I came across this LJ weblog before through Jaemark, wala lang, baka gusto mong matawa.
I just had a look at my counter stats and saw some incoming links from yahoo and google result pages, using the query “markku.” I clicked on it and to my surprise, peyups.com/markku ranks third for both result pages! Woohoo! Now I should really get some useful content going on here.
Firebird, the next Mozilla browser, has just released version 0.6.1. It’s sibling Thunderbird, the standalone mail client, has also released milestone 0.1. More details at the Mozilla Foundation site.
Interesting thread over at Slashdot, well worth the read.
The browser company that was once at the top of its game has closed its doors. MozillaZine as well as CNET News gives us the details on AOL‘s move to shutdown Netscape for good.
Doug Bowman of Wired News fame shows us how to do a redesign using valid XHTML and CSS, without the use of tables for layout or any of those web design hacks of yesteryears. He provides us some ideas on the design process in his site.
Some of my photos from the concert last Friday, presented by peyups.com. Had a great time shooting just in front of the bands. Got myself a copy of Bridge’s CD, featuring the very addictive song Kahit Na, and also bought Cambio’s Excerpt E.P. directly from Buddy Zabala. Also met Marcus Adoro, who was supposed to […]
A redesign should solve whatever problems that existed in the first place. Not that there was much, the old INQ7.net site had too much information available that it proved to be a difficult case for visual organization. But their new design seems to overlook some very basic usability patterns that world wide web users have […]