Briefcase Free Premium WordPress Theme Review

I received a tip by email the other day from a reader asking me to check out a theme by a fairly new Premium Theme company called Rockable Themes. The theme in question is called Briefcase and it comes in two versions: one free the other paid.

On first glance, the theme looks pretty much like many of the other portfolio themes on offer at the moment. However, on closer inspection, there were a number of nice surprises that make this theme an interesting proposition for a new blog or personal portfolio site.

Take a look at my video review to find out what those cool features are. You will also get a sense of the differences between the free and pro versions. Or go straight to the Briefcase Demo here. In any case please let me know what you think. Also, stay tuned for a brand new sister site to Open Source Living entirely devoted to WordPress.

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