Archive: July, 2004 sparkline

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What's that you're listening to?

I’ve been doing a little tinkering behind the scenes here.

Brain Lego

Others redesign. I just pile new designs on top of the old.

Day of the t-shirts

Yesterday the postman delivered not one, not three, but TWO t-shirts.

Dear Auntie Beeb

In the article “Real ‘frees’ Apple’s iPod player”, the following paragraph appears:

The do-DOM-DOM-DOM, the do-DOM-DOM

Yesterday was JavaScript day.

Mother London

I was in London yesterday for a meeting with one of Semantico’s clients.

Registering my displeasure

The hot topic of the day would appear to be newspaper sites that require visitors to register before allowing them to read any articles. Wired is running a story which ties in nicely with last week’s article about The New York Times and its lousy pa

The grand alliance

Given the martial tone of some of my recent posts, I’m starting to feel more and more like a warblogger.

Regurgitating the chestnut

Andy Clarke has resurrected the always topical issue of fixed width vs. liquid layouts. This is something that also arose on the Brighton New Media mailing list last week.

Pop-up blocker stopper

I probably shouldn’t even mention this for fear of giving anybody any ideas but it looks like there’s a way of circumventing pop-up blockers.

Picture perfect

Tim Bray points to a great collection of photographs by Richard Friedman.

The gathering storm

At the risk of turning this site into “Browser Watch”, I simply have to point to Ben Hammersley’s article in today’s Guardian called “The second browser war”.

Embrace and extend

Dave Hyatt has been blogging about the way that Dashboard will require some new HTML elements.

Home again, home again

I’m back from the west of Ireland. I was sorry to leave. I had a wonderful, music-filled time.

Have t-shirt, will travel

I just finished coding an e-commerce site with Message. The Rapha website, selling cycling apparel, has launched just in time for the Tour de France.

Dashboard confessional

One of the most contentious of the new Tiger technologies announced at Apple’s Developer Conference is Dashboard.

The mac rumour mill

Daniel Bogan pointed out this very interesting tidbit from the iMac page of the Apple website: