The year 2007 has come to an end, or rather, it very soon has. I thought I’d write a summary of what happened me as well as on the web during 2007, to have a closure for the year that has passed.
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The time has come again for presents, burning candles, Christmas trees, glÃ¶gg, Santa and other assorted goodness.
Quite recently I finished reading the book AdvancEd DOM Scripting by Jeffrey Sambells, together with Aaron Gustafson.
Opera brings Microsoft and Internet Explorer in front of the European Commission with an antitrust complaint.
When we develop web sites, we stumble across problems, right? And sometimes, just sometimes, we do learn from them and know what to do next time. At other times, though, the problem is something we never would have expected.
Since Gmail released a new version a month or so ago, it crashes several times every day for me.
In the mood for a Geek Meet? January 24th 2008 it’s time again!
What’s in an award, really? Swedish computer magazine Internetworld has just given the Sweden’s Best Web Site 2007 award to the supposedly best web site in Sweden.
As you might know, I give all of my ad income to charity. Last payment from Google, $ 129, has gone to cancer research, more specifically Cancerfonden.
I don’t write this to brag or appear all-that-fantastic, but since I state that the money go to charity, I just want to be completely open with how much and to what charity I give money when I get the payment from Google AdSense. That’s it, now go watch Heroes or something… 🙂
Sometimes I get the question why I never write about web development in Swedish. The reason is simple, and it’s because I want to reach a wider audience, besides the fact that I actually find it easier since all the terminology is in English to begin with.
However, for those who want to read my opinions in Swedish, Lena at kaxigt.com has interviewed me about the future of web development in Intervju med Robert Nyman pÃ¥ Robertâ€™s Talk .
Blogging is, indeed, poison.