One of my biggest beefs with working with HTML and CSS was that the separation of content and style had not gone far enough. One still had to consider the structure of the document in terms of element ordering. For instance, when writing a white-paper one would have to decide whether to place the table … Read more
Archive for the ‘internet’ Category
The Globe And Mail has redesigned its site. I dislike it, mostly because it makes me feel as if I am viewing the site while squashed into a tiny box. A fixed width for content is never cool. The site redesign frustrates the whole online news experience, which is not to say that … Read more
Electronic Frontier Canada has returned after a two-year hiatus. EFC’s purpose is to ensure that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms remain protected as new computing, communications, and information technologies are introduced into Canadian society.
Jeffrey Shallit, EFC vice-president, cites … Read more
Photojunkie: Send a kid to camp. If you live in Toronto, New York City or are going to SXSW in Austin, and want some quality shots of yourself, look no … Read more
Dive Into Mark: New news aggregator for Windows. Following Mark’s lead, I started using Syndirella for my news feeds. I was using AmphetaDesk before, which was OK once I installed the outliner plugin but it still wasn’t up to scratch.
Among other things, AmphetaDesk lacked a liberal … Read more