The US Government’s Research–Based Web Design & Usability Guidelines should be a good supplement to yesterday’s post on Patterns for Personal Web Sites.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin of theâ€“siteâ€“calledâ€“google now have their own weblog. It actually is several months old, but with posts only every few weeks. Fun, straightforward thoughts from the creators of the webâ€™s most famous search engine. They donâ€™t have permalinks yet, so just check out the post for February 15, 2003.
Patterns for Personal Web Sites is a useful resource that would greatly benefit this site as well as countless other personal sites that fail to adhere to some simple guidelines for increased usability. Some site changes: the weblog archives is now available as a separate page, and I managed to squeeze in some hacks to […]
Piotr Kowalik’s photos have a very interesting style.
This is cereal is another exceptional design at the CSS Zen Garden, a site I have mentioned before and continues to provide web designers worldwide a regular source of CSS–based inspirations. (via Binary Bonsai)
In a great show of boxing power, fellow Filipino Manny Pacquiao defeated Mexico’s Marco Antonio Barrera in the 11th round of their non–title featherweight bout at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Filipino southpaw dominated his opponent in what was supposed to be an interesting fight in Barrera’s favor, with odds–makers pegging the Mexican […]
A few weeks ago, my brother and I saw some cool miniature formula racers at McDonald’s. We got two Happy Meals right away, and took photos of the little cars a few days later.
Emese Gaal takes some refreshing basketball photos and lets us see it differently. More of the same set at her gallery.
sidesh0w notes someone’s discovery on how to run IE 5, 5.5 and 6 side–by–side on Windows XP. And this is without the cumbersome use of multiple partitions and operating systems. Not even VMWare. This is a godsend for web designers around the world. To keep things simple, skyzyx.com zips the necessary files and shares them […]
A possible explanation why The Matrix Revolutions turned out to be the biggest disappointment in recent memory. But throw away your worries, the good guys will save the day.
Or something to that effect. My band was supposed to have a jam for a gig tonight but had to wait for our bassist, so we decided to catch the very first screening of The Matrix Revolutions. We barely made it to the 10pm screening, and we had to sit by the aisle/stairs because all […]
1976 design does some yard resurfacing and comes up with this nice photo–montage.
Nuts & Bolts is another old set of pictures, now available on this site. More sets/albums at the my photos section.