Our Version of How We Ended Up Where We Did
An ad on Facebook reads:
“In living, our stories are made. In writing, our stories are remembered. Write them, lest they forget.” I like that. This is really about a life message – and communicating it.
At some point in life, we’re told, we’re supposed to care about what mark we’re leaving on the world, one . . .
Kermit W. Kuehn
It is competitive out there. It's difficult to get noticed, at least for the right things. A resume is good. But hardly distinctive. Getting through the maze is tough. Working connections on LinkedIn or Twitter are important to getting your name out there. But, again, they’re only pieces of a bigger game of getting noticed and getting . . .
Feature Upgrades Image, Video and Pdf Uploads
First off, best wishes for 2017!
We're excited to start the new year with a feature release. The media gallery, which is a new feature allowing you to display images, pdf files and videos in a gallery, has just gone live. You may have already noticed something was different if you checked your account in the past day or so, . . .
It has been awhile since I've checked in. Shame on me, actually. We have been busy around here, so let me give you a brief update as to what's been happening on Silvrback.
First, if you haven't already noticed, we revamped the look and feel, and re-purposed the Silvrback homepage somewhat. While we're still . . .
We have a number of updates I wanted you to know about. First, we've made the avatar/profile image in the Gorilla UI theme optional. You can set this up from your account controls menu using the UI schemes for your blog and editor link from your blog setup screen . We continue to look for ways to offer you that . . .
Just a short note to announce an upgrade many of you have been looking for and that is the ability to embed HTML into Markdown. This solution allows you to handle Twitter and keyboard symbol embeds.
You'll find the faq on this linked here. There is also a link in the Markdown cheat sheet, located in the upper left-hand side of . . .
Hopefully, you noticed something has changed on your blog page today. It has taken awhile to bring this to life, but we're pleased to announce the release of the search feature for Silvrback. It has been on the "to do" list for some time now.
The search function will add to a reader's ability to more easily access . . .