The story that started with this article and continued with this article comes to some sort of resolution with today’s installment. I’m not sure if I’m more impressed with the talent these people have or the amount of free time they seem to posess. Either way I’m jealous.
Interesting, Mac OS Rumors is reporting that the Aqua interface is contained in a single editable file in Mac OS X Developer Preview 3.
Not having a good day at all today.
Wondering what Web server software your favorite Weblogs are running? RasterWeb has the answer.
The Web the Way it Was. I’d like to congratulate everyone at Pyra, everyone at Userland, Brig and Jorn for their well deserved mentions in this article. A lot of hard work went into building the tools that everyone is using now, and we shouldn’t lose sight of that fact. The article itself isn’t all that insightful.
Nikolai has this great new linking scheme for his offsite links. Every site has a tiny box with some defining element of it’s design in it that acts as the link too that site. I’ve been reading his site pretty regularly over the last couple of weeks. I’m honored that Bump merited a box inside the box.
More on the Stowaway keyboard for the Palm.
One thing that Palm announced today that I haven’t seen covered anywhere is a new unlimited plan for the Palm VII’s wireless access.
I read Shift every month now. I started reading it when it was a Canadian import, and now they have launched the magazine in the US too. On their site, they have this Shift List where you can view, then vote on, sites. They then publish the monthly tally in the magazine. A good combination of using online energy to produce offline content. Also of note is this map that shows you where their current site visitors are geographically. (Still not as cool as that new Kaliber 10000)
For my friends who only read this site: The Superfriends Wazzzup Commercial
Palm makes Color device official. The IIIc comes with 8 Mb of RAM. They also came out with this neat folding keyboard, and Kodak released their camera that hooks to the Palm. The cradle is still serial and there is no USB option, and you have to pay for Mac Support separately.
I’ve expanded the Where I go section to the right a little. I want it to accurately reflect the sites I’m going to on a daily basis. A reworked links page/portal is about half done, and will include a much more comprehehnsive directory of my less frequent visits than the existing links page.
Damn, I was just over at Kaliber 10000, and they’ve redesigned. The previous design was long one of my favorite site designs, and I like the new one, but not as much yet. Looks like there’s lots of new content in the kiosks throughout the site too, or I missed it all before. Still no t-shirts.(Hint hint.)
Something I will never be: sixfoot6 He’s got some beautiful sky pictures up there.(Perhaps he takes better sky pictures than I do because he is closer to the sky than I am.)
Al Gore’s WuName is Jive Talkin’ Choirboy. Fitting perhaps.
I’m very tired of complexity. I’m thinking about getting rid of all my computers and buying one really powerful PC laptop and one powerful Mac laptop and calling it a day. Right now, there always seems to be at least one computer that needs some sort of maintenance, and I have little or no time to do it.
This is a very good idea. Spam has become a worse and worse issue for me. It would be nice to filter it all into the garbage.
Links served up this month so far: 104.
In the office again cleaning up some code we need to hand off to a client tommorrow. Weblogs.com now has YAPI(Yet another popularity index). Bump is now ranked 24th.