I’m not generally one to shill for corps, but domain registration is a topic that’s come up several times on IRC channels I’ve been on lately, and I have been uniformly happy with my experience with GoDaddy (not a referral link), the domain registrar. Their site’s ugly and certainly not the best, usability-wise, but it’s […]
Archive for July 2005
A helpful #rubyonrails denizen named Dema posted an entry to his blog today and asked if his Rails solution was useful to anybody. Boy is it ever! Here’s what he has to say: At first, you start with a global CSS file, included in every page thru the ‘link’ tag. But as your website grows […]
I’ve been reading lots of books lately on not only how humans consciously shape things, but on how things unconsciously shape us. Books like Our Own Devices, by Edward Tenner, and The Evolution of Useful Things, by Henry Petroski. While the former is a somewhat poorly written book that is more an amalgam of many […]
I spent some time monkeying around with slash7 last night and made some much-needed changes. Gone is the ooglay mishmash of type, the poorly spaced headers, the utter lack of any kind of page definition. In with some better typography and a little more distinction for the elements of the page. Of course, I’ve discovered […]
I have a dirty little secret, and I’m not sure if it’s really the best idea to announce it here being the rather public forum that it is, but here goes: I hate HTML. You’re probably wondering why that little statement rates up there as a “dirty little secret,” involving, as it does, no dubious […]
Sure, it’s a bit Cocoa-oriented, but it’s a song about MVC. You can’t go wrong! Check it out.
Well, I was going to put the finishing paragraphs on my form helpers article tonight, but I got sidetracked. Witness the Wiki HowTo: How To Work with Checkbox HABTM Relationships … Enjoy.