“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book
By using the ‘print’ media type with the @media at-rule we can provide some special CSS declarations for when someone prints out your website.
I have to be honest. Despite my line of work, I still haven't entirely quaffed the wiki kool-aid. Blogging is one thing, but something about a reference source that's editable by anybody makes me a little wary.
I just wanted to say thank you to Frommers.com, which has unobtrusively become the best first-stop travel site on the web.
I was surprised to learn that some of my coworkers had not heard of the Sony debacle, so I thought I'd give a quick run-down. The progression thus far:
So I cynically went to one of those panel discussions that everyone gets spammed about but no one ever attends (sustainable fish, come on, what does
No computer store nearby? No problem. Apparently all you need is plastic water bottles, used motorcycle parts, window screens, and coaxial cables and you are ready to connect to your wireless network.
Too many people assume that using technology to bring regular citizens closer to the political and democratic processes requires expensive tools and big thinking.
A digital virus spread by terrorists left bodies on the streets and cities quarantined by the government.
Have you noticed how our "what's happening now" del.icio.us feed has gone nuts lately?
The "work vs.
I'm thinking Google's monopoly on search could be ceded if they don't catch up in the war against search spammers (people who contaminate search results).
I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com