The Times Keep Changing

I am officially dropping support for IE 7 unless my clients specifically ask for it. Usage of IE 7 has dropped below 1% worldwide. Though far better than my nemesis of days gone by, IE 6, it still has many issues particularly with the kinds of things we can now do with CSS3, HTML5 and…

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Hey Techies, the iPad is Not for You

I’ve heard some talk, some rumblings in the techie community, a bit of condescension thrown about like guests throwing confetti at a wedding:  The iPad can’t do this. The iPad can’t do that. If you are one of those people who enjoy running the command line, wearing t-shirts that promote the merits of binary code…

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Some Simple Programming Rules

I’ve been web programming for about 4 years now. Primarily I’m a PHP programmer (self-taught) with some Javasript thrown in here and there and Actionscript only when I absolutely have to. Programming is a strange animal. I tell my wife often that I really love my job, because I do, but to listen to me…

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Parting is Such Sweet Relief

Bye IE 6 — may we never meet again Remember the boyfriend or girlfriend that you had who became more of burden to spend time with than a pleasure? Maybe it happened subtly, maybe you realized it in a fit of clarity staring out at the stars or into a bowl of cereal, but finally…

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WordPress Rocks!

I’ve been installing WordPress on a number of sites in the last couple of months. I am so impressed with how WordPress is set up. The admin area is very intuitive. Themes are very easy to set up, install and create. I’ve also found it very easy to take the existing design of a site…

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