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Having done an amount of cell phone research lately, I’ve had the not-so-pleasant experience of seeing the level of quality of certain cell phone vendor web sites. Therefore, I’d like to compare Nokia vs. Sony Ericsson.
Yesterday I ran into a little unexpected behavior when adding
title attributes to a couple of
The other day I got a letter from the Swedish Tax Authority in regards to taxation of my daughter Emilia.
As every other web developer on Earth, I initially clung on to Flickr for my photos, but recently I did a little evaluation round, and instead fell for SmugMug. Therefore, I thought it would be interesting to write down a comparison of those two services.
Version 2.7.2 of DOMAssistant has just been released, and beside from some small improvements and minor tweaks, it has two new and very interesting methods.
When I wrote One browser to rule them all, I also wanted to speculate a little in where the operating system market might be heading. Suffice to say, Vista hasn’t meet its expectations, and Mac OS X has gained a lot of attention through iPhone and iPod.
This article is also available in Hungarian.
Personally, I like opacity when it is used well in a web site. And instead of some static images, I prefer, when possible, that it is achieved through CSS.
Ok, so some of you must think I’m slightly retarded in regards to discovering new internet services. The thing is, though, that I usually test a lot of them as soon as they surface, then wait to see if they become popular, and if yes, hops on the train as everyone else. This time around, the turn has come to FriendFeed and the FriendFeedBadge.
One browser to rule them all, one Google to find them, one extension to bring them all, and in the darkness (Redmond?) bind them.
I now own an iPhone and must reconsider what I wrote in iPhone letdowns.
For many years now, me and a couple of friends have had a saying about code, measuring the quality of it, whether it’s excellent or mediocre.
Some time ago I released PictureSlides, a DOMAssistant plugin to create compelling slideshows and thumbnail galleries, with a number of customizable options. Recently, I ported PictureSlides to also work with jQuery, so if you want to do something spiffy with images, I recommend you check it out!
I just thought I’d mention that I have a new visitor record for this web site. 🙂
I hope you all have had a nice summer, and are up for another Geek Meet!
The web is buzzing! Something which was due to come, sooner or later, has happened. Google is launching their own web browser today: Google Chrome.
In July, iPhone 3G was released, with a product hype the web world hasn’t seen in a long long time. It’s a nice little product, but in my opinion, there are some fundamental flaws.