- Six Creative Solutions in Online Advertising
- How to display Adsense ads only when you want to
- You cheap bastards – ‘Pay what you want’ for World of Goo a success?
- CSS Sprites: What They Are, Why They’re Cool, and How To Use Them
- Top 10 Reasons Why the Closing of Geocities is Long Overdue
- I Am Going To Steal Your Ebook!
- Mouse Cursor Affordance
- Modern CSS Layouts: The Essential Characteristics
- MySQL gets cloudy with Amazon’s new database service
- Feeds 101
- Apple’s 2009 ad budget: Half a billion – Microsoft’s? $1.4 billion.
- Happy 40th Birthday, Internet!
- Showcase Of Beautiful Textured Web Designs
- Chris Coyier’s Redesigned Personal Site – To sum it up, the permalink pages can each have their own CSS to lend a unique twist to the page, sort of like how magazines style different articles. An interesting concept.
Monthly Archives: October 2009
In case you missed it on October 26th, the webcomic XKCD changed their design in mourning (or celebration?) of GeoCities‘ closing. Geocities was the first major free web host, giving users 15MB of space for their HTML and image files. They were sort of…
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has approved a plan to develop a set of regulations that will help prevent the telcos from modifying web pages, throttling applications’ transfers, “deprioritizing” packets from competing applications or servers, or other dirty tricks along those lines. The ISPs,…
Grooveshark not only has a cool design, but is an interesting service as well. It lets you search for music and play it, streaming through the Flash player. Artists can submit their music directly to Grooveshark, giving them a promotional platform, as well as…
In the English language, titles follow a certain convention of capitalization. Titles of books and magazine articles, news headlines, names of publications, etc., they all follow this basic rule: You capitalize every word in the title, except for unimportant words (e.g. and, or, is,…
TimThumb is a PHP script by Darren Hoyt that can automatically create thumbnails on the fly, caching them for later use. It scales images to the width and height you specify, either keeping the original aspect ratio or cropping the image. To make use…
Have you ever wished for an easy way to add a smaller secondary title, a subheading, under your blog posts’ main titles? That’s exactly what the SubHeading plugin does. It adds a subheading field to the Write screen in the WordPress Admin, and a…