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Shyfrog Media Relaunches on Drupal 8

10 months 3 weeks ago

I am happy to announce that I’ve relaunched the Shyfrog Media (http://www.shyfrog.net) site on #Drupal 8 with a new design. The site has a renewed emphasis on web design and development, media production, branding, and publishing. Other specialties include music, songwriting, studio & live sound engineering, promotion, and producing. The site will continue to expand […]

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Shyfrog Media Relaunches on Drupal 8

10 months 3 weeks ago

I am happy to announce that I've relaunched the Shyfrog Media (http://www.shyfrog.net) site on #Drupal 8 with a new design.
The site has a renewed emphasis on web design and development, media production, branding, and publishing.

Other specialties include music, songwriting, studio & live sound engineering, promotion,

Lou S. Eastman

Are you a life-long learner? It’s never too late to start.

1 year 1 month ago

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” ~Albert Einstein Not too long ago I wrote a piece about life-long learning called Rust Never Sleeps. Here’s an excerpt: “In the age of information and ready access to seemingly infinite knowledge, it amazes me how many people are unable to get out of […]

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Punk's Not Dead, It Just Smells Funny

1 year 4 months ago

While in Utah, back in April/May 2016 for my oldest son's college graduation and wedding, I took an unexpected side trip down memory lane. Taking my youngest boys to visit with some musician friends (Branden from Rancid and Quinn from The Used) for lunch was a nice little reunion.

Lou S. Eastman

Volunteering: 2016 Uplift Music Festival

1 year 4 months ago

The 2016 Uplift Music Festival has teamed up with the ConVal school district and South Meadow School to be the beneficiaries of this years Uplift! We will be raising money for the school music program to buy much needed instruments and equipment for the kids. Everyone involved with Uplift knows

Lou S. Eastman

The Old Farmer’s Almanac: Making “Old” New Since 1792

1 year 5 months ago

Back in October of 2015, I announced that “Old is New” and that we had migrated our old Drupal 6 site to Drupal 7. This was an interim launch and the real launch would come at a later date. Well, after a lot of design and usability meetings, the creation of custom branded fonts, streamlined […]

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The Old Farmer's Almanac: Making "Old" New Since 1792

1 year 5 months ago

Back in October of 2015, I announced that "Old is New" and that we had migrated our old Drupal 6 site to Drupal 7. This was an interim launch and the real launch would come at a later date. Well, after a lot of design and usability meetings, the creation

Lou S. Eastman

Dark Patterns (The Walking Dead)

1 year 6 months ago

Dress-for-Success, Day Planners, cold calls, hard sells, brick phones, power ties, feathered hair: some things should be left to rest in peace. Somehow, the worst of the worst has risen from the marketing grave and infected the natural, organic, and the living. Here’s a list of walking dead that should be taken out before they […]

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Dark Patterns (The Walking Dead)

1 year 6 months ago

Dress-for-Success, Day Planners, cold calls, hard sells, brick phones, power ties, feathered hair: some things should be left to rest in peace. Somehow, the worst of the worst has risen from the marketing grave and infected the natural, organic, and the living. Here's a list of walking dead that should

Lou S. Eastman

Beyond Work-Life Balance: Honor Your Talents

1 year 7 months ago

All through my youth and into adulthood I’ve met many people who were once dedicated to their passions. These are hardworking individuals who, for some reason or another, have relegated their talents to mere hobbies or past-times. Or worse, they’ve let them go and think of them only as childish dreams. More often than not, […]

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Beyond Work-Life Balance: Honor Your Talents

1 year 7 months ago

All through my youth and into adulthood I've met many people who were once dedicated to their passions. These are hardworking individuals who, for some reason or another, have relegated their talents to mere hobbies or past-times. Or worse, they've let them go and think of them only as childish

Lou S. Eastman

Peterborough, NH: Leaving Silicon for Sanity

1 year 8 months ago

Back in 2007, I made the decision to leave the world of corporations and start-ups in the Silicon Slopes (Utah's version of Silicon Valley) and moved to a small town in the woods of New Hampshire to work in the same industry at a much smaller scale. It's been one

Lou S. Eastman

Rust Never Sleeps: On Becoming a Polymath (wide-range learning)

1 year 8 months ago

Wide-Range Learning In the age of information and ready access to seemingly endless knowledge, it amazes me how many people are unable to get out of their mental comfort zones to expand their learning and strengthen their knowledge, abilities, talents, and creativity. With so many options available, perhaps it’s just too much to filter through […]

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Rust Never Sleeps: On Becoming a Polymath

1 year 8 months ago

"A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch

Lou S. Eastman

Live Local Music

1 year 9 months ago

I am the host of Thunderous Thursdays, a weekly improvisational music jam, streaming live from New Hampshire every Thursday night. It’s mostly off-the-cuff and completely live and raw. Sometimes you’ll catch our band practicing before the jams and a lot of the time there is dead air while musicians take breaks. Conversations get pretty entertaining […]

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Live Local Music

1 year 9 months ago

I am the host of Thunderous Thursdays, a weekly improvisational music jam, streaming live from New Hampshire every Thursday night. It's mostly off-the-cuff and completely live and raw. Sometimes you'll catch our band practicing before the jams and a lot of the time there is dead air while musicians take

Lou S. Eastman

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