“(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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The Ultimate Email Checklist

Our ultimate email checklist is a series of checks, or reminders, of what needs to be in place before you set targeting and hit send. It's similar to your grocery list.


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Weekly Web Round Up - Aug. 31

There were lots of big things happening on the web this week. Here are a few of the items we were reading about.

Election 2012


Alan Ivey's picture

Three ways to get Drush on OS X

As I've said before, we love drush. It's hard to imagine doing Drupal work without it.


Liz Schwartz's picture

Vote EchoDitto for 2013!

It’s that time of year again - you’re weeding through the candidates, considering your options, thinking about the kind of future you want to see, and then voting accordingly to try to make that future a reality.


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Gravity, Part II

It’s early. I’m no stranger to it; I’m an early riser these days. But I’m especially tired today…..didn’t sleep well the night before in anticipation


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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.


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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.

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