Ecowash.info will be coming soon. Be sure to check it out, especially if you live in the Hampton Roads, Virginia, area.
There’s probably something worse out there somewhere, but I certainly haven’t seen anything this bad in a long time. This is the bottom nav bar on all the pages at Roget’s Hyperlinked Thesaurus. You actually have to use almost all the sections of the site before the navigation starts to make sense. Oh, and that
I just learned that an email address I’ve been using for ten years, and through which I’ve received thousands of messages is invalid and just won’t work—at least according to this ISP’s validation script!
An overlooked problem of Web forms arises when the choices offered do not make sense to the user.
I wrote an article for the new online Web design magazine, 13things, entitled “Horizontal Flow: The Magic of Row-Based Design.” In it, I examine what the effect of column-based design has been, advantages of using rows to recapture the organizational effects of the grid that were largely lost when we abandoned table-based layouts, and some
Working on a new MacBook is like worshipping in the temple of the Goddess of Beauty.
Ok, I’ve got to admit that Chrome has lost a bit of its luster as far as I’m concerned. For instance, for one of my projects, I need to use Central Desktop, an excellent project management site. Unfortunately, it’s one of several sites that Chrome can’t handle. Not that Safari or even Opera can either.
Since downloading Chrome two days ago, I’ve had the chance both to work and play with it, and I must say I’m tremendously impressed. Initial reactions: Chrome is fast. Very fast. The difference is especially noticeable on high-bandwidth connections. (On my DSL connection at home, it’s fast, but not breathtakingly so.) Chrome uses multi-threaded rendering
I’ve been thinking about password security recently. Like many people I generally use one “strong” password for most of my access in cyberspace. The memorable strong password idea is definitely an improvement over the oldskool practice of changing a password every several weeks, which invariably led people to write down their passwords, making security as