Wiki Gets Facelift!

Posted on: March 20th, 2009

I’m glad to announce that the WebWorks Docs Wiki has just received a facelift. Does this mean it looks different? – Yes. Does this mean it functions different? – No… well Yes. So what did actually change? We changed the MoinMoin theme of the Wiki to use a theme based on the classic Windows Explorer […]

Blogs and Agile

Posted on: August 28th, 2008

I’m glad we are getting some recognition for our blogging efforts, which leads me to a few thoughts for the end of August. So now it seems that even Marketing has gone “Agile”. I think having a blog as a company marketing mechanism is very agile and is big change from traditional marketing techniques that […]

Screen Capture Programs

Posted on: August 15th, 2008

At a recent Open House, a discussion about good tools for capturing computer screens came up and I recalled that I had actually done quite a bit of research and experimentation with these types of tools. I also had put together a short write-up on my company’s internal wiki about the topic. Now I […]

Wiki Versus the 80-20 Rule

Posted on: January 25th, 2008

I’m passionate about business philosophies and how they can be applied to business processes and systems. Recently, I realized that new tools, such as internal wikis, can call for rethinking our assumptions/common understandings of even well established business philosophies, such as the 80-20 rule. I was reading a popular book on how to build and […]

Adding Intuitive Icons to Your HTML Hyperlinks

Posted on: January 2nd, 2008

The following image is a recent screen capture of our website front page. Notice that there are icons placed after all the text hyperlinks. Today’s blog entry will discuss a fairly straight forward CSS method for adding this behavior to any web content, including legacy files. Background For our website, we wanted our text hyperlinks […]

Evaluating ePublisher Express instead of Pro

Posted on: December 18th, 2007

Today, I would like to briefly explain a change in the process for evaluating ePublisher that began with the 9.3 release. The change was to have users download and install the component called: ePublisher Express instead of ePublisher Pro. The motivation being to more gradually introduce new users to the powerful design capabilities built into […]