Monday, April 17, 2017
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Gulp! What was that? That was the sound of that site being purchased by Network Solutions (huge company). So now, Network Solutions offers not just domain names, but also they'll create an e-commerce site for you AND they'll list your site in thinklocal. That's why Network Solutions bought thinklocal.
That also means if I do anything similar with think-local, I might have a legal fight with Network Solutions, and I'm sure they have more attorneys than I do!
Saturday, January 29, 2011
I also fixed my scripts so businesses that don't exist any more won't leave blank spaces on the list. If you go to this page, and select one of the streets listed above, you'll see a complete listing of businesses in the Tenderloin neighborhood for those streets.
Note: this script doesn't seem to work on iPads and many smart phones. I have made another script that does, but haven't connected it to the updated database yet.
Friday, January 28, 2011
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Ha. She has no interest in walking around the Tenderloin with a clipboard.
Friday, July 10, 2009
I discuss the issue with the government officials (who make decisions at a snail's pace), and find out the name of their web developer.
I share my ideas with the web developers, and they respond with over-the-top enthusiasm. But the talk is of writing a business plan and venture capital - top down, instead of my more organic grass roots approach.
I am hoping that I just might hire the developers myself, but they seem to have their hands full re-vamping the government site.