I recently wrote about the work I did to change every single password I had into ones that were unique for every site, and far more difficult to brute-force due to their long and randomized nature. As part of this exercise, I was essentially trying to change 250 passwords on 250 websites as quickly as […]
Last year, I co-founded a company by the name of Foleeo (which will likely change names because of Palm’s Foleo) that is working on a solution to the ever-increasing rift between record labels, movie studios, and people like you and me who want to get music, movies, and TV shows under far more reasonable terms. […]
For those who hadn’t yet heard, there is an updated version of Internet Explorer 7 available. If you want to run it in standalone mode, Jon Galloway’s IE7 Launcher will do the trick nicely. Lots of information can be found about IE7, specifically improved CSS compliance (hasn’t yet been updated with the current build information, […]
In response to Shaun (Jan 31, 2006), I took some time to try to get the new IE7b2 release working. This is the download package that was made available as the Internet Explorer 7.0 Beta 2 Public Preview. This version of IE7 writes a couple of keys to your registry. Don’t try to run the […]
Ryan apologizes for following the “in crowd” and joining MySpace.
Ryan points to an archived copy of Zeldman.com in 1996.
Ryan talks about his move from doing everything in-house, to utilizing a flurry of services who do it better than he ever could.
First, read Darice’s post, then come back and finish this post. I agree and disagree — both concurrently. On one hand, I see people going overboard about making sure that absolutely everything is flawless code, or else they freak out. On the other hand, I see people who intentionally invalidate their code to try to […]
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