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A List apart: multi column layouts that work the way we want them to

Multi-Column Layouts Climb Out of the Box:A List Apart: Articles: Multi-Column Layouts Climb Out of the Box This is a fantastic write up with examples of coding multi columned, elastic layouts that have the same height. Very nice, clean markup and some very good looking examples. This is a keeper in the post table based layout that we've mercifully arrived in.


Web Hosting Blues

So I host about a dozen websites, all low traffic, all for family and friends. I eat the monthly cost of a reseller account for everyone and it doesn't bother me because it's not too expensive or anything. I had been hosting with rootmode but got an email a while back saying they were closing down and I needed to move everything and right quick. Woops. Wasn't too psyched about that, because you know I have other things going on in my life that makes moving a dozen sites complicated. There's more info after the jump if you want it.


Smashing Magazines Best of January

Web-Sites of the Month: The Best of January 2007 | Smashing MagazineFound this post via a digg submission last night and just following up with it now. There are a ton of fantastic links here for those in the making stuff for the web world. Very nice indeed.


Online Gambling Crackdown Pushes Super Bowl Bettors... Online

Not that this is a surprise or anything, but here's tech dirts take on a few linked articles examining the "crackdown" on internet gambling. Curiously, albeit not surprisingly, people are still gambling online, they're just doing so with their now tech savvy neighborhood bookie.read more


And What Market Failure Required The DMCA?

And What Market Failure Required The DMCA? - Of all the bizarre rationales given for the DMCA, we may have a new winner for the most ridiculous. Read More at [TechDirt]


10 Tips That Every PHP Newbie Should Know

10 things you (probably) didn’t know about PHP A few obvious items in this list, but a number of gems too. Even PHP experts should take a quick look—there ...


Apple moves swiftly to knock kinks from Mac OS X 10.4.9

Apple moves swiftly to knock kinks from Mac OS X 10.4.9 - Apple has picked up the pace in which it is distributing to developers test builds of a forthcoming update to its Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger operating system, sometimes a telltale sign an official release is near. [Digg]


Online at the new Server!

Well the server move is (more or less) complete.
I've moved to a new CMS for fun, and the wordpress blog is mostly gone now. There is a semi functional version online at /tmp, but I don't expect to use it or work on it.

The gallery is moved over, most of the content from the old site is moved over, and I'm calling it good.
I still need to tweak a bunch of things, but obviously the doors are now open.


Coding in Notepad does not make you clever.

This is a great entry from Edd Mills’s Blog

Coding in Notepad does not make you clever.

It really took me back to my early early days doing web dev and thinking just like the guys he's describing. Today I can't imagine thinking I was smarter than anyone for using a less useful tool to do the same job.
Bravo to Edd for saying something that really really needs to be said.


The Ready, Fire, Aim Approach To Laptops In Schools

Techdirt: The Ready, Fire, Aim Approach To Laptops In Schools

Short discussion on the idea of putting laptops in many schools and the shortcomings.
Personally I used a laptop in college with great success. I took notes in classes, and had my papers with me so I could work on assignments anywhere. What I find most interesting with stories like this is not the actual story (which frankly seems obvious) but rather the comments left.


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