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CSS Star Rater
You’ve no doubt seen these sort of “star raters” before at places like Amazon, Netflix, etc.  When you’re rating an item and mouse over a series of stars, they highlight showing you the number of stars you currently have selected.  Typically, these types of features …
Saturday Dec 31, 2005 | 0 Comments
Is This America?
Boing Boing pointed to an editorial in the Miami Herald by Robert Steinback that touches on some of the things in this country that have changed so much in the last few years. If, back in 2001, anyone had told me that four years after …
Monday Dec 26, 2005 | 0 Comments
Redefining Feed Icons
There’s a bit of a movement about these days to make RSS/Atom/Whatever data feeds more accessible to people.  In the past, the closest thing we had to a standard were those really ugly orange “XML” graphics.  Lots of people used them because they were a …
Monday Dec 26, 2005 | 0 Comments
WebDev: 24 Ways
This is a simple site with a simple concept: each day of December, another web development-related hint/tip/trick gets posted.  Thus, you end up with 24 Ways “to impress your friends”.  Not all the articles are super-useful to me, but there are certainly some interesting ones …
Friday Dec 23, 2005 | 0 Comments
ExpressionEngine 1.4 and more
While I may no longer be officially affiliated with pMachine, Inc. (makers of pMachine and ExpressionEngine), that doesn’t mean that I don’t still follow what’s happening and enjoy the products.  This week saw the release of ExpressionEngine 1.4, which is a far more significant release …
Sunday Dec 18, 2005 | 1 Comment
Portable Firefox
All of you out there are good little boys and girls and are using Firefox instead of Internet Explorer, right?  Good.  Well, now you can even use it when you’re on the road by simply placing a copy on one of those 147 flash drives …
Monday Dec 12, 2005 | 1 Comment
Samorost 2
This one was found via (I think) Boing Boing.  Somorost 2 is a flash-based game sort of in the same genre as Myst and those types; a puzzle solving game.  Some aliens kidnapped your faithful dog and now you’re on a mission to go save …
Sunday Dec 11, 2005 | 0 Comments
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