@abstanfield Tweekly

Did you turn your head away from your Twitter screen for a split second? If so, you might have missed one or more of these gems.


See artist Patricia Vener transform an heirloom necklace in this video.

Check out Daniel Sroka’s new Lightbox feature on his website (bottom of right column). Nifty!


VA Kelly Johnson points out this Constant Contact application to add Join My List Tab to your Facebook page or profile.

Sneak Peek: Twitter’s “Huge Redesign” Is Coming [PIC]
Twitter Bird

My Art Collection software for artists is offering a 25% discount to my peeps until April 15. See more and enter this code for the discount: iloveartbiz

Just found the @screentoaster  online screen recorder. So happy!

Collectors: Protect your art with more than a handshake! NYT

Working on a contract for an October 16-17, 2010 for workshop in Jacksonville, Florida.

Art & Soul Radio interviewed me about blogging for artists. Listen here (It’s a one-hour show and I start about halfway through, but don’t miss the first guest).

Just reading about big new Facebook “Community” Pages from Joan Stewart, The Publicity Hound, in her newsletter. (Link is to a separate article. Joan’s newsletter is great! I really recommend it and I’m an affiliate for her info products.)


“When an artist stops work before his art is received, his work is unfulfilled.”-Seth Godin in Linchpin

I prefer Twitter links that go to a blog instead of FB. Am I being old-fashioned?

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1 comment to @abstanfield Tweekly

  • Walter Hawn

    Grinning at the thought that blogs are ‘old-fashioned.’ I’m with you, though. FB is a mashup kind of thing. And its layout is becoming seriously cluttered. A tweet-link should go directly to the item with no intermediary. I get impatient if I have to click more than once to get there.

    BTW, your comment thing has a deficiency: If I ‘preview’ (as I always do, when possible) before posting, I must enter the ID stuff at least twice; once for the preview and again for the posting. If I make corrections (almost always) and preview again, it’s three times, and so forth.