If you had a chance to actually sit down with the founders of Twitter, face to face, what questions would you ask? Would you be inquiring about the future of Twitter, where it might be in the future or other related questions? Perhaps instead, …continue reading
As I have stated previously, the DiggBar is seeing mixed reviews, most of which appear to be highly negative. While it certainly is nothing that mounts to privacy or malware concerns, the DiggBar is by and large, outlandishly foolish.
The biggest problem is many …continue reading
To point out that Ebay has done absolutely NOTHING worthwhile with Skype appears to the going theme with most people when you ask them. Speaking for myself, I cannot really point to anything negative or positive that Ebay has done with Skype either.
Despite …continue reading
Worried about how the hierarchy of your website is put together? Hoping it makes sense? With the exception of it looking clean and navigable, don’t sweat it. Yes, that is right, according to this article much of what we consider important about web site layout …continue reading
Seems like only yesterday Firefox first rolled out version 1.0. Ever since then, performance has in my opinion, taken a significant hit on both the OS X and Linux platforms, while remaining largely intact for Windows users. To point out how frustrating this has …continue reading
Google is king of search engines, no matter how many human powered alternatives might rear their heads in defiance. This is not to say that some of them cannot carve out some significant niches for themselves, but overall, only those who are able to find …continue reading
Google Street View, a Google Maps feature that lets users see images of streets and the surrounding areas, continues to generate controversy. Since its launch in May 2007, the feature has prompted questions about whether it constitutes an invasion of privacy, complaints about inappropriate images, …continue reading
SitePoint recently announced the release of Sexy Web Design, an easy-to-follow guide that teaches the secrets to building breathtaking Web interfaces from scratch.
The book’s author, Elliot Jay Stocks, an independent designer whose client list includes Blue Flavor, The Beatles, EMI Records, and …continue reading
Many companies make the mistake of spending money in areas where it’s not necessary. Take, for example, companies pumping marketing dollars into increasing traffic on the Web site. It’s great to get more traffic, but that is just the first step. Now you need that …continue reading