Who knew? Fight club style soap (minus the midnight run) and dog training. This will be a hoot.
Archive for July, 2010
The scenario: You set up a new website and are excited for the client to kick the tires. You check logs regularly, and see someone from the correct town hitting the site. But, it looks like they aren’t really sure what’s going on, and then send something that resembles someone fishing for an old exploit. [...]
I need to get some quick wireframes out the door. I was going to do them in Omnigraffle, but as someone I know and respect said, it kinda gets in the way. I’ll have to see if that holds true for Justinmind. They could certainly do with a faster server, 23 minutes for a 63M [...]
Tags: contracting, Freelancer
I registered over there today and looked through the listings. Here are a couple of things that I think would be good ideas: Add captcha to try and stop all the scripted autobids from Bulgaria. How in the world can anyone posting a project take any of the bids seriously with that going on? Much [...]
… I was fooled. It looked like Windows might be the path of least resistance for a project. And, once again, burned. There’s three hours of my life I’ll never get back. Hello again, Ubuntu.
I read a post over at Smiley Cat about a Java script physics engine that is located on Sourceforge. I’m going to use it for the splash page at http://sparkyguzman.com. A couple of good examples of what is possible with it are: http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/ball_pool/ http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/google_gravity/ The Google search is pretty awesome. I’m getting tired of CMS and blog platforms, [...]