Monthly Archives: September 2009

Today’s Readings

Stumbled across a new developer tool, http://cssprism.com/, that grabs and displays all the colors from a single CSS file into an editable color palette.  When I first loaded the CSS file for this site, I have to say I was … Continue reading

Google Chrome Frame Helps IE6 be a Better Browser

I was recently forwarded an article about Google’s Chrome Frame ass a method to finally (sort of) get rid of IE6.  Google Chrome Frame (GCF) is an browser plug-in developed solely for Internet Explorer (IE) users that will “convert” any … Continue reading

A better method of “supporting” IE6?

TobyJoe writes about supporting IE6: “Instead of refusing content to IE6 users or breaking brand guidelines by disrupting their experience with a patronizing notice, why not relegate them into a tier of Content-Level Support as opposed to Design Support.” At … Continue reading

Mannahatta Project – Explore New York City in 1609

For anyone that knows New York, loves nature, maps or history, this is a terrific project: http://themannahattaproject.org/ “Have you ever wondered what New York was like before it was a city? Find out here, by navigating through the map below … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Once again, Apple has very simply made a product that is exactly as it should be: http://www.apple.com/iphone/iphone-3gs/accessibility.html#video A really, really good tutorial for HTML5, using a blog as a working example. Qué apropo, no? http://edward.oconnor.cx/2009/09/using-the-html5-sectioning-elements and it would seem that … Continue reading