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Font Size: No Happy Medium

27/11/2003 @ 09:35 UTC

Simon Willison : Font Size: No Happy Medium - Sometimes I just wish for ignorance

Paul Hammond : mezzoblue - Font Size: No Happy Medium - when the designer does this to the best of his or her knowledge and ability, and it's still not enough, perhaps it stops being his or her responsibility.

Mark Pilgrim : font size: no happy medium - apparently not

css crib sheet

26/11/2003 @ 21:18 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : css crib sheet - rules of thumb

Ben Milleare : CSS Crib Sheet

ucontrol

26/11/2003 @ 21:18 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : ucontrol - disable caps lock on os x (and other fun tricks)

astronomy picture of the day

26/11/2003 @ 21:18 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : astronomy picture of the day - with daily archives going back to 1995

syncato 0.7 is out

26/11/2003 @ 21:18 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : syncato 0.7 is out - gpl-compatible xmldb/python-based weblogging system

Making sense of the recent Google update

26/11/2003 @ 19:54 UTC

Andy Baio : Making sense of the recent Google update - spam-blocking efforts blow out many commercial sites

Mark Pilgrim : been gazumped by google? - nope, doing better than ever

FOAF splinters into 10 competing efforts

26/11/2003 @ 19:53 UTC

Andy Baio : FOAF splinters into 10 competing efforts - I'll be joining FOAM shortly

Mark Pilgrim : foaf project fizzles - splinters into JLC, SOD, FOAM, FONO, BOAF, POAP, FOKK, FOBB, FOX, and LOAF

MovableType security hole exploited by spammers

26/11/2003 @ 14:55 UTC

Andy Baio : MovableType security hole exploited by spammers - rename, delete or patch it ASAP

gleuschk : MT Spam Vulnerability - I just knew all that`send this entry' crap was a bad idea (delete mt-send-entry.cgi at once)

Mark Pilgrim : more on: mt is an open relay - delete mt-send-entry.cgi immediately

movable type is an open relay

26/11/2003 @ 14:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : movable type is an open relay - delete mt-send-entry.cgi immediately

accesskeys and reserved keystroke combinations

26/11/2003 @ 09:05 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : accesskeys and reserved keystroke combinations - the accesskey attribute is an interesting idea that falls apart in the real world

subversion is not for me (yet)

26/11/2003 @ 09:05 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : subversion is not for me (yet) - dealbreaker: latest version only works with plaintext authentication

Colour tools | clagnut/blog

24/11/2003 @ 22:52 UTC

Paul Hammond : Colour tools | clagnut/blog - * There are a number of really handy online colour tools coming to my notice

Simon Willison : Colour tools - A roundup of tools that help create colour schemes.

Mark Pilgrim : color tools roundup - color is not my strong point

debian.org compromise - developer cleanup info

24/11/2003 @ 21:27 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : debian.org compromise - developer cleanup info - this incident only affected debian.org developers, but of course the information could be useful to anyone

special message to website creators

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : special message to website creators - to the fairest

mysql gotchas

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : mysql gotchas - it's not a bug, it's a feature

François Hodierne : MySQL Gotchas

Paul Hammond : MySQL Gotchas - A "gotcha" is a feature or function which works as advertised - but not as expected.

Jeremy Zawodny : MySQL Gotchas

Charles Miller : MySQL Gotchas - MySQL Gotchas. MySQL screws up your data faster than any other database! (via Chu Yeow)

Nelson Minar : MySQL gotchas - "When NULL is not NULL" (via Eric Case)

Kayode Okeyode : MySQL Gotchas

Themes and metaphors in the semantic web discussion

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Paul Ford : Themes and metaphors in the semantic web discussion - Peter Van Dijck does a wonderful job breaking down the argument over the Semantic Web that took place last week, cartoon-style. I (Paul) am represented by a picture from 1999 taken with several plastic bags stuffed in my mouth (c.f. ). So cool.

Mark Pilgrim : themes and metaphors in the semantic web discussion - wow, that would be so much better in rdf

extracting exif data with python

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : extracting exif data with python - wow, that would be so much better in rdf

rdf and longhorn lessons

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : rdf and longhorn lessons - don't confuse science with scientists

how not to get fired because of your blog

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : how not to get fired because of your blog - too late

request

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : request - i call them b-links myself, but that's an inside joke that like 6 people understand

what should i do if the internet goes down?

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : what should i do if the internet goes down? - this is why i always keep a copy of the rdf specifications handy for offline reading

javaserver faces

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : javaserver faces - next-generation accessible technology

subversion windows client

24/11/2003 @ 08:56 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : subversion windows client - no cygwin required

the underscore hack

24/11/2003 @ 00:21 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the underscore hack - another way to target ie/win

Paul Hammond : CSS: The Underscore Hack - very simple and clear way to set CSS properties for WinIE only

cool picture of me at apachecon

24/11/2003 @ 00:21 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : cool picture of me at apachecon - taken by doc searls, who says he almost understands atom now

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