RSS feeds of specific sites are great – but I prefer RSS feeds, as the result of a search. Let’s say I am interested in Blog A, because Blog A discusses the topic, Topic A. I subscribe to Blog A’s RSS feed, so I can stay informed with Topic A, from Blog A, without always [...]
Excuse me, while I have a Monday brain dump… These are some things I need to do, in regards to this site: Add a STRICT XHTML doctype, and conform to it accordingly. Enhance my Admin panel, which allows me to manange my site from anywhere, which includes adding or modifying blog entries. Learn some simple [...]
To continue our Broadway In Chicago marathon, tonight we will witness Sweet Charity, with Christina Applegate. Curtain draws at 7:30 PM. I am looking forward to it.
While exporting a Pages document to HTML, I noticed that has an attribute start. I had not known this up until this point. The start attribute let’s the author specify what list number is used to begin the increment. For example: iPod U2 iPod iPod Mini iPod Photo iPod Shuffle … would output: iPod U2 [...]
Export full resolution Keynote 2 slides to PowerPoint. This will definitely help. FireWire Hysteria. Very interesting scenario. And… some trackback on FireWire Hysteria. XForms: The future of web forms.
In the words of John Fogerty, We’re born again; there’s new grass on the field. I ordered my single game Cubs tickets yesterday and today, and I have a pretty good selection. Here is my ticket list, so far: 04/10/2005 (Sunday); vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 1:20 PM CST 04/26/2005 (Tuesday); vs. Cincinnati Reds, 7:05 PM CST [...]
I seriously hope the latest version of Firefox improves on some loopholes, because I am thinking about dumping it, on the Mac. Firefox works great on Windows. But with a Mac, it doesn’t “blend well” with the system. It doesn’t feel very “Mac like.” Also, it has so many irritations – such as tabbed browsing, [...]
The hottest ticket in town, this summer, has just arrived to my mailbox: Can’t wait for that.
When declaring your link styles in CSS, it’s often misleading what order they should go, in the code. General CSS theory states that your CSS link declarations should follow this order: link, visited, hover, active However, it’s natural tendency (at least for me) to put the hover pseudo–class BEFORE visited, or SECOND in line. The [...]
Note: If you have yet to see the movie, beware… Some details might be spoiled for you. Don’t say I didn’t warn you… I saw Garden State last night, after it finally arrived from Netflix. I was anticipating it greatly, based on reviews from people I know, who all said it was too good to [...]