posted: 2008-01-10 22:45:38
I'm just testing the theory put out by F-Secure today about some of the trickery spammers are resorting to these days.
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HackerMojo.com is using a fluid layout based upon work by Dave Reeder. I'm trying to take CSS a little more seriously; but I'm having a hard time because of all of the bad syntax, browser compatibility hacks, and non-fluid layouts. If any of the other technology I used were like CSS, I'd have to set myself on fire and jump off of a cliff.
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posted: 2007-11-30 03:34:35
So this is the third night this week I can't get to bed before 4 AM. Out of bordeom I started googling classmates from elementary school and high school. Interesting fact of the night -- I went to high school with Yahoo's programming lead for search marketing. Small world.
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posted: 2007-11-29 00:37:07
I've seen quite a few references in the mmm...brains... link stream this past week to the new New York Times building. It's impressive. It has it's own website for chist's sake, and this video gives you a feel for what it's like to work ...
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posted: 2007-09-08 17:19:19
More tweaks on the two column layout. In addition to using multiple columns to pull the comments up alongside the original posting, I can use the second column for a single prominent ad and a few navigational tools. This gives the ad a persistent spot on the page in a ...
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posted: 2007-09-08 15:56:41
When did our government decide that it wants civilians to gamble? The tax code has always been a source of uncertainty that has encouraged a certain segment of the population to take risks with their interpretation or adherence to the letter of the law, but in the last few decades ...
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posted: 2007-09-03 16:09:23
I received a note recently from the guys who do most of my dns hosting -- DNSArt. After 7 years of providing DNS services, they've decided to call it quits. I've done business with them since before they got into the DNS business -- they're an entrepeneurial sort, and have ...
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posted: 2007-08-31 15:18:22
Let's connect some dots: The AP's wire services have become almost irrelevant to local newspapers. U.S. Newspapers are lining up in droves as part of a consortium to partner with Yahoo for distribution and other support. The AP partners with Google to house the articles and photos that normally linked ...
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