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WiFi Regained

Remember how I was saying that the wireless reception in my iBook went all screwy a while back? Well, I sent the iBook off to Apple so that they could have a look at it.

Compassion and the crafting of user experience

The always-inspiring Adam Greenfield does it again with an article entitled "Compassion and the crafting of user experience".

Parodilly-dallying

Take some time out to linger over some pretty hilarious parody sites:

LEGO

The Bump exhibition wasn’t the only cool discovery I made today.

Bump

Brightonians, get yourselves down to the Fabrica gallery post haste (you remember: the pierced church).

CSS Based Design

It’s time for a brand new site section here at adactio. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you… articles!

Talk Like A Pirate, Arrr!

Ahoy, me maties! Today do be "talk like a pirate" day, ye landlubbers.

The Business Value of Web Standards

Here’s a great article by Jeff Veen on the practical, financial reasons for using CSS and XHTML when building websites. He cites a speedier development process, the simplification of ongoing site maintenance, faster page loading times and the increa

DNS Update

Here’s a timely update to my last post. Wired News is reporting that the Internet Software Consortium are releasing an emergency patch for backbone computers running BIND:

Lost In DNS Translation

I bet Sofia Coppola really wanted to have Jessica’s domain name for her new movie.

Booktown

The first time I visited Dan in Baltimore, the town motto emblazoned on benches was “The City That Reads”. The last time I was there, the motto had been changed to the more bomabastic “The Greatest City In America” because, apparen

Rosebud! Peas grow there.

There is something inherently funny about juxtaposing Orson Welles with the world of advertising.

The Man In Black

Johnny Cash

An apology

I have the horrible feeling that while I was working over at Message last week, I passed on my cold to Andy.

It's alive!

I have my iBook back!

Things To Do In Brighton When You're Dead

Make some coffee.

Do politicians dream of electric sheep?

This had me laughing out loud (I’m such a geek); San Francisco’s mayoral candidates are given the Voight-Kampff test from Bladerunner:

The Onion Article Generator

I was inspired by this post over at Idle Words:

Laptop lamentation

I had a horrible experience today. My mobile world literally came crashing down around me.

The Uncertainty Principle Is Untenable

It really takes a lot for spam to be memorable, but this is one of the weirdest I’ve seen a long time.

Missing Skillswap

I’ve been struck low by a cold, all sniffles and blocked nose. That’s why I wasn’t able to make it to last night’s Skillswap talk by Rosie Freshwater on Search Engine Optimisation.

It's that time again

Rabbit rabbit.