Today we go take a closer look at where our Christmas party would have happened, if everything came together. My hopes are that we may still be able to use it for something – because Pantone and the rest did do a lot of great work on it. Remember to like the video if you enjoyed – and leave me your comments!
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We are back in action on the MindCrack Fan Server and are all ready for Christmas! We get our present from our secret santa and then play secret santa to our good friend, OreoWeirdo. Who was it that tried to prank me?
After some technical difficulties with the MindCrack fan server – I am back on and ready to do some building. Today we will work together to start up the Secret Santa stand in Blockhaven. This should offer the community a way to request and deliver presents to other people on the server. Let me me know what you think of the design and also don’t forget to leave a like above!
Ohh, and don’t forget to visit Oddmast’s channel here:
Looking for a distraction free way to celebrate the holidays on your desktop? Check out this awesome and simple Christmas tree wallpaper I found over at Simple Desktops. I really hate having too much clutter on desktop while I work, so this wallpaper is perfect for me – how about you?
I am having way too much fun with the Batman and Robin comic generator this morning. It is Monday though, so I am allowed a little leeway, right?
My question to you all is, did it really happen or is this some Internet hoax?
Christmas has even made it’s way over to Mitchelaneous.com – and who would have guessed I’d pass up the chance to call it Mitch-mas.
For all of you I have two very special presents – a couple of my other side projects you may or may not know that much about. I wanted to take a minute or two of your time so that you could check them out, and if you like them as much as you like Mitchelaneous – feel free to subscribe there too. Merry Christmas!
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Here are a few of the desk-orations I have done this year around to get myself into the holiday spirit. Let me know what you think!
Here’s hoping that each and every one of you out there have a very Merry Christmas (or insert other just as merry other holiday here). It has been a most excellent holiday season from here – as I am enjoying a break from my usual job – a little mini vacation to help me recharge the ol’ batteries.
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Now running out of things to do, just running out of the energy to do them with.
I am not sure if it is because of the holidays, end of the year rush or just being a little burnt out. No matter what the reason might be, I just have not been up to writing as much as I usually do this week.
I have been taking it a little lighter in hopes that once the new year (or after Christmas rush) rolls by I will be back to my old content creating self. So if you notice a slowdown in any of my normal stomping ground – don’t be worried! I am just feeling the end of the year blues like the rest of you.
This might be a good time for me to reorganize my own way of doing things. I really need to go through my documents and find a better way of saving old articles and keeping payment records. Perhaps I should just backup and burn my docs to a DVD and start fresh on January 1st?
For any content creators in the house, how to you cope with this lack of energy to create something new? I would love to hear any suggestions from any and all who have them.
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Other topics on this week’s show include:
+ Giving the Gift of Web Hosting for the Holidays
+ How and Why Web Hosts Should Create a Knowledge Base