Just for the record, the amount of time it takes from the time someone decides to to use a new pseudonym to: Google the potential problems with the name, then register the variant that’s the most promising. Wait for DNS to propagate. Find a theme for a landing page site template. Upload the bare bones […]
I’ve updated my Instagram icons for the Pinboard WordPress theme and added new IMDb icons. Instagram 1x icon 2x icon IMDb 1x icon 2x icon See Them In Action! See ’em in action on the header of this page.
So I had a phone call that was supposed to happen via Skype today. Only it didn’t. At the time, our household was under a DoS attack. Inadvertent, in all likelihood. However, after 192,482 request for pages in a 48-hour period, I’m gonna add you to iptables no matter what your intent was. It turns […]
Been putting this off, but here they are: 1x icon 2x icon (retina) See ’em in action on the header of this page. Credits in the CSS file. I elected to hack up the theme to add an Instagram social account, but other people have just substituted the icons for some social media site they […]
Fellow Apple and Safari alum Vicki Murley has written a book about CSS transforms. You can purchase the book here. When it comes to books, I’m generally reading fiction in portrait mode, and am of the “just give me the damn text” persuasion. A lot of the extra touches that iBooks Author offers don’t add […]
…than it actually is. When I first heard that people were going to be able to shop over the web, I had some expectations about what that experience might be like. I was reminded of this when I was standing outside my London hotel waiting for the Hotel Hoppa bus, and saw another woman who […]
Back when the web was born, links were underlined. Many early browsers (e.g., lynx) were text only, and many people didn’t have color monitors, or had monitors that were severely limited in palettes (like 16 colors), so the convention of underlines stayed. However, an underlined link isn’t as legible as one that isn’t underlined. For […]