Tag Archives: Blog
This website is a very clean, crips design almost entirely based on white, black, and tones of grey. The client wanted to draw the focus on the content of the blog, rather than the design of it. In doing so I think we achieved a truly special theme. No wonder, the client himself is a […]
WordPress MU Cookie Error
I finally solved this error after spending all day on it….wordpress mu “ERROR: WordPress requires Cookies but your browser does not support them or they are blocked.” – Google Search The solution, that I haven’t seen posted anywhere, lies in how you specified the domain name when installing WPMU. I specified simply “blogs” when I […]
I’m a Mac and I’m a PC
I’ve always loved these commercials that Apple started but these parody ones are even better. Check out Paul Thurrott’s blog for more.
The Digg Comment Algorithm
Everything in this world can be shown as a flowchart algorithm. This, of course, applies to the complex and not well researched field of â€œDigg commentsâ€œ. Hereâ€™s someone’s humble attempt to define an algorithm which should encompass all of the many possibilities of comment development on Digg. Take this with your tongue firmly in cheek. […]
New Firefox Logo
I believe this is currently the front-runner for the new Mozilla Firefox logo and I am inclined to agree… Original article.
Landmark II – The roof is on FIRE!
So my rather slow day turned a little more exciting around 11:30 am when I saw black smoke drifting outside of my office window. After some peeking through locked office doors and windows I finally went outside to see what was going on. The parking lot was full of people and over on the other […]
A new way to test your bandwidth
The site allows you to select servers to ping from around the country on an interactive map and graphically displays connections as they travel with varying speeds along the way. It also lets you store results of tests for your computer and sort them by date, time, speed and distance. read more | digg story
The riddle of China’s Area 51
On the internet, a little mystery can go a long way. “Six weeks ago, a man living in Germany and calling himself KenGrok, announced a fascinating discovery on a Google Earth Community forum. Poring over satellite images of China on the free Google Earth service, he came across a strange plot of land – approximately […]
Huge Firefox crop circle – aliens do prefer Firefox!
This past weekend, the OSU Linux Users Group descended on a field in Oregon to create a 45,000+ square foot crop circle of Firefox. The photos of this, taken from planes and helicopters, are incredible. read more | digg story