Lifted from a post that I wrote over at One-Change. So you’ve seen the little orange link on all of these sites around the internet. What does it mean? What does it do? It’s a link for an RSS feed. What’s that you might ask. Well the long and the short of it is that [...]
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Apparently there has been a rise in setting up meetings in hotel lobbies, because there is comfy furniture and free Wi-fi. Makes a lot of sense. Here’s a caveat. I’ve only hung out in the lobby of a hotel (of which I was not a guest) twice. Once, in Pittsburgh (the Onmi William Penn) to [...]
A long, long time ago… I can still remember How that music used to make me smile. Back on November 3, I was fortunate enough to go to the Carson Workshops Eric Meyer Professional CSS XHTML Techniques. We all arrived, bleary eyed and ready to dig in to hear from the CSS Guru. He didn’t [...]
Over at www.izpitera.ru, there is some wicked cool Flash going on. Now, i’ll give you that this isn’t the best use of Flash, but it may very well be the most fun. And it’s certainly great for taking out a little agression.
There is quite a buzz about the new(ish) technology AJAX. With AJAX there are a lot of applications that will be simplified. There are a bunch of frameworks and libraries coming out that sport AJAX. A couple of them are http://script.aculo.us/ and http://openrico.org/home.page. I haven’t messed with AJAX but it looks like it can really [...]
Google has done it again. With the release of their Earth product, Google has wowed me again. Google News, GMail, personalized homepage, Google Maps, and the list can go on and on. This is amazing stuff. My hat goes off to the folks out at Google. Great work. Inspiring. Keep up the good work.