Tag: Vox archive

PicLens – King of Firefox extensions?

Well, it might not be king, based on how much usage I get from it, but PicLens is definitely a beauty to play around with, and it’s functional too. I’ve written a full write-up on my business blog, so I won’t repeat it verbatim here, but if you’re interested in my ramblings, check out: http://www.pixelapes.com/2008/03/11/pic-lens-best-browser-extension/ […]

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Word Press 2.5 not ready yet

Whilst it feels a little strange blogging about Word Press on one of Six Apart's blogging tools (especially given Anil Dash's reasonably nasty competitive post about Word Press), I don't feel disinclined to mention it. I love Word Press. I've been using it heavily for all manner of projects over the past few years for […]

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In Other Words – a poem by Charles Bukowski

I came across this poem I haven't read in years and found myself loving it once again. Figured I'd post it up here for the sake of nothing but spreading it around some.. in other words by charles bukowski the Egyptians loved the cat were entomed with it instead of with the women and never […]

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Jaiku – an alternative to Twitter

I've just joined Jaiku after getting an invite from Cormac Moylan – thanks Cormac. Jaiku is similar to Twitter apparently, though I've avoided Twitter thus far. I guess the attraction of things like Twitter and Jaiku is something to do with the very transient nature of adding content. You drop a quick note in as […]

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Mmm, hit me with your hot spammy goodness

SpamInACan I know there are whole web sites somewhere out there dedicated to the accidental poetry of spam, but I just saw this come through on my web design company website as a comment and thought I had to share it cause it made me laugh. Most of it is irrelevant nonsense, but I loved […]

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Back from Amsterdam

The Magere Brug I got back from holidays in Amsterdam on Monday night. Attempting to blog from there using my phone really wasn't enticing enough compared to the sights, sounds and tastes of that lovely city, so I didn't bother. Myself and Gaia had a really nice time, very relaxing and full of excellent food. […]

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Amsterdam

I'm in amsterdam at the moment. This is day 2 and so far i've had a lovely time. i was a lucky guy to get this trip away as a birthday present from my girlfriend, and we've had a lovely time so far. Last night we went to the Garlic Queen restaurant which was amazing. […]

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Grey Day and Lights

This morning is so grey and dull that I've had to turn on the lights in the office. Oh sunlight, where have you been? Here's a random image of blue sky with a smattering of clouds to cheer me up – taken from the great desktop wallpaper resource that is Mandolux Temecula from Mandolux Read […]

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Gmail Standards make people grimace

Email Standards Project logo If you've ever tried creating an email newsletter using attractive HTML then you may have encountered a few problems. A lot of the mail clients and web mail providers have their own special ways of interpreting HTML in emails and one of the worst offenders is Gmail. As a result of […]

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