Browsing around on Flickr, I came upon a pretty funny screen shot of a Google search ‘verlee’.
Rather than shun those who don’t seem like their “getting it,” take the time to re-educate them.
~ Brian Veloso over on Avalonstar.
Reading 37 Signals, I came across a recent article about how more isn’t always a competitive advantage. The article begins as follows:
Oh my! Veerle’s just posted photo’s of Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía (the new opera house in Valencia) and I have to say it’s the most beautiful building I’ve seen.
Since the September that never ended (the point where the unwashed masses – us – got on the internet), the web has been rife with buzzwords. New buzzwords came and old buzzwords went, or worse, kept on lingering waiting to be revived (I’m looking at you Web 1.964beta). Amongst all this madness some people, trying to put some substance into the buzz, have tried to redefine them.
Yep, a new journal, new design, launched on the 1st of November together with all the other peeps who’re also currently rebooting.
In Joen’s daily work, he needs to centre a div horizontally. Usually this is easy. It gets a little trickier when using absolute positioned elements.
Ever wanted to include lots of files in your stats but the CMS doesn’t play nice with PHP in your templates? Do you cry with agony when you think of the prospect of adding the same line over and over and over again to your static site?
Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!