Robert Denton

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

Archive for February, 2005

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005

Color Palette Generator Interesting web app. I do the same thing manually — start with an image I like (i take a lot of images just for the color combo) and extract portions to create a palette. It works! I uploaded one of my old images… Apps: ColorDesigner Color Clucker ColorWrite 🙂 I […]

Wednesday, February 16th, 2005

iScroll2: Two-Finger-Scrolling with pre-2005 PowerBooks and iBooks

Wednesday, February 16th, 2005

Digital Web Magazine – Accessibility From The Ground Up I always like to read these articles… one seems to appear every quarter. The contributors at digital-web usually do a nice job and this article is an overview of major points to follow.

Tuesday, February 15th, 2005

Frequently Asked Questions What is a pheed? A pheed is a photo feed, or rather, an RSS document that has been extended to describe photos.

Friday, February 11th, 2005 Home is a collaborative event calendar, completely driven by people like you. Enter in the events you’re attending, comment on events entered by others, and syndicate event listings to your own weblog.

Friday, February 11th, 2005

Google Maps If you haven’t seen this yet, run, flail your wrist to the link above! It’s a mind blowing combo of (and i’m guessing here) xml feeds, javascript, and other voodoo thrown in for good measure (well, at least some .png files to do the transparent overlay shadow)

WordPress props

Friday, February 11th, 2005

Jenna Pfister — The Switch MovableType is the platform for Bowdoin’s needs but WordPress might still be my tool going forward. This is a decent roundup of some of the features of WP 1.5.

Ruby on Rails

Friday, February 11th, 2005

Ruby on Rails Rails is a full-stack, open-source web framework in Ruby for writing real-world applications with joy and less code than most frameworks spend doing XML sit-ups A few applications, big ones have made their way forward on this platform. Worth looking at IMO.

Friday, February 11th, 2005

Instiki The smallest or simplest wiki implementation… installs on your desktop and works with a double-click and visit to localhost:2500/

Privacy Policies

Friday, February 11th, 2005 > Company > Privacy Policy As they go, the A9 (Amazon search) privacy policy is amazingly straight forward and readable. In no uncertain terms should all web sites provide privacy polices that are clear and up-front with the information collected and how it will be used. Keeping it simple is easier than obfuscation.