I thought I’d type up a quickie list of things I believe in, as it relates to my profession or my kids’ schooling; I’ll leave out politics, religion, the sad state of the music industry, Apple versus Adobe, and alien conspiracies.
It does exactly what is says: expand textareas. No more, no less.
Neither of you are choir boys, and I’m fed up with your bickering.
By popular demand, I’m re-posting the Rule of Thirds tutorial. Rule of Thirds is quick and fun tutorial explaining the concept of the rule of thirds as used in visual design. I created this tutorial for a graduate-level Macromedia Director course at San Francisco State University in 2004.
As a Mac user, one of the more annoying issues I frequently encounter is funky PDF handling in Firefox and Safari. Here are some things you can do to get PDFs working in your browser(s).
Setty’s line “Smart people want to give their best” seems to be something of a passing thought in his post. I’d like to give it more attention, because I believe conscientious experienced folks have a fear of giving bad advice.
(Okay, I admit it… this post is WAY overdue.) Let me begin by saying this is not a rant, but rather an honest account of my impressions regarding this year’s DevLearn. Nearly two months have passed, and when I think of DevLearn I think of two things: Social media gone wild, and hallway conversations. Social Media Gone Wild DevLearn 2009 was absolutely wonderful if you’re into incorporating social media into e-learning. Or should I say “using social media for learning,” without the “e.” Unfortunately for me, I’m not really interested in using social media for learning. I mean, I learn …
In my last post, I explained my frustration with web hosting services and how this frustration led me to purchase my own server. In this post, I will briefly touch on some of the ups and downs I’ve experienced with the Mac Mini Server and its Snow Leopard Server software.
Bye-bye Media Temple. You are not the hotness you think you are.