Monthly Archives: February 2003
I just found out that I’m linked from photo matt. Cool. Thanks for the linkage 🙂
“I would like to get away from tables all together. Does anyone know of any examples of markup for a tableless calendar?” Where did this notion come from that if you are designing web pages using CSS that tables become some unmentionable evil to be avoided at all costs? There is a difference between the idea of “tableless layout” and “all tables are bad”. Tables are still a part of the HTML specs, and serve … Continue reading
Sheesh, this has been a busy week. And it probably won’t be over until next week. We’re getting to roll out a new web site redesign at my work, so my team has been trying to crank through everything looking out for last-minute bugs and preparing the server for the switchover. We’re doing the switch on Tuesday morning, so Monday will probably be pretty hectic. At least I’m finally starting to get over my sinus … Continue reading
Today, I’d like to talk a little about the subject of ADD, or Attention Deficit Disord–Hey, cookies!
I’ve finally reached a milestone on a Perl project for my friend Paul over at Big Huge Games. Maybe one day I’ll have time to play their game, Rise of Nations. I haven’t played a game in forever…. No time for games right now. Time for sleep. Yay sleep.
Audioscrobbler wants to know what you’re listening to. They’ve got a Winamp plugin (and one for XMMS) that keeps track of what artists you listen to, and aggregates statistics from all the Audioscrobbler users. You can view statistics on their web site to discover what artists are most popular, or get Artist Similarity Maps to find other artists that you might like.
I really wasn’t ready to see flags at half-mast again. I hope that it’s some small consolation to the families of the crew members that they wanted to be there, despite the risks. Several years ago, I wrote a haiku about the Challenger disaster. It fits Columbia, as well: January chill: Seven begin a journey, never to return.