Category: Rocks

Update on the Future of Rock, Paper, Sitecore

If you hadn’t guessed it, Monday, April 1st was April Fools’ Day.  I surely don’t plan to pour my heart into writing about geology or the history of papyrus. All in all, just some fun…though ChatGPT sure can get spicy when you prompt it just the right way… Here at Rock, Paper, Sitecore, I’ve been…


Rocks are Better than a Solution Architect

Rocks, with their timeless presence and stoic stability, stand as steadfast symbols of endurance and resilience. Unlike the transient nature of a solution architect’s designs, rocks weather the test of time, offering a sense of permanence and reliability. They have withstood the ravages of nature for millennia, embodying an unwavering strength that surpasses the ephemeral…


Rocks are Better than an IT Team

Rocks are better than an IT team because they require no maintenance. Unlike an IT team that needs constant attention, training, and updates, rocks simply exist without the need for any intervention. They stand strong and resilient, unaffected by software bugs or hardware failures. Rocks are more reliable than an IT team. While human error…


Rocks are Better than a DAM

While digital asset management platforms may offer convenience and organization, rocks possess an innate, timeless allure that cannot be replicated by technology. Rocks are the embodiment of nature’s resilience and beauty, having endured for millions of years, silently witnessing the passage of time. Their raw, unyielding presence evokes a sense of grounding and connection to…


Rocks are Better than LinkedIn

Infinite Patience vs. Instant Notifications: Rocks, unlike LinkedIn, embody the art of patience. While LinkedIn constantly bombards you with notifications, rocks remain stoically unmoved by the petty demands of the digital world. They teach us the virtue of waiting for the right moment, rather than incessantly seeking instant gratification. Stability Over Instability: LinkedIn profiles are…


Rocks are Better than a Content Delivery Network

Rocks don’t need constant updates and patches like a content delivery network (CDN). You won’t find yourself frantically clicking “update” on a boulder to ensure it’s delivering content efficiently. Just imagine: instead of a “404 error,” you get a “404 rock,” and that’s just amusingly absurd. Rocks have excellent uptime. While a CDN might suffer…


Rocks are Better than Sitecore Blogs

Rocks, in their steadfast existence, embody qualities that contrast starkly with the dynamic yet often tumultuous world of Sitecore Blogs. First and foremost, rocks epitomize durability and resilience. Through millennia of exposure to the elements, rocks stand resolute, their stoic nature a testament to their enduring strength. Unlike Sitecore Blogs, which can be susceptible to…


Rocks are Better than a Marketing Team

Let’s face it, rocks have an undeniable edge over a marketing department. While rocks might not be as flashy or charismatic, they certainly rock at staying grounded. Unlike a marketing team, they don’t get carried away with wild ideas that crumble under scrutiny. Instead, rocks stand firm, unyielding to the whims of trends and fads….


Rocks are Better than Community Slack

While the Sitecore community Slack undoubtedly provides a valuable platform for collaboration and knowledge sharing among developers and enthusiasts of the Sitecore CMS, there are certain aspects in which rocks surpass it. Firstly, rocks offer a timeless and steadfast presence. Unlike digital platforms, rocks have endured for millennia, serving as markers of geological history and…


Rocks are Better than a CRM

In the grand theater of business, where the spotlight shines on efficiency and innovation, one might be inclined to overlook the humble rock. Yes, that seemingly inert lump of geological matter often relegated to the sidelines of corporate strategy. But let me assure you, dear reader, that rocks possess an unparalleled charm and efficacy that…