Wednesday, March 05, 2003
what's hot what's not
Working on the homestead after last months disaster.
First you apply drywall
The you apply tape. In this case we are using a mesh tape for all the flat areas. This allows to bridge the raw edges of the old drywall where we don't have a picture perfect edge.
The you apply mud/taping compound. We are using traditional paper tape for the inside corners. (In my case I am using 20 minute speed set. Do not try this at home unless you really know your way around taping tools)
You have to work extremely fast as it starts setting up and becomes unworkable in 10 minutes. But it does allow you to get multiple coats on in the same day.
Desktop World Domination
Andrew Grygus is not a journalist or a blogger. He runs a computer and network company in California for small businesses since 1984. He has put together a thorough and chilling look at Microsoft's strategy that is worth every moment spent reading.
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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