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About this blog…
I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
What might you find here?
- Problems I've solved (mostly computer- or network related).
- Recipes and cooking-related posts.
- Hobbies and projects.
- Our remodeling experience.
- Local (Sacramento) information.
- Anything that strikes my fancy.
Tag Archives: web
I was just looking over a pretty typical Terms of Service page, when I came across this more-or-less standard clause: 13. Modifications We reserve the right at any time or times to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, all or … Continue reading
What is RSS? What is a feedreader? Why should you care about these?Continue reading
I installed the Web Developer extension in my web browser this evening. If you do any web development work, or even just browse the web, you really need to check out this tool’s features. It works with Firefox, Flock, and … Continue reading
ArdenParkTrees.org’s web site using Milonic browser detection. I’d prefer they made the site viewable by any browser.Continue reading
A web page generated by University Enterprises (formerly the CSUS Foundation) is only viewable by unimpaired users of IE and possibly Netscape.Continue reading
The last time I was validating my blog’s XHTML, the “tip of the day” from W3C had some great suggestions (as usual). It inspired me to write this post. Minimum SOP’s for web authors/bloggers should include: Validate your pages. Use … Continue reading
I stopped by Joseph’s blog a few days ago and read the article about Vint Cerf moving to Google. This got me thinking about an earlier Google-related post about sitemaps on Joseph’s blog, where he wondered about a WordPress plugin … Continue reading
I stumbled across this post from almost exactly one year ago. Joseph, I salute your effort, and the fact that you made this work is very cool, but I think this approach (relatively low-level network programming) may be the wrong … Continue reading