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Reader Requests: Web Developer and Old Accordions

I recently fielded a couple of questions from local readers. One’s pretty mundane, and the other’s kind of odd:

  1. “Just wondering if yourself or someone you know may have some Web development experience with using the content management system Web Gui from plainblack.
  2. “My father, who played the accordion for well over fifty years, has recently passed away. He left us with several accordions( most of which are button accordions) and accessories. I am now faced with the task of selling these items. I was wondering if you could steer me in the right direction, or offer some guidance as to the best approach on doing this?”

I can’t say why they figured I’d be an accordion expert, but heck, let’s see if we can answer his question. Maybe Accordion Guy knows the answer? Leave a comment or email me.

3 Responses to “Reader Requests: Web Developer and Old Accordions”

  1. Angus

    I’ve done some stuff with Vancouver Community Network which uses WebGUI to run sites.

  2. Bobby

    Darren: Off subject but for your feeds do you use Bloglines or Rojo or other? Which do you recommend?

  3. Darren

    I’ve been using Bloglines for 18 months, so I’d recommend them kind of by default. I should give Rojo another try, as it’s been a long time.

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