Paul Hammond blogs at http://www.paulhammond.org/journal/ xml

Colour blindness on the Web | clagnut/blog

4/11/2005 @ 23:57 UTC

Paul Hammond : Colour blindness on the Web | clagnut/blog - The thing is, colour blindness on the Web isn’t a big deal

Jon Hicks : Colour blindness on the Web | clagnut - Great post from Rich – more in depth than anything I could’ve done!

kayodeok : Colour blindness on the Web

The Web Standards Project - WaSP Microsoft Task Force Update

4/11/2005 @ 23:57 UTC

Paul Hammond : The Web Standards Project - WaSP Microsoft Task Force Update - standards support in new software, the role of XAML and the Microsoft agenda, the Acid2 test, SXSW, and last but most decidedly not least, IE progress

techno weenie: Introducing Calculations

4/11/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : techno weenie: Introducing Calculations - an extension to ActiveRecord dealing with aggregate queries

XML.com: REST on Rails

4/11/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : XML.com: REST on Rails - just a couple of lines of code

Simon Willison : XML.com: REST on Rails - Matt Biddulph's Rails mixin provides an instant REST interface to an ActiveRecord model.

kayodeok : XML.com: REST on Rails - REST on Rails

Rands In Repose: Repetitive Information Injury

4/11/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : Rands In Repose: Repetitive Information Injury - Knowing you're in this state is step number one to unsticking yourself

FeedTools

4/11/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : FeedTools - a simple Ruby library for handling rss, atom, and cdf parsing, generation, and translation as well as caching

Opensource Usability - Laughing Meme

4/11/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : Opensource Usability - Laughing Meme - Opensource's central dogma is "scratch your own itch", usability's central dogma is "you are not your own user."

Migrating in two dimensions

4/11/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Migrating in two dimensions - Each migration should change over time to adapt to the changes in the code

Russell Beattie Notebook » Making Money?

4/11/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Russell Beattie Notebook » Making Money? - The basic concept is pretty simple, right?

Tantek's Thoughts - Lazytagging, Lazynotes

4/11/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Tantek's Thoughts - Lazytagging, Lazynotes - add the tags "needstags" and "needsnotes" to explicitly invite folks to add tags and/or notes respectively

TextDrive Weblog: Optimizing Rails Resource Usage

4/11/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : TextDrive Weblog: Optimizing Rails Resource Usage - Rails is nuclear stuff, it allows you to do wonders in minutes but you have to be careful with it

Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome

4/11/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

jimray : Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome - Artificial artificial intelligence - what happens when someone sets up an HIT to defeat captchas?

Paul Hammond : Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome - Complete simple tasks that people do better than computers

Andy Baio : Amazon redesigns Mechanical Turk with web-based creation tools - creating HITs now requires no programming; just pick a template and upload a CSV with the values

Wander, Think, Repeat » Blog Archive » I know very little about Google or Googlebase (but I...

30/10/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

ricmac : Wander, Think, Repeat » Blog Archive » I know very little about Google or Googlebase (but I’m writing this anyway) - A new technical term has been invented: the craig. Read this post for all the details - thought-provoking stuff. [via Ben Barren]

Paul Hammond : Wander, Think, Repeat » Blog Archive » I know very little about Google or Googlebase (but I’m writing this anyway) - I’m going to define a new standard measure of web-application effort called the craig

The Zen of Microformats [@lesscode.org]

28/10/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

deusx : The Zen of Microformats [@lesscode.org] - "the core values, the Zen, these guys are carving out have very strong parallels to those of the less code movement, I think."

Paul Hammond : The Zen of Microformats [@lesscode.org] - when someone very close to the project says “microformats�, they are more often talking about the process that is evolving there

jimray : The Zen of Microformats [@lesscode.org]

Simon Willison : The Zen of Microformats - The process is more interesting than the formats themselves.

Eric Meyer : The Zen of Microformats - A quick and insightful look at the 'core' of the microformats effort.

kayodeok : The Zen of Microformats - "Microformats" are a set of specifications describing interoperable machine formats that work on the web

Ajaxian: Moo.fx: More effects. Built on Prototype

28/10/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Ajaxian: Moo.fx: More effects. Built on Prototype - a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library

About modeling in software development. Perhaps the emphasis ... [Tesugen]

28/10/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : About modeling in software development. Perhaps the emphasis ... [Tesugen] - There’s no distinction between modeling as sketching and modeling as producing plans

Where's The Ambition?

27/10/2005 @ 14:56 UTC

kayodeok : Where's The Ambition? - Umm, I like FireFox as much as the next geek. But if you're creating enhancements to a browser with a 7% marketshare, god knows what you or your investors are thinking

ricmac : Russell Beattie Notebook » Where’s The Ambition? - excellent post by Russ: "It just seems that no one is trying to change the world any more. No one is aiming to create “insanely great� products or do the impossible. Why not?"

Paul Hammond : Russell Beattie Notebook » Where’s The Ambition? - Are they going to change the world?

SQLite Database Browser

27/10/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

jimray : SQLite Database Browser - Cross platform SQLite viewer - sweet

Paul Hammond : SQLite Database Browser - visual tool used to create, design and edit database files compatible with SQLite

don norman (24 October 2005, Interconnected)

27/10/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : don norman (24 October 2005, Interconnected) - The great thing about not putting everything on the front page is that the surface of possibilities increases in line with the user's growing experience.

The Fishbowl: Digital Identity

27/10/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : The Fishbowl: Digital Identity - it’s not going to be about giving you cool sites to put your stuff on “out there�, but about giving you the tools to build that cool stuff on top of your own persistent, personal space on the net

Anil Dash: The Interesting Economy

27/10/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Anil Dash: The Interesting Economy - maybe economies are things that get gamed

A List Apart: Articles: Good Designers Redesign, Great Designers Realign

27/10/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : A List Apart: Articles: Good Designers Redesign, Great Designers Realign - The desire to redesign is aesthetic-driven, while the desire to realign is purpose-driven

Railsbench

22/10/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Railsbench - Railsbench is a small collection of ruby and shell scripts which make measuring raw performance of rails apps a snap

addEvent() - My Solution

22/10/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : addEvent() - My Solution - does not use the addeventListener/attachEvent methods

Google, SEO and using CSS to hide text | 456 Berea Street

22/10/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Google, SEO and using CSS to hide text | 456 Berea Street - I would advise anyone making extensive use of CSS techniques that hide text to make sure that it can’t be mistaken for spamming

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