Freelancing Gods 2015

25 Feb 2005

Link: Stu Nicholls | The CSS Playground | Cutting Edge CSS

Neat compilation of samples for various CSS design tricks

16 Feb 2005

Link: Hula Server - Hula

Looks pretty slick - I wonder how many features they've implemented...

16 Feb 2005

Link: 43 Folders: Five fast email productivity tips

Nice summary of rules of thumb for managing email

08 Feb 2005

Link: all in the - Designing URIs

Worthwhile notes on URI structure

01 Feb 2005

Link: JavaScript Triggers: A List Apart

Worth linking for the bit of code to manage required fields in a form

25 Jan 2005

Link: Introducing JSON

An outline of a server side communication protocol via Javascript (eliminating page reloads)

20 Jan 2005

Link: Redundancy vs. Dependency

Discussion about how css can either be coded for redundancy or dependancy

20 Jan 2005

Link: Safe E-Mailing for Dummies

Looks to be a promising mail security method, will be interesting to see if it works with

19 Jan 2005

Link: Guidelines for Accessible and Usable Web Sites: Observing Users Who Work With Screen Readers

Detailed overview of accessibility issues for web sites

13 Jan 2005

Link: Label PDF Links

A reminder to label links to PDFs, including some nice icons to use

11 Jan 2005

Link: Cross-Column Pull-Out Part Two: Custom Silhouettes: A List Apart

More css for items across columns - this time allowing for shapes that aren't squares

11 Jan 2005

Link: Cross-Column Pull-Outs: A List Apart

Some css to allow placement of items crossing multiple columns

06 Jan 2005

Link: Big news... Six Apart and LiveJournal!

LiveJournal bought by SixApart - will be interesting to see how much of an effect this will have on blogging

22 Dec 2004

Link: You want Styles with That?

Interesting musings on the impact and reliance on styling online

16 Dec 2004

Link: Simplified CSS Tabs Trick

Neat way of formatting tabs on a web page using CSS

10 Dec 2004

Link: PHP/SWF Charts

Very neat PHP/Flash combination to produce snazzy charts

29 Nov 2004

Link: Wikinews Demo

From the creators of Wikipedia, this may become an interesting site

08 Nov 2004

Link: The Rise of Open-Source Politics

Interesting overview of the influence of the internet on politics

02 Nov 2004

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