For those of you who visit regularly you probably already noticed, but for those of you who check once and a while and or maybe once a year, I’ve made one big change and added a few more things for you to get in to.

The first big news for 2010, I made the move to Headway Themes (affiliate link) instead of Thesis, I just love it, the Visual Editor is simply amazing and allows you to make changes on the fly.

With that in mind, you will see on the Menu an item called Headway, there you will find a video that gives you a snapshot of how great the theme is. Also, I have put a link to their website (it’s my affiliate link), yes, I am more than happy to endorse and promote Headway Themes. You should too!

Many of you know I’m all about I.T. Strategic Planning, I have added a new page with a high-level view of what your I.T. Strategic Plan might look like, also, I have provided you with all the links to the posts I wrote to help you build your own I.T. Strategic Plan. I hope it works for you, and of course, I’m available to help you should you need me.

I hope you like the new look and feel of my Blog, it’s not labour intensive anymore, thanks to Headway Themes.

Take a look around, if you see something wrong and or something you would like to see on the Blog, Let me know ASAP.

Until next time.

About Owen Greaves

I'm a Futurist, I write, speak, and teach the open & free business model, the future of business. Create. Differentiate. Deliver.  


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  2. Doug Park on January 9, 2010 at 10:01 PM

    Hi Owen,

    How difficult was it to move from Thesis to Headway?

    Was Headway difficult to learn?


    • Owen Greaves on January 9, 2010 at 10:20 PM

      Hi Doug,

      Headway is dead simple to learn, virtually no learning curve other than figuring out where everything was located. I didn’t move from Thesis so I’m not sure what the conversion would be like, you should contact their support and ask them if there are any issues.

      If you’re on Twitter you can use the #headwaywp hash and Grant will probably be the first person to hail you. You can also send an e-mail to Clay at:

      Hope that helps,


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