Something I found myself thinking about after watching Green Lantern at the same theater that’s running a set of special screenings of the Lord of the Rings Extended Edition this month.
Apparently all my efforts to provide a clean look for my websites on small screens has been wasted on Android 2.2, because the browser insists on reporting a fake window size. It’s just like a couple of years ago, when I tried to provide handheld stylesheets but the iPhone refused to load them. I am trying to help your users! Why do you insist on making that difficult?
Why do so many websites redirect to index.cfm, index.asp, etc. instead of just changing the default in the site config so that http://www.example.com loads that page? I mean, it’s not terribly difficult, plus it makes your site easier to remember and – most importantly – it won’t break people’s bookmarks and links if you change the tech you’re using (from ColdFusion to ASP, or from ASP.Net to PHP, etc.)
An interesting look back at the 15-year evolution of the Internet Explorer logo: Evolving the blue “e”
Um…what? (The actual stories seem to be dealing with real-world stuff like the Twilight *ahem* DieLite craze and zombie crawls, but still…)
Well, it was linked to my Twitter account, but it seems not to be pulling anything…and I can’t find the Buzz settings for linked accounts anymore.
OK, the connected sites link is back, but it keeps changing its mind about whether I’ve got 5 or 6. ???
Funny how all the buzz I see on this map is about Buzz