Posted February 4th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

We needed a bigger, badder, and better back-end for We like to write lots of articles and needed a more powerful and flexible web publishing application than the homegrown content management system (CMS) we were using before. We decided to go with WordPress dressed up with a variation of my lastest accessible theme — though it was made even more accessible, which is a given considering what it’s serving. Hope you like it; we do. :)

5 Responses to: “ Reboot”

  1. Adam H responds:
    Posted: February 4th, 2007 at 8:42 am

    Congratz, looks great!
    You really do like Trebuchet MS, hehe. I just noticed that the comment textarea even uses it.

    Keep up the good work Mike :o )

  2. Adam H responds:
    Posted: February 4th, 2007 at 12:46 pm

    Ah I see. Didn’t look at the CSS.
    I’m using Firefox on MacOSX so I go right to Trebuchet MS. Have you considered using Futura second after Century Gothic? It looks pretty much the same and is available on MacOSX. I use it for a Century Gothic look-a-like on my business page.

    See here for the MacOSX 10.4 default font list and Identifont (one of my favs) for an example of Futura.

  3. Anthony responds:
    Posted: February 4th, 2007 at 2:32 pm

    Loving the new look, keep up the good work Mike! Also seems quicker loading to me!

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