I was just sitting at my desk at work, trying to kill some time before I leave for my vacation at 5pm. I went to CSS Zen Garden to check out some new CSS designs, and was blown away by one particular design. Outstanding! I wanna be like this guy when I grow up.
A guy from Coding Forums commented on my recent article “Play By The Rules” on his blog. The only problem is that it’s in German. I did some digging around on Yahoo! and found a translation service. I punched in the URL for Morded’s blog, and came up with this (rather rough) translation. Ryan Parman […]
For you Gecko fans out there, the Mozilla Foundation has released Mozilla 1.5a still based on SeaMonkey code. Now, I was under the impression that when they said “Firebird will replace SeaMonkey” that they were talking about codebases, not products. I had thought that Mozilla 1.6 or 1.7 would switch from the SeaMonkey codebase to […]
I keep ending up having these discussions debates with people a person that is beginning to irritate me. They keep going on and on about how modern web design styles suck, that there are no good-looking XHTML+CSS sites on the web (except, of course, for CSS Zen Garden), and that the all-mighty W3C is just […]
I had really been hoping to get a job with Netscape doing some sort of Standards Evangelism. Oh well. Anyways, I just read this post on Zeldman’s site. I thought it was interesting.
Many of us knew it was coming, but had hoped it wouldn’t. A quote from Glazblog and Zeldman reads: “People, it’s over. Netscape is dead. Nothing to see here.” MozillaZine was one of the first (and so far, the only) site to comment of the death of this web pioneer. To quote: “It has been […]
There is a Windows/Internet Explorer/Windows Media security hole that allows programmers to write a malicious script that opens all of your CD-ROM drives from the Windows Media ActiveX plug-in. This security hole has officially been patched. Just visit the Windows Update site to download the patch.
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