Tommy over at Autistic Cuckoo has posted a little writeup on what's next for Web Standards. Among his list of things is this:
[there are still many sites that] require third-party products such as Flash to work
I think this point should be looked at fro
I've noticed a few people doing 'author comment highlighting' on other blogs, and thought it was kinda neat. How often are you reading through comments on a blog and not realizing that the person commenting is the owner of the blog?
Well, why not highlig
We are looking for some web nerds.
Some friends of mine in Chicago just relaunched their girly undies site, I See France.
Go buy your lady friend some undies.
I'm entering this post right now with Firefox 1.0 (ftp download). Looks like they added in a more visible 'critical updates' notification (little red thing shows up next to the search box). Also of note, is the new Firefox Google start page. Hmm, I wonder
The Blue Lemur blog has some interesting stuff about the variance in exit polls and actual results in states that use electronic voting machines and those that do not (or those that have them but with paper trails).
Exit polling accurately predicted the
I was recently dragged in to an argument about whether or not it's ok to send XHTML files with a mime type of text/html instead of application/xhtml+xml.
It seems that there are a few people spreading the word that sending XHTML documents as text/html is
Don't forget to vote tomorrow.
Find out where to go with this site: www.mypollingplace.com
By now everyone and their mom has heard of Flickr, that handy photo sharing website that is so awesome.
Well I had this little idea for a cool new feature they could add:
Right now they have a handy 'tag' system that works like keywords. This is cool wh
If you are reading this right now, stop and go outside to look at the moon.
Quoth the random group of people on my roof:
"It looks like a not quite ripe red wine grape."
"It looks like a ping pong ball in front of a light bulb."
"It looks like an angr