Robert Denton

Staggering work of genius from Portland, Maine – Photographer, Designer, Taco Maker, Birder, Biker, Business Owner

Archive for June, 2004

Our Documents – Executive Order 9981: Desegregation of the Armed Forces (1948)

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

Our Documents – Executive Order 9981: Desegregation of the Armed Forces (1948) Very nice use of flash. Site to note!

Gimp.app

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

Gimp.app

MacDevCenter.com: BBEdit: Its Unix Support Doesn't Suck Either, Part 1 [Apr. 27, 2004]

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

MacDevCenter.com: BBEdit: Its Unix Support Doesn’t Suck Either, Part 1 [Apr. 27, 2004]

3-col

Monday, June 7th, 2004

3-col

:: phpPatterns() – WACT 0.1 alpha hits the streets: A Component Model for PHP

Friday, June 4th, 2004

:: phpPatterns() – WACT 0.1 alpha hits the streets: A Component Model for PHP Interesting framework for PHP. I’m sure there are dozens (even I know of a few) to eval — so why not just go with .Net?! 😉

Window.print – Mac browsers

Thursday, June 3rd, 2004

Back in 2003 I lamented the fact that Safari did not support window.print — no clue why it was left out early on. It has worked for some time now, and it is supported in Gecko based browsers. Natch, IE5 on the mac will never support window.print… no worries, it’s a dead browser. It was […]

macosxhints – Disable the touch switches on Apple LCD monitors

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2004

macosxhints – Disable the touch switches on Apple LCD monitors Hold down Shift and Command and then click on the Displays preference panel. Quit System Preferences, then hold down Shift and Command and touch the Brightness switch on the front of the monitor. Gotta love hidden features.

macosxhints – 10.3: A fix for local drives not mounting until user login

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2004

macosxhints – 10.3: A fix for local drives not mounting until user login

Ray-Bans

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2004

Ray-Ban official website The worst flash implementation ever? No, it’s not horrible but it’s annoying and slow, so I guess it is horrible. At the end of the day html would have been better, faster, more accessible, as feature rich, and easier to use. As it stands navigating the Optical Collection is done by scrolling […]

Start-up shrinks PC to palm size | CNET News.com

Tuesday, June 1st, 2004

Start-up shrinks PC to palm size | CNET News.com I want this in a bad way… Easy to read with, light to carry, plenty of muscle for web/email/cmd line coding or probably even a simple text editor which is all I will probably use on WinXP. Wonder if it runs Linux!!?