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artfulmarketing saved this page on 12/10/2009 07:46am

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

LegacyCO saved this page on 12/10/2009 07:49am

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

barbn1 saved this page on 12/10/2009 08:07am

I think it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

theseoguy saved this page on 12/10/2009 10:21am

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up creating two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

syng11 saved this page on 12/10/2009 10:35am

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an online newsletter that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kellys fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

patgray2012 saved this page on 12/10/2009 02:24pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

girlintheforest saved this page on 12/10/2009 03:03pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

biznavigator saved this page on 12/10/2009 10:52pm

I think it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

josmart saved this page on 12/11/2009 11:40am

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

mike_jan saved this page on 12/11/2009 12:07pm

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

wabroker saved this page on 12/11/2009 12:39pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

adrianarmstrong saved this page on 12/11/2009 02:04pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

favesites saved this page on 12/11/2009 02:32pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

sedona saved this page on 12/11/2009 03:19pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

halinar saved this page on 12/11/2009 03:27pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

geturdone saved this page on 12/11/2009 05:20pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

celnicker saved this page on 12/11/2009 06:54pm

I think it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

FabioCalifornia saved this page on 12/11/2009 06:58pm

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

carina1 saved this page on 12/11/2009 07:18pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

annettaki7181 saved this page on 12/11/2009 07:24pm

I think it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

vzerbee saved this page on 12/11/2009 07:32pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

shafifarooqui saved this page on 12/11/2009 09:27pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

bluewaters2088 saved this page on 12/12/2009 11:18am

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

ianharper saved this page on 12/12/2009 12:33pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up creating 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

John831 saved this page on 12/12/2009 02:02pm

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

TamePanda saved this page on 12/12/2009 03:12pm

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

FutureImpact saved this page on 12/12/2009 05:26pm

I think it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of different articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

kellykramer saved this page on 12/12/2009 06:39pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to make an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

AshleyBolivar saved this page on 12/12/2009 06:40pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little break to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been preoccupied with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I finished a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making two separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

oranspitio saved this page on 12/12/2009 07:23pm

I guess it is time to come back from my little hiatus to actually write a blog post. I recently moved, so I have been busy with getting settled and working on freelance projects as well. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I have recently become obsessed with ExpressionEngine. I completed a project at work using it, and I realized that I could have done something much more efficiently. I had to create an “online newsletter” that had issues that were made up of multiple articles. I ended up making 2 separate weblogs: one for each issue, and one for individual articles. In the issues weblog, there was a Playa custom field which could be used to pick the individual articles to be published in that issue. But, another one of Brandon Kelly’s fabulous extensions, FieldFrame, seems to be a much better choice for creating this functionality.

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