Sometimes there’s too much protection and not enough options.
Another really quick bit of fun with dragging media into your browser.
This one trick saved a half-elf hours of work with clicking on buttons!
The canary rolled over dead and broke my site without a care in the world. Thankfully it was fixable, but this is a case where the bad error message was horrifying.
For fun, profit, and perhaps a little tweaking of terrible websites, I’m using Chrome Extensions to make the web suit me a little more.
Words. They fail me. Chrome changes the game again, and I’m not sure how I feel.
Without a favicon, your site just looks naked.
Making your site look ‘good’ in ‘all’ browsers is an ‘eye of the beholder’ crap shoot.
Safari for Windows?
Are we getting smarter about the internet or just luckier? It’s not really a case of social Darwinism, since it doesn’t look like software dies. It just fades away.