It seems an appropriate title for today’s musings. Leaves and the past few days’ temperature have fallen as rapidly as the collective psyche’s confidence in consumer spending.
Now that the depressing news has been dispatched, I’m moving on to proactive and positive news.
I’m going ahead full throttle with my foray into Web 2.0 marketing techniques. I don’t have any expertise and there’s a lot out there to learn. I’m a bit late to the party, but the party is still going strong. Like anything else, all of this takes time to set up, become fluent with and maximize for its full potential.
Here’s a great tool for landscape designers and anyone else who loves gardens to discover, use and connect with each other:
Landscapedia is an online community, developed by fellow APLD member, Michael Franklin. It has plant databases, portfolio and project development, communication and management tools, a professional directory and lots of cool features for landscape designers to explore and use. It’s one of the top 10 applications for the iPhone so you can take your projects with you…