Tag Archives: Standards

Soft Strategy

Sam Ruby wrote, Jackass 2.5 is available exclusively on SilverLight and my first thought was, “Hey! IE 8 must be shipping!” Then I clicked the link and realized he was talking about a movie. Sam brought up Jackass the movie … Continue reading

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Friday Stuff but on Sunday

I realize my job here is to create entertaining stuff for you, but the muse isn’t on me. I’ll leave you other people’s creative stuff. From the Indiana University anthropology department, The Museum of Weird Consumer Culture. Fake testicles for … Continue reading

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XHTMLate your WordPress

What does it take to convert your WordPress weblog to XHTML? First, the template has to be valid XHTML. One way to check this is to make sure the page validates as XHTML, first, before actually converting the page to … Continue reading

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The Opera Suit

Fascinating story about Opera’s EU antitrust suit. We’ve been down the road about Microsoft’s bundling of IE into Windows–which I thought was ruled antitrust at one time and Microsoft was instructed to discontinue such efforts, or something fuzzy like that. … Continue reading

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IE Late

Several people met with the Great and Powerful Wizard…oh, sorry, I’ve been watching Tin Man and it carried over. Anyway, several people met with Bill Gates recently, including Molly Holzschlag and Julie Lerman. Molly asked about IE 8 and the … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Book: Final

The book draft is finished, and it’s time to wrap up the lessons I’ve learned while writing. I love web graphics I love web graphics. I always have, and always will. I make no pretense to be an expert, or … Continue reading

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Terms

The world is happily building away their new vision of a utopia based on social networking and an open OpenSocial API, which is going to link just everything together. Perhaps the world will read the terms of use of the … Continue reading

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