Avoid Black-and-White Thinking to Win (Plus 3 Other Cool Resources)

Avoid Black-and-White Thinking to Win (Plus 3 Other Cool Resources)

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  1. I finally bit the bullet and bought Thesis. Whoa! After almost a year of hacking away at WordPress and a nice but generic free theme, I looked at a couple posts about hooks (plus Rae’s tutorial), and I realize I’ve been doing it all wrong.

    It’s going to take me a month to switch over, tiny bite by tiny bite, but it’s going to be great.

  2. Cool! Sometimes, we lose sight of what we should offer our readers. We stumble upon a great ‘block.’ This post helped clear some cobwebs Brian, thanks! 🙂

  3. I’m on Thesis for almost two months now and I really love it!

    I do have extensive PHP skills and using Thesis with the developer license is quite a relief for me. I use it on a couple of websites where I didn’t had time to work on, just drop it and let the site run, and on the sites I have more focus to spend – including edragonu.ro I took the time to deeply work under the hood. Clear framework, powerful features. Which basically leads to great results.

    I have on my drafts folder at least two posts on how to fiddle with Thesis hooks mechanism, will publish during December. Thanks for a good and reliable product.

  4. Interesting that quadzilla engages in what can only be an enviable “mindf*#@”, while I engage my vacant lot!

    I’m thinking (yes, a shock to me too!) that Tony created a superb way to illustrate how one’s brain plays naughty tricks.


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