Mmm honey, this steak tastes just as good as the last one we had. That's because it pretty much is, but if you die, well, you trust me don't you honey? Wired News: Clone Steak Safe, Unless It Isn't
Friday, 30 July 2004
Thursday, 29 July 2004
Reasons to convert to css #205 Stopdesign | Throwing Tables Out the Window "Many developers believe these claims because they start by developing for ? and checking in ? IE. Then they view it in another browser and become frustrated when they see all kinds of supposed ?bugs? they think they?ll have to fix.
IE interprets CSS more loosely than other browsers that have been iterating versions over the last couple years..."
Posted by Richard Kendall at 29.7.04
Wednesday, 28 July 2004
So, a day off, and an enjoyable (I am sick) afternoon spent in the company of =Father Dowling Investigates, where fortunately at the end, Sister Stephanie's wayward brother was not murdered by the dodgy cops, phew. Then Carol Vorderman stunned us all by getting 663 with only numbers less than 10 on Countdown, when the bright chap contestant only made 664, smug bitch.
Tuesday, 27 July 2004
Thinking of visiting NYC sometime on the near future with my girl Becx, this photographic trip around Manhatten certainly encourages me... Safety first :: NYC Helicopter Ride, 07/2004 (kottke.org)
"When you hit a snag in CSS, strip down to the base ID and work up. Imagine this: The div containing your masthead image wraps improperly in IE, but displays perfectly in other browsers. While not all that difficult to imagine, it?s quite frustrating." Cameron Moll ~ 26 July 2004 ~ Eight things I wish I?d known when I started
Sunday, 25 July 2004
Get stuck into this css tutorial, part 1... Veerle's blog - Designing a CSS based template - part I
Posted by Richard Kendall at 25.7.04
Tuesday, 20 July 2004
I struggle with obvious words at the best of times, but this might explain a few forgetful moments at work... BBC NEWS | Health | A coffee can make you forgetful
Posted by Richard Kendall at 20.7.04
"Seriously, do you need film reviews to tell you what you already know? That the new studio meatloaf I, Robot?"suggested by" Isaac Asimov's book, as if the 50-year-old anthology pitched itself to Fox execs?is 18 kinds of overprocessed sheep crap?" oh dear, poor willy smith ... http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0429/atkinson2.php"The Village Voice: Film: System Failure by Michael Atkinson
Posted by Richard Kendall at 20.7.04
Saturday, 17 July 2004
All companies with an online presence take note "...but most Web applications continue to be developed by engineers with little to no actual experience in user experience methodology, information design, brand application or usability. This is not just a trend?it is an oversight by many companies not willing to invest in improving the user experience." This article is American based, but still has relevance to the UK market. Digital Web Magazine - Brand Value and the User Experience
Posted by Richard Kendall at 17.7.04
Thursday, 15 July 2004
Sunday, 11 July 2004
There is some messed up shit on the web, but this makes me laugh, "ass, titties, ass and titties" everyone... you need soap. and water. soap. and water. water. water. water. water. water. water. water. water. water.
Thursday, 8 July 2004
Healthy eating? And I bet the supermarkets didn't realise they were selling all this stuff,pumped full of salt...yeh whateverBBC NEWS | Health | Popular foods 'loaded with salt'
Posted by Richard Kendall at 8.7.04
Wednesday, 7 July 2004
Busy man paints stones, and they look kinda cool, he sells them and makes a living, a story for us all there, life doesn't always have to the sterotyped daily 9-5 job...if only One of a Kind Art gifts, Hand Painted Rocks by George Witham
Jills - Some crazy sh1t you can find out from b3ta: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO AAHH
If you didn't think weasels could be cute, you
are very wrong, as this photo gallery clearly
Fact 1: Female ferrets are called Jills.
Fact 2: The name Jill derives from the Greek
ioulos - 'downy-bearded'. Erm. We think you
can draw your own conclusions from that.
What b3ta said this week, and what a lot of people aseem to be thinking, sorry Microsoft: ": GOOD AND BAD
Stuff this week which is er.. good or bad
>> GOOD: Firefox browser <<
Free from spyware, quicker than Internet
Explorer and complete with fantastic tabbed
browsing, Firefox has recently become our
browser of choice."
Nice to see George Dubya isn't pretending to be dumb and not in control things, as this journalist found out..Protein Feed - Bush Gets Asked Some Real Questions