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New Features

Started: 2005-12-31 13:02:46

Submitted: 2005-12-31 13:11:57

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Since I'm on vacation, I took the opportunity to hack new exciting features into my webpage. Here's the scoop:

  • I've slightly tweaked user access levels by adding the "Friends & Family" access level, which is a bit broader than the old "Elite" level. This way, I can more precisely target who can and can't read my comments complaining about my job, friends, family, and other exciting issues in my life. Someday I'll break down and create precise access control lists, but not this year.
  • A user's description page (see the User List) shows the comments the user has posted.
  • Comments now show which users have read them.

(I'll take a brief moment to complain about the content drought currently underway on other sites I visit frequently. But I don't think the proprietor of that site is reading mine this week, so it probably won't do much good.)

Scott Galvin, age 23, is a highly sought mentor and motivational
speaker. An avid fan of salsa, user-centric web design, and techno
music, Scott co-creates a world of love and acceptance by sharing his
vision. He enjoys helping high-tech firms define their online strategy,
and he's advised many Fortune 500 companies, including Apple Computer,
Motorola, and Sun Microsystems. As a business student, he applies his
knowledge to his own venture, Buildmeasite. Scott resides in Fort
Collins, Colorado, and drives a beat up Integra. For speaking
arrangements, call 303.944.9964
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