Month: July 2005

Standards-Compliant Wrongly Used

While checking out Internet Explorer 7’s (beta) ability to render webpages, I’ve found that GoDaddy won’t let me use their site without telling me that my browser is old, and isn’t standards-compliant. The first mistake they made, is assuming the browser I’m using is old. The second mistake is that they claim it’s because the…


New AOL Explorer Browser

Just saw that AOL has just released their AOL Explorer browser for download. As a web designer, I’m surprised to see this out, especially since it’s just a Internet Explorer 6.0 shell. With IE7 beta just around the corner (August 3rd, last I heard), this makes the announcement unexciting and disheartening, as both a web…


Blinksale | Online Invoicing

You may remember that I had posted my personal Top 10 Web Apps, listing some of my favorite web applications that enhances my life. There’s a new one opened up today, called Blinksale, which is an online invoice application that is very slick. Heavily inspired by the design philosophies of 37Signals, the app is full…


Tunes Taken Down, Up on August 9th

The tunes have been taken down as the bandwidth limit has been reached for this month. It lasted longer, thanks to the kind people that donated to help keep them up longer. Over 15,000 people enjoyed the tunes since they went up this month; that’s a lot of people. All the donaters should have an…


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