Worn Thin!

I’ve got a problem with double standards.

At least the ones which benefit others more than they benefit me!

Which I suspect is your problem with double standards! Because I know I’m not the only one with this problem.

Getting dressed for an afternoon out with my fiancée Guy, Gaetana for those who prefer the full-Italian, my “web-side” toes ripped through my jeans as they passed a thin spot in the denim.

Wanting to make sure that her man looked good enough to occupy the space at her side, I was given the bad news:

I’m too old to wear ripped jeans!

A rule which we could start enforcing the next time I’m not already dressed in a pair of ripped jeans! For their 20-years of service to my backside, the jeans earned one more caress of the notoriously flat Lipton hinds.


Speaking of worn thin, I’m wearing my voice thin these days with all the high energy talking I’m doing about the web and e-commerce sites of THE Revolution.

Revolutions requires passion!

Before the sun sets on this week, we will have a launch date for our first Minuteman: Todd Zigelbaum of Town Line Paint in Malden, MA.

Go take a look at his existing web site. Once you see the “before” you’ll enjoy the big reveal even more!

Days after we launch Town Line, we’ll launch Andriots and Columbia Paint.

I don’t like to keep the Minutemen waiting!

Much of the time (and therefore money) spent on building web sites is on the database work: the product information, pictures and other data which populates the product pages. Some of the integrations have been smooth and I applaud Benjamin Moore, Brewster Home Fashions, Farro