Ever since the release of Firefox 3.0 I’ve had an outpouring of appreciative and supporting (not to mention help related) emails. I’d like to say thanks to all the faithful users and I apologize for the lack of releases recently (especially on the Thunderbird side). Furthermore, I’ve received recognition from the internet community: editors have […]
The plethora of calendars I have to manage was getting to be quite the mess. Trying to schedule events was a danting task requiring lookup in multiple places. I use Thunderbird (with the Lightning extension) when I’m at home most of the time. When I’m at work we’re required to use the standard Microsoft Outlook. […]
If this is your first time here, you’re probably thinking to yourself: “Wow, this site sucks. It’s so plain.” Well for your information, I’m promoting web standards by participating in CSS Naked Day on April 9th, 2008 and showing off my <body>. Have a look around and enjoy your time here.
Basil has already done an exceptional job of outlining most of the new updates in AMO 3.2 but I thought I’d touch on a few of my favorites. Rehauled the color scheme and layout The new “Eco” visual identity is very easy on the eyes and the ‘findability’ on the site has greatly improved. Cleared […]
The good people over at Jalopnik have posted a “family tree” for automobile company ownership. Now you can understand why so many cars look alike these days.