It is always exciting to release new features, polish some existing processes and fix the annoying glitch here and there. Recall we released some updates last month and these seem to be working well.
We expect to release the next batch of changes this coming week. As will be the usual case, you will not notice most of . . .
The Power to Change the World
"No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world." – John Keating
This quote of Robin Williams' character in the movie Dead Poets Society seems to capture a bit of the hope of every blogger. I think we are driven by the desire to impact the world, even in some little way.
We look for evidence of our . . .
I wanted to give you a heads up on some changes coming to Silverback starting this week. We plan to deploy a small batch of updates during the first half of the week. We hope this will be the first of many upgrades you’ll see over the next several months. As you might guess, going live with any changes makes us both . . .
While it may be too early to be singing the songs of Christmas, the season in mind for this short blog relates to the shift from the hectic summer schedule to the increasingly measured and routine pace of fall and winter.
Schools and colleges are now in session bringing the adventures of summer to a close. Life settles into a different groove . . .
Victor Kiam, long gone now, was the former owner of the now famous and infamous New England Patriots. He became a celebrity of sorts in his day as the pitchman for the Remington razor. His line, “I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company”, not only made him a household name but also sold a bunch of Remington products.
Plus, it was also . . .
Maintaining the Flow....
“Lean, beautiful and distraction-free blogging.”
“Embrace the zen-like, Silvrback writing experience.”
These statements capture the tone and feel of the blogging experience we seek to create on the Silvrback platform. Call it a core principle, the central vision, or perhaps our calling. However we choose to call it, we must be mindful of how . . .