For at least the last couple of days, almost all of blm.gov has been redirecting to nifc.gov/offline/, where the National Interagency Fire Center gives them a little space to say that a big chunk of the United States government is offline while we make modifications to the site that will enhance the security of our […]
Archive for May, 2005
When you’re staring at SourceForge’s rather terse and high-level documentation, Phil Haack’s guide to CVS and SourceForge for Windows users is what you would rather be reading.
Amazon and RSS? (wherein I’m not too complimentary about Amazon’s utterly broken, truly awful autodiscovery), and Amazon wizarding, wherein James Robertson screenshots just how much room they left him to add value in Bottomfeeder.
While I’m really looking forward to having roc’s ‘render a thumbnail of a web page as an image’ (especially with canvas.toDataURL()), right now I’m rather distracted by his example extension code, which adds a listener for window.load, that adds an observer for EndDocumentLoad, that actually fires the script. Hmmm.
The Mozilla<SMALL><SUP>TM</SUP></SMALL> Trademark Policy is now at version 1.0. There’s interesting stuff to discuss, like the attempt at claiming to not allow extension names like FireFoo or, say, FoxiPod, but I just can’t get over the way they marked up the ™ symbol.
Sander van Lambalgen has a wonderfully insane idea for how to read an entire book on Amazon, from one statistically improbable phrase to the next. Sander? Can we pretty please have a feed, even just titles-only?
If your customers are talking, my guess is you’d better be talking, too.
Heh-heh. He said bogroll.
Where Blogging is Job One. That was always my black hole point, though maybe that doesn’t make it through. At least remind me I’m subscribed to your feed every few months.