Once upon a time if I wanted comments on a website, I would do them myself, tediously tackling problems solved a dozen times before to deliver an intuitive system. But today is a new day and I wouldn’t dream of writing comment code unless I really had to.
Adobe launched its Open Source initiative website the other day and I took at a look at the page. After highlighting some of the text as I read through it, I quickly realised I had stumbled through a warp-hole and landed in 1995. Warning: bad coding practices in this post!
A media heavy post to start the year! I’ve been using Firefox 3 beta 2 for some time now and here are my favourite features. FF3 already rocks my socks and I’ve a feeling that the final release is going to blow them off.
Several pronounced webdev figures are stepping forward to say they’re bored of the stale state of standards. We need more fun and faster innovation and the best thing for that is all-out war, no?
I totally abhor all the recent ranting on how Adblock is going to destroy the online economy so I’ve written them some code. They can be obnoxious about the way people view their sites and block them or they can get on with things. What I’ve written is technically DRM 2.0. Please don’t hate me.
How effective will link advertisements be if/when the web becomes even more semantic? Is there a future for the schemes that fund many bloggers’ habits.
Apple has recently launched their flagship browser to Windows. Any good? Any point? Despite his animosity for most things Apple, Oli is excited to be getting his hands on the Apple browser… But for how long?