Archive for March, 2006

First Annual CSS Naked Day: April 05

Dustin Diaz is launching the first annual CSS Naked Day on April 5th 2006. Those brave enough to participate will run their sites completely CSS free for the entire day. The point is to show off the “semantic-ness” of your markup. Way to go Dustin! I’m in! Any takers? (Hat tip to Sarven for the […]

Lightbox JS v2.0

Lokesh Dhakar of Huddle Together has just released Lightbox JS v2.0. In one word: Sweet! Lightbox JS is a simple, pilule unobtrusive script used to overlay images on the current page. It’s a snap to setup and works on all modern browsers.

The IT Crowd

The IT Crowd is an awesome new sitcom out of the UK featuring a couple of underappreciated IT geeks and their female boss–who knows nothing of computers yet somehow got assigned the task of managing the department–working for a huge company run by a half-cocked loose canon of a CEO. I watched the first episode […]

Domain name squatting, piracy [UPDATE]

Update: I wasn’t making this stuff up! Dennis Forbes in his post “Interesting Facts About Domain Names” illustrates my point perfectly with cold hard researched numbers! Shopping for domain names has become such a pain in the rear. It’s no wonder that the majority of new (Web 2.0) sites out there have nonsensical names like […]

Cerado’s Web 2.0 or Star Wars Quiz

I think it’s because all the good domain names are taken, approved why else would people be using such odd names for their Web 2.0 creations? Hat tip to The Enginerd for finding Cerado’s Web 2.0 or Star Wars Quiz. I got a 29, what did you get?

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