I’ve been playing with the prerelease version of Chrome for Mac OS X and found a rather amusing bug:
Good ol’ Fklsdjf Fldskf;!
I finally (finally!) got my Translink card. So excited! It now joins my BART EZ Rider card, my MBTA CharlieCard and my WMATA SmarTrip card. (Aside: TTC and (NY)MTA, get on this.) Inside the envelope are several letters and brochures. I head to the Translink web site to add funds to my card. Fail #1 […]
Citability looks like a terrific, useful project: Citability.org: Using advanced permalinks to make government information more accessible, reliable, and transparent View more presentations from Adrian Parsons.
URLs usually appear in written form â€” online or on paper. Sometimes, URLs are spoken aloud. You’ll often hear URLs read out: during television and radio advertisements in voicemail messages on conference calls So what? Well, almost everyone gets it wrong. And you sound like an idiot when you do. I’ve seen directors of national […]
Store hours? What store hours? The Gap web site was clearly not designed by anyone who actually wanted to shop. It might have been designed by people who wanted to sell things, but that doesn’t help me. So what’s wrong? Store hours are not listed. Anywhere! (I tried calling the Burlingame store, hoping to get […]
Recently, I came across some streaming video that was only available to Canadians. Being a Canadian in the US, I felt somewhat entitled. Yes: I wanted to watch a hockey game. I knew I could do this with an SSH tunnel. I just wasn’t sure how. There are lots of pages explaining how to set […]
There are lots of San Francisco Bay Area-oriented Obama web sites. However, many of them have not been updated in quite a while: Silicon Valley for Obama aka Ca14forObama (June 22, 2008) Bay Area for Obama (and its clones, South Bay for Obama, etc.) (February 22, 2008) Obama SF (unknown) SF 4 Obama (unknown) Are […]