Feb 9, 2010

A new interface... and some other things

There really needs to be no occasion to thank the readers of this blog. This is but a small drop in the entire ocean of Supply Chain Management articles written everyday and I am thankful to all the people who drop by now and then and consider this blog worthy of reading. Yesterday, I rolled out an update to the interface which you’ll use to interact with SCM Blog. For those who read this blog through their feed readers, I encourage you to drop in and check out the design changes.

 

With the fresher look come a lot of changes. I have made sure the page is readable on screens with a wide variety of resolutions (including the very popular 1024x768). SCM Blog now has a magazine style interface that helps you browse through articles faster than before. The “Panoramic Slideshow” at the top and center cycles through the articles on this blog, while the “Recent posts” section gives you a quick snapshot of the two latest posts on SCM Blog. The “Browse Categories” section lets you choose from five popular categories on the webstairssite. You can also choose to select a topic to read from the tag cloud on the sidebar. As always, you can follow me on Twitter to catch up with what’s been written on this blog. I am also working on getting a Facebook Page for SCM Blog.

 

As always, a blog is nothing without its readers. I would like to personally thank each and every person who has visited this blog and read its articles. I am indebted to the people who have been encouraging me behind the scenes to write this blog day after day. I also would like to thank Michael Hutagalung for creating this wonderful theme and Jake Ilac for making it compatible with my platform. The update today signifies climbing a small step in what I hope is going to be a long and fruitful journey. I would like all of you to be part of this journey. Thanks for your support and enjoy the new interface.

Feb 9, 2010

A new interface... and some other things

There really needs to be no occasion to thank the readers of this blog. This is but a small drop in the entire ocean of Supply Chain Management articles written everyday and I am thankful to all the people who drop by now and then and consider this blog worthy of reading. Yesterday, I rolled out an update to the interface which you’ll use to interact with SCM Blog. For those who read this blog through their feed readers, I encourage you to drop in and check out the design changes.

 

With the fresher look come a lot of changes. I have made sure the page is readable on screens with a wide variety of resolutions (including the very popular 1024x768). SCM Blog now has a magazine style interface that helps you browse through articles faster than before. The “Panoramic Slideshow” at the top and center cycles through the articles on this blog, while the “Recent posts” section gives you a quick snapshot of the two latest posts on SCM Blog. The “Browse Categories” section lets you choose from five popular categories on the webstairssite. You can also choose to select a topic to read from the tag cloud on the sidebar. As always, you can follow me on Twitter to catch up with what’s been written on this blog. I am also working on getting a Facebook Page for SCM Blog.

 

As always, a blog is nothing without its readers. I would like to personally thank each and every person who has visited this blog and read its articles. I am indebted to the people who have been encouraging me behind the scenes to write this blog day after day. I also would like to thank Michael Hutagalung for creating this wonderful theme and Jake Ilac for making it compatible with my platform. The update today signifies climbing a small step in what I hope is going to be a long and fruitful journey. I would like all of you to be part of this journey. Thanks for your support and enjoy the new interface.