Continuation of last week’s “Playing with Aperture” series + a mystery bird (later identified as a Turkey Vulture).
Archive for March, 2011
From Scientific American: The Web as we know it, however, is being threatened in different ways. Some of its most successful inhabitants have begun to chip away at its principles. Large social-networking sites are walling off information posted by their users from the rest of the Web. Wireless Internet providers are being tempted to slow […]
I’ve got a few Facebook Applications I’ve played around with developing that are not actually for use (read: they do nothing). I’ve noticed over the past few days their canvas URL’s are seeing traffic in the form of 1 hit approximately every 24 hours. Previously they saw no traffic at all. At first I thought […]
I’ve mentioned the pending IPv4 shortage before. The latest news is Nortel Networks IPv4 block being sold: Nortel Networks Corp. is doing its bit to alleviate the Internet space crunch, selling 666,624 IP addresses to Microsoft Corp. for $7.5 million. So cost per IP address is: $7.5 M / 666,624 = $11.25 $7.5 M sounds […]
Firefox 4 is out! If you for some reason don’t know why you want it here’s a few things you’ll love about Firefox 4.0. Congrats to everyone involved in shipping.
Another week, another set. I kinda like the way the “Alwyn Court Building” came out. “Looking Down 7th Ave” was a reject from earlier, but I dug it up after having nothing for that day. Now after fixing it up a little bit, I actually like it. I’ll be making some tweaks to how galleries […]
It’s that time again. Here’s my list of awesome things you’ll love about Firefox 4: For Users New Look For Tabs One of the first things that you’ll notice is tabs on top. This paradigm really makes more sense since the tab defines not just the content but the environment it’s viewed (prev/next button, URL […]
There is a blog dedicated to guys who act like jerks towards female gamers. Never quite understood what that was about. For what it’s worth women play way more games than the stereotypes suggest. They are also a growing demographic by many accounts. It’s amusing to read, but sad at the same time.
About a year ago I asked where the async Google AdSense was. It finally arrived, and you need to do nothing to gain the performance. Awesome!
Another week, another gallery.