First Thoughts on the iPad

First Thoughts on the iPad

I have to admit, I was super excited about a week ago when I started reading into all of the hype of what Apple’s new tablet device could do.  I had lots of possibilities in mind: video chatting, sketchbooking websites for clients, and just in general reinventing the way we look at handheld devices.  I […]

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5 (More) Things That Have Become Obsolete This Decade

5 (More) Things That Have Become Obsolete This Decade

If you saw the Huffington Post’s online version today, they did a great photo essay about the top 12 things that have gone obsolete.  Some of them you may agree with; some of them you may not.  But I think they forgot some of the most important things that we can’t live without now that […]

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Three Lessons We Can Learn from Hacker Croll

Three Lessons We Can Learn from Hacker Croll

So, if you haven’t been closely following the incident involving TechCrunch, Twitter, and a very astute hacker called Croll, then you’re missing out on a turning point for internet security as we know it. In case you’re new to the story, here’s what happened in a nutshell, via TechCrunch: HC (Hacker Croll) accessed Gmail for […]

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Tools Tuesday – The Web Developer Toolbar

Tools Tuesday – The Web Developer Toolbar

Designers and Developers have lots of things they use on a regular basis in order to get work done.  Software, Hardware, Apps; there are multitudes that I end up opening on a daily basis in order to efficiently plan out, execute, and update the sites that I create.  So, every Tuesday, I’ll be diving into […]

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Google Chrome and Internet Explorer IE8beta2: First Impressions

Google Chrome and Internet Explorer IE8beta2: First Impressions

For those of you who are looking for Google’s next big launch, it just happened.  Google Chrome is out in full force and I’ve got my first impressions. First of all, the browser is beautiful.  It takes out all of the crap (menu bars, bookmarks) and hides them within the interface.  Want to head to […]

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Transparent PNG in IE6 – JavaScript

Transparent PNG in IE6 – JavaScript

There are a lot of fixes for Alpha PNG transparancy in Internet Explorer 6.  They all have their pros and cons, but I love this one because (unlike some other fixes) it covers every image at once.  That way, you can put in a lot of transparent images and get a massive fix for all. […]

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