Digging Twistori, a free-flow Twitter monitor (via Aimée Doiron)
CSS Reflections in Safari →
The Safari team is really way ahead of the pack in adding new and potentially useful features to CSS, but I have to say, this one seems a little gratuitous.
VMWare Fusion continually impresses me. Today I “installed” Ubuntu Linux by downloading a pre-built virtual machine and then opening it in Fusion. And it just worked. It makes running another operating system really seem like no big deal, which is an amazing feat.
Customer relationship management →
Candidate for the worst Wikipedia entry ever. Starts bad, gets worse, and reads like the worst kind of meaningless corporate babble that passes for a press release. Customer relationship management (CRM) is a multifaceted process, mediated by a set of information technologies, that focuses on creating two-way exchanges with customers so that firms have an intimate knowledge of their needs,...
Dragging files onto the Mail.app icon in the Dock... →
There’s a shortcut for sending a new email with an attachment to someone in OS X: drag the attachment onto Mail’s icon on the Dock. This causes Mail to open a new message with the attachment sitting inside. Lately, however, Mail freezes when I do this and I have to force quit. The culprit appears to be a recent update to WebKit and happens if you normally send plain text messages,...
The Google Analytics code which tracks page visits is larger than than the code for the game. Impressive.
That pesky green border in Illustrator CS3 →
For the life of me, I could not figure out how to tell Illustrator to hide the green border that appears when you make a new document and use one of the web size defaults (e.g. 1024x768). Worse still, if you later change the document size, the border remains the original size. It turns out it’s part of the Crop Area Tool (shift-O in your souvenir program), and if you select that tool, you...
Dear bicycle thieves of the world: fuck you and your lousy, rotten, thieving ways.
Basking in the April liquid sun.
Basking in the April sun.