May 2005

Mad as Hell — Switching from PC to Mac

May 29, 2005

You may be more up on newsy items than I, but just in case you're not — I really enjoyed an article I read today. It was about a security company that has recently switched from PCs to Macs (causing quit an uproar I guess). Now farbeitfrom me to start a flame war. That's not [...]

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That Silly Musical Baton

May 18, 2005

Well, I'm not much for personal blogging, but when Mark Wubben passed me the musical baton, I simply had to play along. After all, it's a quick and simple one and it's been awfully fun reading other people's musical selections. So here are my answers to the meme. Total Volume 10.76GB Last CD Bought I'm [...]

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The Days of Whine and Browser Sniffing …

May 11, 2005

I really thought we were done with this. At least I thought that larger, more professional sites had changed. Browser sniffing. Locking people out of web sites due to their browser choice. What happened to presenting an unstyled page to those who choose a more current browser? What about screen readers? Case in point — [...]

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AJAX and the Sexy New MXNA 2.0 Reports

May 10, 2005

I have to say that I'm impressed. Last night when I got home from Volleyball (yes, we won both matches, thank you ), a friend pinged me to talk about AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML). As I always tell people when I talk about sIFR, “I am not the JavaScript guru,” but man, maybe I [...]

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Finally Here: The Official sIFR 2.0 Release!

May 1, 2005

The thing we've all been waiting for, the final release of sIFR, has finally arrived! Well, it's the thing I've been waiting for anyway. And the release was while I was at TODCon in Las Vegas. Thus my delay in letting you guys know. The new tweaks they've added are great. Mark and Mike even [...]

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