“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”
From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book

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Alan Ivey's picture

OS X 10.10 Yosemite Local Development Environment: Apache, PHP, and MySQL with Homebrew

OS X 10.10 Yosemite comes with Apache and PHP pre-installed, but it's not in a great configuration, requires root to make lots of changes, and can introduce issues with file ownership and permissions.


Paul Venuti's picture

Hacking the Google Doodle for Fun and Profit, Minus the Profit

Like many of my friends (especially my running friends), I’ve gotten a little caught up in Olympic fever this week. Also like many of my friends, I ha


Tyler Renelle's picture

The Quantified Self

In light of our recent launch of The iDiet, and their forthcoming tools for weight tracking - let's talk about The Quantified Self.


Nicco Mele's picture

Movement-Building and Email-Sending: a conversation about the MoveOn Effect

I was invited to join FireDogLake for an online chat with Dave Karpf, author of The MoveOn Effect.


Matt Burge's picture

The Wilderness Society redesign: Power to the admin!

In July, EchoDitto and The Wilderness Society (TWS) relaunched their web presence. With a spectacular design in hand, we worked to ensure that the site functioned as well as it looked.


Justin Pinder's picture

Demistifying the Cloud

We toss the word “Cloud” around a lot these days. Apple stores our pictures and music on iCloud. Amazon hosts our websites and stores our data on the


Corey Speisman's picture

Put That In Your Git and Code It

Prior to starting my internship at EchoDitto I tried to familiarize myself with ALL the technologies expected to use in my summer position. I was set


Jesse Littlewood's picture

What are the Best Social Media Tools for Non-Profits and Small Businesses?

EchoDitto's client offerings include assistance with digital strategies beyond your website -- including social media. One question we often receive f


Nicandro Iannacci's picture

What's the matter with data?

“In the information economy, data is power and we face a choice between democratizing it and holding on to it for an asymmetrical advantage,” writes

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: