Drywall
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Support the ABQ Subway Map before it's too late!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Adelita Apr 21, 2013.

Who delivers good food? (esp. Chinese)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by CRV Feb 6, 2009.

 

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Adelita replied to Drywall's discussion Support the ABQ Subway Map before it's too late!
"I love this!"
Apr 21, 2013
Drywall posted an event

HTTQ: Finding your way with SASS+Compass at O'Neill's (Nob Hill)

February 6, 2013 from 7pm to 8:15pm
Web developers: If you’re still writing Plain Old CSS, you’re behind the times and slowing yourself down. In recent years, “CSS Preprocessors” like LESS, Stylus and SASS have emerged that make writing and maintaining CSS — particularly fancy CSS3 stuff — faster and easier than ever before.In this session, Ben will introduce you to his favorite CSS preprocessor, SASS, and the accompanying Compass library that makes writing sophisticated, optimized cross-browser CSS a breeze. After briefly…See More
Jan 29, 2013
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HTTQ: An Apache and .htaccess primer at O'Neill's (Nob Hill)

December 5, 2012 from 7pm to 8:15pm
Come learn about the Web for free!  This Wednesday, Dec 6, join us as Elliot Konetzni and Greg Gomez intro Apache!Apache HTTP server powers the vast majority of websites in the world, quite probably including yours. It’s a powerful, complex, and extremely configurable piece of software. Apache’s architecture includes several layers of configuration, including the ability for ‘normal’ users (non-system administrators) to configure Apache to do some very cool things; these features are available…See More
Dec 2, 2012
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HTTQ - Responsive: Reacting quickly and positively at O'Neill's Irish Pub (Nob Hill)

November 7, 2012 from 7pm to 8:15pm
As with any new web development, responsive design provides as many headaches as opportunities. For the past year, Aryon Hopkins has been building responsive websites and will share his successes with small scale sites and tools that can be used on any size project.We’ll also discuss and discourage methods to perfectly translate existing websites into a…See More
Oct 25, 2012
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HTTQ - Responsive: Reacting quickly and positively at O'Neill's Irish Pub (Nob Hill)

November 7, 2012 from 7pm to 8:15pm
As with any new web development, responsive design provides as many headaches as opportunities. For the past year, Aryon Hopkins has been building responsive websites and will share his successes with small scale sites and tools that can be used on any size project.We’ll also discuss and discourage methods to perfectly translate existing websites into a…See More
Oct 18, 2012
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HTTQ: Taking the Drama Out of Pixel Perfection at O'Neill's Irish Pub (Nob Hill)

October 3, 2012 from 7pm to 8:15pm
We make and build things for the web to bring order to chaos (it can be said). So, what steps can we take, as visual designers, to “ease up” in our quest for pixel perfection? Come see some ways to gracefully transfer your perfected Photoshop mockups to the Web. In the end, you’ll still be friends with your developer!About the SpeakerSamantha Metheny is a local freelance Web designer and developer who brings order to chaos on a regular basis. She’s been playing on the Web for a decade now, with…See More
Oct 1, 2012
Drywall commented on Emily Lewis's group Webuquerque
"It's bittersweet to see the Webuquerque name retired, but the community shall live on! The question now is: what should we call the new incarnation? Weigh in an help shape the next chapter of our local web…"
Feb 20, 2012
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New Signature is hiring in downtown ABQ!

New Signature is seeking an intellectually curious problem solver (a.k.a., a senior Microsoft architect, consultant, engineer and IT manager all rolled up into one) to join our fast growing team of experts in our Albuquerque, NM branch office. If you enjoy using technology creatively, overcoming complex technical challenges, and working as part of a team with some of the best people in the industry, then New Signature is the place for you.Our office in Albuquerque is located in the historic…See More
Jan 17, 2012

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Where I Live:
Just moved to ABQ, live near Girard and Coal
About Me:
Freelance graphic designer, web developer and photographer.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
weather, food... haven't been here long enough to know what else
My Website:
http://flickr.com/photos/drywall
What I'm Reading:
The Watchmen

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At 9:59am on April 20, 2013, Adelita said…

Hi Drywall,

Please post your ABQ Subway Map info in the Announcements section of the Forum.  Please read our moderation policies before posting! If you have any other questions, please contact me.  Adelita - moderator

At 6:22pm on February 10, 2009, CARMEN BENNETT said…
We moved here in Nov 2004 from Minnesota because of the weather. We love it here! Just wondering what your impressions of ABQ are so far. Hope you still like it here. You mentioned it was hot in August; just remember we have lower humidity than Minnesota, even though the temp can be almost identical. The sun is more intense here, true, just stay out of it during the hot afternoons, and enjoy the rest of the day! Tough to beat this weather though!
At 12:38pm on December 20, 2008, Khan said…
Yes, but have you gone to Joe's yet, that's the pressing question. I spent a gently soporific evening there last weekend. It's always a good time. And whoever had filled the J-box with quarters was amazingly inspired. See you there, maybe after all this holiday hubbub quiets down.
At 12:07pm on November 29, 2008, Khan said…
Hey friend. Hope the neighborhood is still treating you well. If you and yours are down here by the U this coming first friday, you should stop by this opening! I checked out your Flickr not too long ago, seems like, and had a laugh at the People Playing Video Games Holiday Action Portraiture. Good stuff.

Fellow NM Photographer!
Just a quick note to invite you to Karl Koenig's opening at the Inpost Art Space (at the Outpost Performance Space, 210 Yale SE) this coming Friday evening, 5-8. Karl is a talented photographer who makes images mostly of nature and architecture, the world round. The show will focus on his large format gumoil photographs, a process that he pioneered himself about 20 years ago. The prints are hand pigmented, resulting in amazingly vibrant photographs with a wondrous, almost catastrophic fairy tale quality. I find them highly affecting and unique.

My fellow curator Rob Thalmann and I plan to focus heavily on local photography during our 2 year term there at the Outpost, and this is just the tip of the iceberg for us. Maybe we could even do a DCF photographer's group show there?

Come see the show on the 5th!
At 7:40pm on November 16, 2008, slamwagon said…
Welcome to ABQ.

My wife and I are a few weeks behind you (still stuck in Houston).

You couldn't have chosen a better neighborhood to move to. :)
At 10:59am on August 13, 2008, Luann Wolfe said…
My husband had never been out of MN for more than two weeks prior to our move here 10 years ago. His family, who all still live in Southern MN, couldn't understand why we would want to move here.

We love it here and would never consider moving back there.
At 10:09am on August 13, 2008, Luann Wolfe said…
Welcome to THE THAWED. What part of MN are you from and what brought you to the Duke City?
At 2:07pm on July 8, 2008, Khan said…
Welcome to the Student Ghetto, friend. Don't let the moniker fool you, it's a neat old neighborhood, we've lived on Princeton between Coal and Garfield for, oh, 13 years or so (first rented one really crappy little house, then bought a much nicer one across the street).

For grocery, don't forget the little vegetable market at Stanford and Lead, just to the west of you. Much better and much cheaper produce than Scary Smiths. (Again, don't let the name fool you, it's far more interesting than scary.)

For all your extremely local, no frills bar needs, try Joe's, on Vassar just barely south of Central. Go through to the back bar, much darker and cooler than the front, and the usual bartender back there, slightly burly guy with a beard, is a great man.

Hollywood Video is 10x better stocked than the Blockbuster.

Ummmm...Find out if you have a neighborhood watch, they're a great way to get to know people, and they make all the difference if there's any problems on your block.

Yeah, so welcome to the neighborhood!
 
 
 

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