Monthly Archives: June 2010

MTA: You Suck

I can’t wait to be an old man sitting on my front porch telling my great-nieces and -nephews about the good old days when city transportation systems used to provide, you know, “transportation”… “LIMITED” as defined by MTA apparently means … Continue reading

Does eCSStender Make CSS3 Work in ALL Browsers?

Still writing CSS hacks for IE6?  Wish you could reliably use things like div.firstclass.secondclass{…}, box-shadow, border-radius, rgba, opacity, transforms and transitions?  Then maybe you should have a look at eCSStender (I assume that’s supposed to be pronounced “extender”?) and the … Continue reading

Is Dell Switching from Windows to Chrome OS?

Articles and Posts are bounding around the web that Dell is considering dumping Windows for Google’s Chrome OS on its laptops. Can’t imagine that Microsoft is too crazy about this, could they be serious, or are they just trying to … Continue reading

Afghanistan: Hope for the Future, in the Past?

A recent blog post from Jeffrey Zeldman turned me on to an article titled Once Upon a Time in Afghanistan.  How encouraging.  If not desperately disappointing… I don’t think its the western garb that makes me think things look so … Continue reading

Paul Irish: 10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source

An absolute must for any jQuery developer: Paul Irish’s 10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source Best if used in conjunction with these: Dave Artz’s jQuery Performance Rules Corey Hart’s 8 jQuery Micro Optimization Tips Okay, there it is! … Continue reading

A GREAT Article About Web Fonts

From a thankfully-brief history, to the current state, to options for implementation, A List Apart‘s article, Web Fonts at the Crossing, is a great wrap-up and prep-course all-in-one. We have no excuses now. Do we? So?? Happy fonting, Atg Top⇪

Today’s Readings

Are you kidding me?  Pac Man is 30 years old????  O… M… G…  At least I can play Pacman for hours and hours and hours at work now, forever!  Thanks, Google!! Google TV.  The merger between TV and PC has … Continue reading

Cross-Browser CSS3 (yes, even in IE6 and IE7), with a Little Help from MS Filters

What is the purpose of this article? To show how you can use (some) CSS3 styles right now, across all browsers, even IE6 and IE7, without the limitations and penalties of graphic headers and graphic backgrounds. Why is this important? … Continue reading