Robert Denton

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

Archive for March, 2005

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Coudal Partners

Monday, March 28th, 2005

Mustache March | gallery OK these guys are doing something funny, but, haven’t we seen this flash gallery style before?

FYI

Monday, March 28th, 2005

[css-d] Re: IFRAMES and Accessibility _

Note to Apple, or, the Trouble with QuickTime

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

Apple – QuickTime – Tools & Tips I have used QuickTime since the dawn of postage stamp media dropped jaws. Apple has steadily improved and expanded the container that is QuickTime. Apple has always ignored the fact that good documentation and tools fosters development. Well, seemingly… here we are in 2005 and they post a […]

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

What is Feedreader? | Feedreader – Free RSS / ATOM newsreader Add this to the RSS page. Also, don’t forget that RSS readers are for geeks and people who think they use RSS. IMO, long range, RSs will be for sharing information between sites and not to scrub many sites. Rather, design matters — even […]

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

SourceForge.net: Project Info – Scuttle Online social bookmarks manager. Allows multiple users to add, edit, tag and share their bookmarks through any browser connected to the Internet.

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

Six Apart – Professional Network – Power Tools geolocation, feeds, generator, and FOAF data.

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

anne galloway [purse lip square jaw] Kind of interesting if not far fetched research. Design for Hackability is apropos enough with various books on the topic out today. (that is, modding, or making your own *thing*)

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

Group20for20User20Interface20Research This is an interesting group whose work I’ve tried to use (Denim) and even though it’s not for me I find their public brainstorming and research fascinating.

fyi

Saturday, March 26th, 2005

Nuno’s Thoughts: That J2EE versus .NET thing Dear old Forrester Research has recently published some interesting survey results on J2EE and .NET uptake. Acording to Forrester (you need a guest account to download the article, or otherwise just use BugMeNot) financial institutions in Europe have been clearly (56%) preferring J2EE over .NET – with a […]