Archive for March, 2009

The Crisis Of Credit

I meant to post this over a week ago but just left the bookmark on my desktop. Here’s a great visualization of the current credit crisis. Simplifying something and having it still make coherent sense and still stay true to the real story is nothing short of an art. This one is a real work […]

Is IE8 Trident’s Last Stand?

Randall C. Kennedy at InfoWorld wrote: IE8 is the last version of the Internet Explorer Web browser. At least, that’s what I’m hearing through the grapevine. It seems that Microsoft is preparing to throw in the towel on its Internet Explorer engine once and for all. There were rumors earlier this year that the IE […]

Reasons To Use Internet Explorer

They forgot about “target of profanities while testing my web code”, though that might require a second pie. Firefox got a 2nd mention on “The Cheezburger Network”, though I couldn’t bare to back to back posts. Next few blog posts need some substance I think. [Via GraphJam]

iPhone Prototype Hits eBay

There’s are 2 prototype iPhone’s on eBay. Apparently two models from late (49’th and 50’th week) 2006. It looks like the primary change from the two batches was trying a plastic and glass screen. I suspect at this point most of the internals were pretty close to final though they may have swapped vendors for […]

The History Of The Internet

This is an awesome animated documentary of the creation of the Internet. Way back in 1999 I did a paper on the same topic. Back then information on the creation of the Internet was not as plentiful as it is now. ISOC has a nice page and of course there is Wikipedia. I had to […]