Here’s a “trick” from Rbird.com’s About Design blog on how you can update the appearance of Basecamp with these treats. (Kill me for my puns, I beg you.) I wonder if it would freak our clients out if we changed how Basecamp looked all of a sudden? Hmm…. This gives me an idea… it would… Continue reading A Spooky Basecamp Theme…
Just got my grubby little hands on the Flock Developer Preview (0.4.8) and I gotta say… wow. If I have time tomorrow, I will post screenshots. I like what I’m seeing so far. I’m not going to go so far as to say it’s a Firefox-killer or anything, but it’s definitely a great little browser.… Continue reading Flock has landed
While checking out some of the new Movie Trailers over at Quicktime.com, I noticed Apple is now posting a link to a Quicktime 7 Standalone Player… Several of my friends have not upgraded to QT7 because Apple has bundled it with iTunes by default now. They’ll be happy to know, this is no longer the… Continue reading Quicktime 7 Standalone Player
Happy to report that I am not dead yet! ;) Just been busy with work, life, and in general… I tweaked the design somewhat this morning. I eliminated the Google Search and Google Adwords elements from my site. I also removed the center column, which listed out the latest entries, and links to archives… (Both… Continue reading I’m not dead yet.
Over 200 significant updates and enhancements, including:Better control. Safely delegate updates with a new review and approval system; repossess checked-out documents with the lock-breaking UI; and designate who can edit, approve, or publish with subsite support.Empowered users. Subsite support, file deployment management, RSS activity feeds, and a lock-breaking UI to repossess checked-out documents.Learn more…
Jason Fried posted a teaser screenshot of a new layout they’ll be rolling out for Basecamp in the Basecamp Forums. I’m liking it so far… This is also cool, because this marks the first time (that I can recall) where 37Signals made users aware of a change before they made it… Nice work guys!
Woohoo… I’m a Certified HTML Developer according to W3Schools.com now… took an “exam” that covered three topics: CSS, HTML and XHTML – and passed! (Got 66 of 70 questions right.) I’m a little disappointed that I didn’t do better, but I don’t think my results were that bad, especially considering I did absolutely no studying… Continue reading Certified HTML Developer
Oct 12, 2005 – By Kenneth Li NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc and Comcast Corp. are in discussions to buy a minority stake in Time Warner’s America Online, two sources close to the deal said on Wednesday. A deal would create a formidable challenge to Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp. , with whom AOL… Continue reading Google, Comcast looking to invest in AOL?
John Gruber had a lot of interesting stuff to note aboot yesterday’s Apple Special Event: The new iPods do not support FireWire. Not just no FireWire cables in the box; no FireWire, period. Such is the price of smaller and thinner, I suppose. Highest capacity iPod is still 60 GB. There certainly exists a market… Continue reading Brief Observations on the Oct. 12 Apple Event
Last week, Kim and I went to Prenatal Imaging in Martinez, GA to get a 4-D Sonogram done.We took this step for two reasons. First, there was a degree of uncertainty starting to surround the Baby Gender Mentor test we had done in July. (The test reported we had a boy, but there’s some concern… Continue reading Meet Tyler Douglas Harrison