new site explaining microformats. rah.
Great explanation of Why “Click here” is bad linking practice.
Having been developing mostly in a bubble for a few year, I forgot that some people still use Internet Explorer for Windows. (Sheesh, get Firefox already.) Turns out (thanks, Tantek!) that IE6 doesn’t support XHTML. That’s not usually too much of a problem, unless you try and make a previously non-empty tag, like <script> empty. …
why, y’all should play at the South Muskoka Curling & Golf Club.
after i launched my house concerts site, i sent out emails with customized RSVP links to everyone. the next day, i got a bug report that RSVPing “no” wasn’t working. well, it was â€” sort of. the problem was that even if you clicked “no,” you were still expected to enter the number of seats …
i spent a day and change putting together a web site for my house concert series. it’s pretty spiffy, if i do say so myself. among the reasons why: valid XHTML and CSS RSS and iCal feeds clean interface nice URLs (REST, perhaps?) creative commons-licensed
Flickr Related Tag Browser. go.
coupla neat boing boing parodies from yesterday: Gakker: My call for sanity regarding the fair use of the brick Bricks have many legitimate uses, including shelter, crowd dispersal, and brief grandstanding against Israeli tanks, so why all the focus on the very few which are heaved through shop windows to allow for the sharing of …
The Blog Cycle: What is blogging? Our community invented blogging! Blogging vs. Journalism Where are the women/minorities? You’ll get fired! Think about the children! The technology is boring/unimportant Will blogs change the world? What you do isn’t blogging â€” do it this way. They don’t deserve it!