The Apple developer sites for both “Web Apps” and “Safari” are not responding at all. Ken’s Paranoid Prediction: Apple’s pulling back on the stunningly cool and advanced CSS functionality (transforms and animations) now available in Safari Mobile and iPhone native WebView in favor of the same functionality in native iPhone programming. WWDC09 is coming up [...]
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In the midst of bringing the first public revision of flyGarmin to a close at work, a friend emailed me and asked if I could whip up an “instant web site” as his new startup company was about to get national attention. I had a week. So I worked a normal busy day every day [...]
The traffic was just burying my server. Heh heh. No, I just realized that the podcasting plugin I was using was tagging everything on the site as though it was a podcast. But really, I didn’t even really record Intermediate Greek since it just wasn’t a lecture-style class. Most of what would have been recorded [...]
And a whole lot more. :) [http://www.redeemerbaptist.org](http://www.redeemerbaptist.org) I’ve finally switched on a group of changes I’ve been thinking about and working on for a long time. We had a site up, but it was basically straight WordPress, which just didn’t work well for what we were looking for. Well, it’s still WordPress, but with a [...]
[cd]: http://www.librarything.com/work-info.php?book=15044595 Inspired by the very cool work at [memorizable.com](http://memorizable.com/), I’ve started to put together a vocabulary tool using their freely available, incredibly portable code. It’s just started, and I’m trying to find a source for the vocabulary words in order of frequency of occurrence, but at least you can give it a little run [...]
Imagine a fresh install of MySQL, (entropy.ch) PHP, and phpMyAdmin which didn’t work. MySQL is running in Terminal just fine. PHP is cranking along nicely. But phpMyAdmin steadfastly refused to run: > Probably reason of this is that you did not create configuration file. You might want to use setup script to create one. > [...]
I thought I killed it. Long ago. But as I was doing a [vanity search](http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&client=safari&rls=en&q=%22kpmartin.com%22), I found a [live copy of my old site](http://kpm.nwcomputer.com/Christian/M-Cheyne.lasso) running. Hmph. Dawn of the Website. thud… thud… thud… THUD… THUD… GRRRRRRRR!
: http://oneredpaperclip.blogspot.com/ He started with one red paperclip, and [traded up to a house]. Great story.
: http://www.business-opportunities.biz/projects/how-much-is-your-blog-worth/ According to [this] it’s worth $1,693.62. Isn’t that funny. I remember checking about three months ago and it was worth $0.00. So at this rate, I’ll be worth millions soon. It must be the rapier wit, piercing political insights, deep philosophical challenges, and world-moving technology assessments. Or a broken algorithm.
: http://www.flickr.com/ : http://del.icio.us/ : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tags : http://books.aetherial.net/wordpress/ : http://www.librarything.com/catalog.php?view=kpmartin&shelf=shelf&sort=ratingREV : http://www.librarything.com/ I know my readers include both those who will yawn at this as old news, and those who’ve never heard of such a thing, but in the spirit of [flickr.com], [del.icio.us] and similar “social” web offerings, I went ahead and started to set [...]