Dyeweb.com is the site for Scott Dye of Murfreesboro, Tennessee to share his thoughts on web design, the internet, and life in general - as well as a place to display a portfolio of his work in print and web design.

One more OS9 user bites the dust (almost)

2005 October 22
by Scott

After lots and lots of nudging, begging, and (mostly) waiting on my part...my father has finally taken the leap into OS X. Thank goodness!
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Websites are like tatoos

2005 September 5
by Scott

While browsing the other night, I ran across a post by Dan Wood (creator of the fabulous - and currently in limbo - Watson), titled Starting a website is like buying a turtle, in which he discusses the phenomenon created by the Google cache and the Wayback Machine.

To me though, it's more like getting a tattoo when you're young. I sure hope you'll still like what it looks like (and says about you) many, many years from now. Soon after a site is created, it's pretty much a permanent fixture of the web, and there's not much you can do about it, which means be careful what you say, and be ready to stand by it from that point onward. read more...

Print & Web Design

2005 June 19
by Scott

Welcome to the online home of Dye Design. This current site is in the process of a complete redesign, so some things may be a little wonky - you have been warned. If you are in need of some design, feel free to send me a note, and I would be happy to talk to you about your creative needs.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

2004 June 5
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by Scott

I had to go to New Hampsire to meet with a client, and went to Atlanta to watch some friends play in the US Open Volleyball Nationals in Atlanta. Since the flight my boss booked returned through Atlanta, I decided to stay for a couple of days, instead of flying back to Nashville, and turning around and driving back to Atlanata.

Boy was it an experience. read more...