.. LAUNCH! CheyenneJack.com

Posted by cheyennejack at 7:41 PM
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Well, its been a long time coming. But, finally I took some time and created my own webpage. I'll be using this page mostly to Blog about current Tech happenings in Atlanta and elsewhere. I really believe Atlanta is springing up to be the SouthEastern hub for Software Development and New Media.

Other parts of the site will include reviews on certain tech items that I've purchased and/or reviewed. Most of my family and close friends know that I spend way too much time evaluating things. That probably won't stop, so as a benefit, to those on my site, I'll let you know what I've studied up on for a particular product. Hopefully, others will chime in as well.

I'll also be trying to incorporate many of the Web 2.0 services into this site everywhere. The distributed web is coming. I know you won't remember to check my site often, but add at least add this blog to your RSS reader. If you aren't sure what that is, check out the video link on my first post. I covered alot of Web 2.0 topics at my companies first lunch n learn, and many have found it useful. It was definitely gratifying to know that I did this talk 6 weeks before Newsweek did their piece entitled "Putting the 'We' in Web". Several co-workers mentioned that my talk covered everything the Newsweek article did and more. One, even felt she was the hit of a dinner conversation when she knew all about 'Wikis" before anybody else including that it is Hawaiian for "quick".

Finally, I utilized the DotNetNuke Engine to launch this site and it really saved me some time (which I never seem to have enough of), in getting out some basic features like this blog. I'd definitely suggest that others even with little web experience look into it as well. I just set up the default installation through GoDaddy.com services. It is better to manually do this, but I wanted to experience what your typical user might do in getting something like this started. Its not too bad.

Enjoy, and feel free to comment on what you think, what you want to hear, and how you found my site.

-CheyenneJack

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Ginger Throckmorton

Ginger Throckmorton wrote on 04/03/08 7:39 PM

Love it. You are magnificent.

Love, the MOM
Cheyenne

Cheyenne wrote on 04/03/08 7:39 PM

Uhh, Gee thanks Mom. Nothing like trying to launch a site and having your mom be the first to love it. But seriously, this is probably your first blog comment, so keep them coming.

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