December 31, 2002

A new book for the wishlist

Ian Graham's forthcoming A Pattern Language for Web Usability looks like it will be an outstanding read.

I've found his XHTML 1.0 Language and Design Sourcebook to be one of best (X)HTML books ever written.

Posted by Andrew at 12:12 PM

Digital Millennium Copyright Act catches some heat

Wired reports that the DCMA is drawing even more heat these days.

Critics Weigh In on Copyright Act

Some good reading can be found on Gigalaw's DCMA page.

Posted by Andrew at 11:51 AM

December 29, 2002

The Voyeur Web

Webword has a great listing of "Voyeur" sites, which allow you see what other people are searching for.

Posted by Andrew at 12:12 PM | Comments (0)

Thinking about Linux?

If you're thinking about giving Linux a try CNET has recently reviewed and compared Red Hat 8.0 and SuSE 8.1, giving the latter the slight edge in terms of ease of use.

Posted by Andrew at 06:53 AM | Comments (0)

December 28, 2002

Great XML resource

The latest issue of XML Journal include a CD with the content of every issue of XML-J ever published (30 issues worth -- 450 articles).

I usually find this mag too expensive to buy ($6.99 an issue), but getting the CD makes the current issue a steal.

If you're interested in XML pick it up!

Posted by Andrew at 01:27 AM | Comments (0)

December 23, 2002

Yahoo acquires Inktomi

In case you've been asleep today :)

Yahoo acquires Inktomi

You can read more about it here, here, here, here, here, and here.

One has to wonder is MSN will continue to use Inktomi results for its search.

This will certainly be an interesting story to follow.

Posted by Andrew at 10:13 PM | Comments (0)

December 21, 2002

Phoenix 0.5 is out

The 0.5 release of Phoenix came out this past week and I've found myself using it more and more.

If you've found yourself switching from Netscape to Mozilla for a less cluttered browser only to find that you'd like even less clutter, then I'd recommend checking this browser out.

Now if only I could magically convert all of my old table-based pages that break in Gecko-based browsers when certain DOCTYPES are used :) .

Posted by Andrew at 12:20 AM

December 20, 2002

Stop frames

I found good resource on frame-busting today at http://www.xs4all.nl/~ppk/js/framebust.html.

This page is a part of Peter Paul Koch's excellent JavaScript pages.

Posted by Andrew at 11:46 PM
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