Ah, it’s been a while since a meme came my way… You can blame Andy for this one ;)Meme Rules: Players start with 8 random facts about themselves. Those who are “tagged” should post these rules and their own 8 random facts. Players should tag 8 other people and notify them they have been tagged. My […]
Developing for the iPhone? You might want to be aware of some of the CSS limitations that it has versus the full-blown version Safari 3.
(I’ve been trying to avoid political subjects here, but this has me upset enough, that I felt like something had to be said.) You’re going to have to pardon my language here, but what the hell is President Bush thinking? Yesterday, an Executive Order was issued Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts […]
Speaking of Google… Whatever happened to the promised instant messaging interoperability between AOL and Google Talk? Google released a press release on the matter on December 20, 2005 and to this day nothing has happened on either side. What gives? I know there are other applications, such as Trillian that already support multiple IM protocols/connections, […]
Google bought MeasureMap from Adaptive Path in February 2006. When it was purchased, it was like time stood still and development on MeasureMap ceased. There’s no doubt that a lot of the thought and functionality that went into MeasureMap is incorporated into the new Google Analytics, but it’s just not the same. Google Analytics does […]
At first glance, the HP Blog Printing plugin for Movable Type and WordPress seemed rather pointless to me. Then I used it. All I can say is wow. Typically, if you were worried about how your content might look when printed out, you’d create a print stylesheet that would control, to some extent, how things […]
Firefox 184.108.40.206 was released today.
Periodic Table of the Internet.
Freelancers Unite: Take the First Annual Global Freelancer Survey.
Five.Sentenc.es – a new manifesto from Mike D.