I found myself installing Del.icio.us via Firefox, posting links to Facebook, sending links to friends via LinkedIn and it just got confusing. On top of using Firefox, IE and most recently, Chrome, it has become really difficult for me to keep track of the interesting things I come across on a day to day basis.
csull.com intends to serve as a single repository for all of the things that I come across and find of interest. Why should you care? Well, that’s entirely up to you. I am 26, and a Senior Consultant at an egagement marketing company. When I’m not consulting on interactive marketing strategies and system integrations, I spend a lot of time online keeping afresh of all the new technologies and capabilities being deployed to the net. On this site, I will post links to interesting stories that I come across, primarily in the areas of:
- Internet technologies
- Development framewords (jquery, PHP, mySQL)
- iPhone and other hot consumer electronics
- Open-source (osCommerce and WordPress)
- Marketing Strategies
- …and whatever else is appealing at the time.
My goal is not only to simply my own reference abilities, but also to extend the stories and resources I find with visitors of the site. Visiting all of the cool sites every day is great when you have a lot of free time, but when you’ve only got a few minutes to check in it’s great to have a single resource. RSS tried to do that for many of us, but just compiles all of the content and displays it in a single location. csull.com is your resource when you want to avoid the junk and focus on the good stuff.
I hope you enjoy,