Monthly Archives: April 2010

Today’s Readings

A nice CSS3 article from Brothercake showing how to (subtlety) apply text-shadow for a slightly embossed effect.  Now, note, I am not talking about the old-school drop shadow we all hate, that looks like your browser is having a seizure.  … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

If you’re a web developer, I can just about guarantee that you use Firefox to do your business, am I right? But I’ll also guarantee that you’ve started getting sick of it too, right? It has gotten soooooooo sssllloooowwwww lately… … Continue reading

Got Autism? iPhone App to the Rescue

A co-worker forwarded an article about an iPhone app that lets a mother and her autistic daughter communicate for the first time! Read more and watch a video about the app. I love technology that helps… Happy apping, Atg Top⇪

Today’s Readings

The code from Ted Littledale‘s iAd Carousel Navigation makes it seem… not that hard…  Of course, his carousel is intended for an iDevice, but this makes me wonder how hard it would be do something similar for a standard webpage… … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Want to get away?  The most remote places on Earth… I’ve said it before, and I’ll surely say again about Paul Irish: you are a mad man!  He and Divya Manian have created another HTML5/CSS5 “readiness” site, but this time … Continue reading