Archive for September, 2004

Nose Licks and Tail Wags

Friday, September 24th, 2004

Nose Licks and Tail Wags is a site devoted to dogs. I mainly decided to feature it because I thought it might appeal to Hazel, one of our guest authors who occasionally posts. Cheers Don

So I Guess htmlfixit is our “sex”

Thursday, September 23rd, 2004

gapingvoid: the sex & cash theory is interesting. The guy explains the natural tension in life between what we want to do and what we have to do. Some get lucky and find the blend. I think retirement may allow the sex to overtake the cash, but by then so many people are tired, cynical […]

Fighting silly patents.

Tuesday, September 21st, 2004

The battle has started between those interested in software innovation and those interested in lining their pockets to the detriment of everything else. The battlefield is the patenting of non specific ideas. To give you an idea of the problem, say for example I had patented the idea of burning a flammable substance and using […]

The Incredibles — The Official Movie Website

Tuesday, September 14th, 2004

The Incredibles — The Official Movie Website is up and running counting down the days til the movies release, and to market the website they use different marketing techniques from page optimization to the use of GMB images, which this article on using GMB photos from Local Viking explains how it works. If there is […]

Google Blog

Monday, September 13th, 2004

We have been tracking hits to our site using the best statistical hit counter we know of … ours … and we keep getting this unusual hit to this to one of our tutorials: (hold your mouse over the link to see the url popup.) HTMLfixIT box model hack tute. (via Google) It appears that […]

Cyber Security Tips by CERT

Wednesday, September 8th, 2004

Cyber Security Tips are available from the CERT folks. They are from the government and they are here to help you. These days, cybersecurity companies play an important role in helping safeguard businesses from cybercriminals. With many cybersecurity companies in the market today, how can you pick the top cybersecurity companies that suits your needs? […]

Happy Birthday Google

Wednesday, September 8th, 2004

Google is our favorite search engine at for many many reasons. First it produces the most relevant search results. Second it has an entire Linux section. Third, even though it accepts paid ad’s (and pays us something for ads on a page here or there), they have not used pop-ups, they don’t compromise the […]

California MCLE, CLE and Continuing Legal Education

Monday, September 6th, 2004

California MCLE, CLE and Continuing Legal Education is a neat site, it has many many sample contracts. For example use the search feature to look for Microsoft and SCO, or find leases for real estate by Fun to look around.

Picasa: how much does it cost?

Friday, September 3rd, 2004

I love Google. At the bottom of a recent Google search up pops a promo for Picasa. It said: You can find any image you want on the Web. How about on your own computer? Albums. Editing. Printing. Sharing. Try Picasa, Google’s new photo organizer. Free Download! Now I have to tell you, it looked […]

Maxthon – something like Firefox on an IE “engine”

Friday, September 3rd, 2004

“Maxthon is a powerful web browser with a highly customizable interface. It is based on the Internet Explorer engine (your most likely current web browser) which means that what works in IE, works the same in Maxthon but with many additional efficient features … ” Interesting to me, after reading one of Franki’s posts on […]

Paint Shop Pro Tutorials

Thursday, September 2nd, 2004

For those who need tutorials I have noticed that the Jasc website now have these. Go to and then the learning center link on the left or use the others, whatever you need. We used to have to go to the Paint Shop Pro users group for tutorials before, I don’t know exactly how […]

Gmail Giving Tree – Welcome

Thursday, September 2nd, 2004

I just came accross the Gmail Giving Tree – Welcome site. I have been wanting to give Gmail a whirl for a bit now. A couple of groups I belong to have people who have received invites. I have not. I am curious if anyone has had experience with the giving tree concept. What bothered […]

Browser History timeline: Overview

Wednesday, September 1st, 2004

Browser History timeline: Overview provides a listing of the release date of each browsers final version. Some have not had a significant update for over three years of their latest version!

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