Friday, July 11, 2003
what's hot what's not
''Thank you all. Please be seated, unless you don't have a chair.''
Well the good news is that there no mistaking what he said.
A new position paper on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Web has been posted.
This is a must read for every practicing pixel mechanic.
Mark Pilgrim demonstrates more fun with RSS. Winer Watcher is devoted to the writing, re-writing, editing, deletions and progress of Dave Winer's public brain.
Traditional Copyrights and the web are incompatable. If it renders in my browser or your browser, we already have a copy of it on our computers. This is a temporary copy saved in your broswer cache. If we want to keep it for a long time, IE and Mozilla users can click File > Save As.
An article at CNet News discusses how the web is causing a rethinking of copyright.
"Many of us copyright lawyers have been waiting for this issue to come up: Google is making copies of all the Web sites they index and they're not asking permission," said Fred von Lohman, an attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. "From a strict copyright standpoint, it violates copyright."
I don't ask permission either. If you really want to control it, keep it off the web.
Hiding Content [Posted] 12/11/02
One of the re-occurring themes that appear on design lists is 'hiding content', or making one's code invisible. Most of the solutions just don't work. The internet is not about hiding stuff. But in the interest of fairness I can offer a proven method of hiding content.
p i x e l v i e w
Mitch Ratcliffe is definitely an other. The 21st century holds the promise of rich multimedia across the web. Mitch was blazing this trail in the 20th century. From code to finance.
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