Long-Awaited Zeldman Article

Jeffrey Zeldman has posted a long-awaited article on the problem of ‘maybe’ options on forms. So long awaited indeed that many of the comments are dated over 37 years ago.

Keen on Web 2.0

The Observer has an interesting article about Andrew Keen’s new book The Cult of the Amateur: How Today’s Internet is Killing Our Culture and Assaulting Our Economy. Although the book isn’t released until early June, according to the Observer article the basic premise is that: bloggers and other evangelists for the web [are] destroying culture, […]

BoJo on MySpace

The BBC on Politicians with MySpace pages: In the UK, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell has registered on MySpace — and has an unofficial fan club page, “Proud to be a Minger”, with 161 members. Meanwhile, the Boris Johnson Appreciation Society, which recognises the shadow higher education minister as “the vital free agent of […]

THIS IS TRUE

PLEASE DON’T READ THIS. In 1876, a young girl named Jenn was walking down a river, an insane man killed her by stabbing her in the back, raping her, and then hanging her in his closet. Then a she just dissapeared no one ever found her untill 2000 when a yoing girl called Mary found […]

Hurrah! A Blog for Toby!

At last, my new CMS is at a stage when I’m able to actually start publishing with it. Now that I have an easy-ish tool to publish with, you can expect that this website will be updated more frequently and with more and better content. Updating this website in the past has been a major […]