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    Launched new CMS (ExpressionEngine) website for Framework:CR, a Wilton-based company that develops integrated sustainability strategies and initiatives for corporations.

    {Ed. Note 6/30/09: As much as I think ExpressionEngine is a good, solid Content Management System, the learning curve can be steep for the non-technical or “casual” content manager. Also, installing these database-driven websites on shared hosting environments (typically not optimized for such things) can compromise performance and the last thing you or your client wants to be dealing with is getting GoDaddy (or similar host) to clean up their server’s load-balancing. This being the case for Framework:CR, the site has since been ported over to the new WordPress. With the new release of 3.0, WordPress has moved well beyond a simple blog package into a robust CMS platform. But more importantly, because WordPress is by far the most popular open-source publishing system online, most shared hosting companies are already optimized to use it.}

    {Ed. Note 11/16/11: At the client’s request, removed all links to site or it’s archive.}

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    Launched website for friend and artist Karen Kent who teaches process art to new artists in CT. With an open mind and a willing heart Karen creates a safe space for exploring your world through art.

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    All Summer Long by Kid Rock

    Not a raging Kid Rock fan but I have to say that this nostalgic “tryst” reminds me of some of my favorite summers days and favorite summer songs.

    If interested, can watch the “behind the scenes” video by the So Hott Sisters.

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    Launch new tutoring site for Fairfield-based Tutoring Match where parents and students (kindergarten through college) can find local tutors for help on just about any subject, including AP classes and SAT prep. Tutoring Match was founded by former English teacher Henry Lane who believes every child should have the advantage of a great education. The website features several ways to search and match the right tutor to the student, including subjects, locations, experience, rates, and convenience.

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    Crude, silly, and very educational stuff from comedian Danny Grozich of the Gradual Report. You can see more on Danny’s YouTube channel with new videos posted every Monday and Wednesday (and sometimes Friday).

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