Newley.com: Gone Fishin’

I’m currently traveling in the US, so activity here at newley.com will likely be sporadic for the next few weeks. I’ll be posting some dispatches on Twitter from time to time, though, so you can look for me over there.

Back after Songkran

I won’t be posting anything here until Monday, April 20. Songkran — the Thai new year — fast approaches. As ever, for updates on events here in Thailand, you can consult Google News, the Nation newspaper, or the Bangkok Post. See you soon.

Newley.com: Gone Fishin’

I won’t be posting anything here until the middle of next week. See you then. (Image via.)

Newley.com traffic stats for 2008

A quick look at my Google Analytics traffic stats for 2008 reveals the following: Visitors and Page Views — 31,480 people visited Newley.com this year (an average of 2623 per month) for a total of 50,901 page views — Visitors from 162 different countries came to Newley.com during 2008. The top ten countries were the […]

Newley.com: now on Facebook

A brief, self-promotional note: You can now become a fan of Newley.com on Facebook. That is all. Back to our regularly-scheduled programming.

See You in a Couple of Weeks

I won’t be posting anything here for a couple of weeks. In the meantime, feel free to peruse the newley.com archives or fall in love with my most popular posts all over again. And hey, amigos — turn those frowns upside down. I’ll be back before you know it. (Image via ChurchSignGenerator.com)

A New-Look Newley.com

UPDATE (August 18): I’ve done some additional tweaking and settled upon a design. Finally. I invite RSS subscribers to click through and view the updated newley.com in all of its newfound graphical glory. UPDATE (August 9): I’ve changed the design. Again. Sadly, not everyone shared my passion for the ultra-minimalist layout I was using a […]

Newley.com Will Return on Wednesday

I won’t be posting anything here until Wednesday. See you then, friends. (Image from, via.)

RSS in Plain English

You may recall my friends Lee and Sachi, who I met up with here in Bangkok last year. They’ve finished their year-long round-the-world trip and are back in Seattle working on social design and online community issues. And they’ve just created an informative video that explains RSS in plain English. Check it out. And if […]