godbit, crossconnector, and a good Tuesday.
Most of you know I’m a web design novice. I’ve been working on the new site for Love A Child for far too long, but I’m finally making some measurable progress. Yesterday I was perusing godbit.com, a web design/development forum for Christian geeks. I posted a problem I was having with my CMS. Not only did the answer confirm that I was right in the first place, but one of the sites authors told me I was “a master in the making.” Make no mistake – this has completely gone to my head.
I guess as a “thank you” to Ryan for his kind words, I’m becoming an evangelist of sorts for his current project – Cross Connector. From crossconnector.com:
CrossConnector helps you plan and manage mission trips and church activities. It works like a blog, so you’ll get your own website where people can read your messages and check out your projects. You can coordinate with churches and missionaries, send messages to supporters (or anyone), post messages like a blog and invite people to leave comments, research and search past and current mission work, and lots more!
This seems like a very helpful tool. I encourage all eight of you who read this blog to check it out and spread the news.
The praise of a peer wasn’t the only nice surprise I received. Finally – after months of begging, I was given an access card to the building I work in. I was also given a key to the timeclock room. No longer will I have to climb through the shrubs to tap on Mark’s window to let me in the building before it’s officially open. No longer will I have to bare scrutiny from my boss for “writing in” my hours on my timecard. I also got to spend time chillin’ with Jaimes last night while Kristin went to a ministry meeting. Hopefully today doesn’t totally blo.