I mentioned I’d been off the net today; the funny thing is that I was productively working on a website. E, at TPI, has been good to me in these few months, contracting me to build their new site and finding other gigs to work on for her. This week they’ve got a contract for […]
Category: Software Development and Testing
Ethan J. A. Schoonover, creator of the Kinkless GTD system, has, I think, one of the best customized 404 messages I’ve seen in a long time. Kudos.
Two more items for webheads: Russ Weakley’s Web standards checklist and the excellent Beginnerâ€™s guide from a seasoned CSS designer by Cameron Moll.
Sam‘s pointing to several interesting tools this week, including Mootools’ Transcorners and DateBlocks. Web developers, check ’em out.
For a few weeks now, I’ve been working on a website project for Tomorrow Pictures, Inc. Their old site, while functional, hadn’t been updated in several years and they weren’t happy with it. They had some ideas, including the color scheme and some basic elements, and we worked together to come up with a design […]
Or at least, the dog.
Add that to my ever growing list of “things-that-would-be-nice-to-learn-when-I-have -he-time-to-actually-learn-something-new. You said it, Rob.
Last week Brendon Schwartz posted How to select Personal View or Shared View in SharePoint 2007, a tip for those of use who are participating in the beta. Brendon and fellow DevCow Dude Matt Ranlett, have done a bunch of good work promoting and teaching about SharePoint in the Atlanta area. Good job, guys. I’ve […]
I downloaded and installed Internet Explorer version 7 (IE7), beta 3 (replacing beta 2); the install appeared to go without hitch and most websites I visit are displaying correctly. I just went to Google Maps though, and something odd’s happening there. I’d copied an address from another window, and every time I try to paste […]
John Porcaro’s weblog looks fine tonight, nothing odd. The state of his feed is a completely different matter though. Behind his back, someone’s done a dasterdly deed – replacing John’s xml (normally provided in a proper fashion by the folks at FeedBurner) with their own. A file full of vile stuff – adverts for phenobarbital, […]