To read this article in HTML 2.0, click here. To read it in HTML 4.0, click here. There is allot of talk at the moment about HTML 5 and far be it from me to jump on the blog post band wagon and post something about HTML 5. For instance, I did not post anything [...]
So I decided to add a mobile plug-in on this site so that the site is a little bit more readable on a mobile device. It says it looks nice on the iPhone and it does. I have no idea how it looks on any other device. Information would be appreciated!
Wow, it’s been a while since I wrote anything and my head is brimming with ideas on things to blog about. Now, I could come up with an army of excuses why I did not blog… such as, “I have moved house” or “I spent time today cleaning next doors cat’s vomit from my path”. [...]
Just in case you do not think it is complete, Jon Marks has published the “Incomplete Directory of Open Standards“. Awesome stuff…
Andreas has a nice tip on how to copy files to and from VMWare Server (as drag and drop does not work) Check it here…
Laurence Hart started another meme, how we all started in the CMS business and it seems to have got popular. I tweeted that I would do something, but my Friday went a bit wrong. Meetings in two different places in the country and allot of driving put pay to writing any posts. Since I started [...]
Recently I posted about SDL Tridion’s new release, 2009. Now I work for SDL Tridion, so I will not say much about it suffice to say it has lots of new features and a much more “suite feel” than previous releases. When I posted a screenshot and a link to the new release information I [...]
Ian Truscott has responded to evil genius Kas Thomas‘ ways of making us waste time by revealing damaging information about ourselves…
Kas Thomas has commented on the draft of CMIS. Indeed allot of what he says makes interesting reading. I am working round to reading up on this but I am behind on all my activities. More time in the day I say!