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HTMLfixIT Archive for February, 2006




Sunday, February 12th, 2006 by Don

So I sit here watching the tele and it suggests that I go to joinbode.com. I figure sure, why not, so I visit. It is an odd site. What is the point of it? I find something I can click on (a chairlift) and it tells me I get a star. Woopie, back to piano lessons? I get a star. What is the point of this site? I have no idea. I try his myspace.com site. Server too busy. On to something worthwhile. Bye Bode. I guess I’ll never know what it is about … and I am pretty sure I don’t care. When I get to a site where the purpose is not clear, I clear out.

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Saturday, February 11th, 2006 by Don

I was cruising around the net today and come to the page of RussellBeattie. The guy is a nerd — sorry Rudoublesedoublel. He has pictures to prove it. He decides one day to dump comments from his blog to simplify life. We did the same thing here, only it was accidental (we broke our captcha by accident — I’ll fix it one day soon). The sad part however is that …. nobody even told us. There is no love, so Russ, be happy anyone cared.

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Thursday, February 9th, 2006 by Don

CoComment is a site that looks very promising. It will allow you to track where you leave comments, put a copy of the comments you leave here and there on your own website for your readers. It brings everything full circle. Sadly it is a popularity contest apparently as you need an invitation code and nobody sent me one. Maybe I can trade a gmail invite (or wait that was then) or a Newsvine tip or two?

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Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 by Don

Google today hired a significant figure from rival Amazon’s K9 search team. Head of that division at Amazon, Udi Manber, will become an engineer at Google. This is just the latest in a number of high profile hirings over the past few years by Google. Working there must sometimes feel like you are in the internet hall of fame. Hey guys, I am available if the price is right. Please contact me …

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Friday, February 3rd, 2006 by Don

I occaisionally say bad things about Microsoft here — when I think they deserve it. Sit down a second, I have something good to say on the subject of Microsoft! I am preparing to work on a book involving Vista, Microsofts new operating system (and more) schedule for release later this year. So I visited the official Vista website today and was super impressed with the layout of the page. It really seems to have depth to it.

One of the features promised for Vista, and a feature I could care less about (or is it could not care less about?) is the glass translucent buttons and menus. However on the website, they sort of mimic them with translucent buttons (very slow to load on and off states by the way on my connection speed) that you see through to the far off mountain vistas. Slick job. Kudos to the MS web designer (or contracted person[s]) who handled that task.

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Friday, February 3rd, 2006 by Don

I occaisionally say bad things about Microsoft here — when I think they deserve it. Sit down a second, I have something good to say on the subject of Microsoft! I am preparing to work on a book involving Vista, Microsofts new operating system (and more) schedule for release later this year. So I visited the official Vista website today and was super impressed with the layout of the page. It really seems to have depth to it.

One of the features promised for Vista, and a feature I could care less about (or is it could not care less about?) is the glass translucent buttons and menus. However on the website, they sort of mimic them with translucent buttons (very slow to load on and off states by the way on my connection speed) that you see through to the far off mountain vistas. Slick job. Kudos to the MS web designer (or contracted person[s]) who handled that task.

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Friday, February 3rd, 2006 by Don

This is a great read, even if it is not true. Can Google, the company who plans to do no harm, actually buy something called dark fiber? It makes sense that they would like to own such a system. It will create Web 3.0, essentially networked machines on their network. That will allow users to purchase low cost slave machines and use them on a system monitored, updated and kept functional by professionals. For many that sounds good … how else has AOL survived this long?

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